Paloma Gil-Olarte Márquez

Paloma Gil-Olarte Márquez
Universidad de Cádiz | UCA · Department of Psychology

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Purpose: This study aimed to explore the role of emotion regulation and subjective cognitive impairment (SCI) in the work ability of breast cancer (BC) survivors. Methods: A total of 623 women, divided into two groups, BC survivors (N=43) and healthy controls (N=580), completed our online survey that included the Work Ability Index, the Trait-Meta-...
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Objective: This study aimed to explore (1) the levels of quality of life (psychosocial, physical and sexual well-being) and breast satisfaction in breast cancer patients (BCP) after immediate reconstruction (IR), considering surgery reason and surgical technique, and (2) the explanatory and predictive capacity of psychosocial well-being on breast...
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Psycho-oncology research suggests that positive personal changes can occur after experiencing breast cancer. These changes can be understood as post-traumatic growth (PTG) and seem to be determined by emotional self-efficacy perception. This study aims to investigate the existence of different profiles of PTG and perceived emotional intelligence (P...
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Breast cancer is the malignancy with the highest incidence in women worldwide. The empirical evidence is inconsistent with the prevalence of depression among breast cancer survivors (BCS), pointing to emotional competencies as protective factors against affective disorders. However, the mechanisms through which these competencies favor a more adapt...
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Breast Cancer (BC) is the most common neoplasm in women worldwide, considered a global public health problem. Among BC women, some of the most common psychological symptoms in the adaptation to the disease are reduction in self-esteem and distorted body image (BI). Although there are numerous studies with the goal of promoting different psychologic...
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Nowadays, students are experiencing difficult and stressful situations due to the Global Pandemic Alert. This changing world can evoke negative emotions that have been traditionally linked to higher anxiety. Researches have been focused on the positive outcomes of trait emotional intelligence (TEI) preventing psychological disorders. However, the p...
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Breast cancer diagnosis involves, in many cases, a traumatic event experience that increases vulnerability to suffer mental disorders such depression. However, despite the suffering, women are more strengthened and resilient after overcoming with disease. The purpose of this study was: 1) To explore depression and resilience in women survivors of b...
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Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG now on) can be understood as the positive change that an individual experiences as a result of a traumatic event. Breast cancer can be considered as a traumatic situation due both to the diagnosis impact and to the administered treatments. However, regardless of suffering a serious illness, all people face traumatic situa...
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El ajuste a las interacciones sociales es una de las claves más importantes a la hora de evaluarla inteligencia emocional y más concretamente la sensibilidad a las interacciones sociales basada en los procesos comunicativos de índole tanto verbal como no verbal y emocional. En el presente trabajo analizamos estos procesos en estudiantes de los grad...
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Emotional intelligence and anxiety in women. The Report of the Fourth World Conference on Women (United Nations, 1995) declares the right to enjoy full physical and mental health, understood as a state of emotional, social and physical well-being. Following these principles, the Womens Foundation of Cádiz Government promotes different activities to...
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Resilience as a predictor of depression in women with breast cancer. Breast cancer diagnosis involves, in many cases, a traumatic event experience that increases vulnerability to suffer mental disorders such depression. However, despite the suffering, women are more strengthened and resilient after overcoming with disease. The purpose of this study...
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Entendemos por Crecimiento Postraumático (CPT en adelante) el cambio positivo que un individuo puede llegar a experimentar tras un suceso traumático. Padecer cáncer de mama constituye una experiencia traumática, tanto por el impacto del diagnóstico, como por los tratamientos administrados. No obstante, toda persona vivencia momentos traumáticos a l...
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The current study analyzed how trait emotional intelligence (trait EI) mediates the relationship between self-esteem and state anxiety and trait anxiety. The sample was composed of 153 undergraduate students from the University of Cádiz, Spain (71.9% women and 28.1% men). Students completed measures of self-esteem, state anxiety, trait anxiety, and...
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En este trabajo presentamos una guía para elaborar programas específicos destinados a desarrollar la inteligencia emocional (en adelante IE) en infantes de 0 a 3 años por considerar que, antes de aplicar programas para edades superiores, resulta fundamental entender cómo se han realizado los aprendizajes previos. El estudio se fundamenta en tres cu...
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It is examined if the relationship empirically demonstrated between health and face-to-face social interactions is confirmed when it is virtual. The objective is to know if the perception of psychological well-being and receiving social support would explain the frequency of participation in virtual social networks (VSN). An ex-post-facto design wa...
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La Sociedad Española de Oncología Médica (SEOM, 2017) señala que el cáncer de mama es la neoplasia más frecuente en mujeres españolas. En las últimas décadas ha aumentado el número de estudios desde una óptica salutogénica. Así, la resiliencia, enmarcada dentro de la psicología positiva, es la capacidad de las personas para resistir y sobreponerse...
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Mental illness is a global health problem that affects one in four people around the world. Despite its high incidence, there is strong social discrimination towards this population (WHO, 2004). Different professionals encounter, in their daily performance, situations of interaction with these patients and may act as stigma perpetuators if they dis...
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El uso de las Terapias de Tercera Generación se ha intensificado en todos los ámbitos de la psicología relacionados con la salud. La Atención plena (Mindfulness) se ha postulado como una de las principales opciones elegidas de entre los profesionales, volviéndose una práctica de uso ascendente en el ejercicio clínico y el desarrollo de una buena sa...
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Un creciente cuerpo de investigación sugiere que un mayor rasgo de Inteligencia Emocional (IE) influye en el desarrollo óptimo del bienestar y el ajuste psicológico, como por ejemplo en un estado afectivo positivo. Sin embargo, hay pocos estudios que relacionen estas variables en función de las diferencias de género. Por ello, los objetivos de este...
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La diabetes tipo 1 es una de las enfermedades crónicas más comunes en la infancia y la adolescencia según la American Diabetes Association (2009). Requiere un tratamiento complejo que implica la atención constante por parte de los cuidadores principales, que suelen ser las madres (Garcia-Campayo, Sanz-Carrillo, & Tazon-Ansola, 2009). Esto a su vez...
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La recomendación del ejercicio físico como estrategia de prevención y promoción de la salud se ha establecido tanto en el ámbito sanitario como en el psicológico. A pesar del aumento del flujo de investigación en los últimos años, se es consciente de la necesidad de incrementar el respaldo empírico de las relaciones entre la actividad física y la c...
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La impulsividad y la búsqueda de sensaciones son elementos esenciales en los estudios psicológicos interesados en contribuir a la salud y bienestar de las personas ya que se encuentran relacionados con conductas poco saludables (adictivas, disruptivas y antisociales). La juventud es una etapa que se caracteriza por una mayor frecuencia de comportam...
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RESUMEN La impulsividad y la búsqueda de sensaciones son elementos esenciales en los estudios psico-lógicos interesados en contribuir a la salud y bienestar de las personas ya que se encuentran rela-cionados con conductas poco saludables (adictivas, disruptivas y antisociales). La juventud es una etapa que se caracteriza por una mayor frecuencia de...
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RESUMEN El cáncer de mama es una de las tipologías de cáncer más frecuente en España. La mayoría de los estudios en Psicooncología se centran en el abordaje de la psicopatología commorbida, como la ansiedad y la depresión. Varios autores han informado de relación entre variables como el optimis-mo disposicional y la resiliencia, respecto al bienest...
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Introduction: Type 1 diabetes is one of the most common childhood diseases. Parents or caregivers of children who suffer this disease have to carry out a reorganisation in their everyday habits. As a consequence, the disease generates a significant level of stress, affecting the psychological well-being of parents and children. Consequently, this h...
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A poorly understood aspect in deaf people is their cognitive emotion information processing abilities. Deaf people have more difficulties to distinguish the tone, intensity and rhythm of the language that listener people. When deaf people that they acquired deafness oral communication system, so they achieve a greater development of self and unders...
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Objective: To evaluate the relationship between Perceived Psychological well-being, Optimism and Resilience in women survivors of breast cancer. Method: The sample was composed of 30 women diagnosed with breast cancer who were undergoing adjuvant treatment in Oncology Units General Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera and the University Hospital Puerta...
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ABSTRACT Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide, with nearly 1.7 million new cases diagnosed every year. This represents about 12% of all new cancer cases and 25% of all cancers in women (World Cancer Research Fund International, 2015). Also, it is estimated an increase of between 22.000-25.000 new cases per year. Even more, in...
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Abstract Purpose: Health is the basis for well-being and participation in many aspects of life. Including social, physical, emotional and mental, it is a fundamental human right. In 1995, The Beijing Declaration, defined health as complete well-being, not just the absence of illness or infirmity. The present study aims to provide empirical evidence...
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ABSTRACT Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide, with nearly 1.7 million new cases diagnosed every year. This represents about 12% of all new cancer cases and 25% of all cancers in women (World Cancer Research Fund International, 2015). Also, it is estimated an increase of between 22.000-25.000 new cases per year. Even more, in...
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Abstract Purpose: Health is the basis for well-being and participation in many aspects of life. Including social, physical, emotional and mental, it is a fundamental human right. In 1995, The Beijing Declaration, defined health as complete well-being, not just the absence of illness or infirmity. The present study aims to provide empirical evidence...
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ABSTRACT Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide, with nearly 1.7 million new cases diagnosed every year. This represents about 12% of all new cancer cases and 25% of all cancers in women (World Cancer Research Fund International, 2015). Also, it is estimated an increase of between 22.000-25.000 new cases per year. Even more, in...
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Pautas de actuación para la elaboración de programas para el desarrollo de las competencias socioemocionales
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DThis paper is placed in the study of the relations between attitudes of acculturation and socio-school adjustment. It has a double aim: 1. To verify if two of the most used criteria in psychosocial literature for evaluating such attitudes are equivalent or not, it means, if they measure the same thing. 2. To verify its differential efficiency at t...
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A poorly understood aspect in deaf people is their cognitive emotion information processing abilities. Deaf people have more difficulties to distinguish the tone, intensity and rhythm of the language that listener people. When deaf people that they acquired deafness oral communication system , so they achieve a greater development of self and under...
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El concepto de Inteligencia Emocional nace en 1990 en un artículo escrito por Peter Salovey y John Mayer, quienes la describen como la capacidad para percibir y expresar las emociones, asimilar las emociones en el pensamiento, comprender y razonar con emoción y regular las emociones en uno mismo y en los demás. Desde el nacimiento de la Inteligenci...
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RESUMEN El síndrome de quemarse por el trabajo, también conocido como síndrome de burnout, ha cobrado especial relevancia en las últimas décadas debido a un importante incremento de su prevalencia en el ámbito laboral. Este síndrome cuando es sufrido por docentes repercute en la calidad de la enseñanza y por ende en su alumnado. En un estudio reali...
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RESUMEN: La actual Ley Orgánica 2/2006, de 3 de mayo, de Educación (LOE), así como los Decretos y Órdenes que regulan el currículo y las enseñanzas mínimas de la etapa de Educación Infantil, incluyen contenidos y objetivos relacionados con el desarrollo de la Inteligencia Emocional. Dado el grado de autonomía que la legislación concede a los docent...
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This paper is placed in the study of the relations between attitudes of acculturation and socio-school adjustment. It has a double aim: 1. To verify if two of the most used criteria in psychosocial literature for evaluating such attitudes are equivalent or not, it means, if they measure the same thing. 2. To verify its differential efficiency at th...
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Emotional intelligence (EI) is a concept that has been proved with different outcomes (including health). Sometimes, the findings are been promising but also controversial – especially because investigations do not explain how EI can help to increase the mental health, among other reasons. EI is a set of 4 abilities (perceiving, using, understandin...
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In a sample of 127 Spanish adolescents, the ability to understand and manage emotions, assessed by a performance measure of emotional intelligence (the MSCEIT), correlated positively with teacher ratings of academic achievement and adaptation for both males and females. Among girls, these emotional abilities also correlated positively with peer fri...
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This study investigated the discriminant, criterion and incremental validity of an ability measure of Emotional Intelligence (EI). High school students (N = 77) took the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test - Spanish Version (MSCEIT V. 2.0, 2002), a measure of Big Five personality traits (BFQ; Caprara, Barbanelli, & Borgogni , 1993), an...
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Debido al aumento de la demanda de programas emocionales en la escuela y dada la importancia del papel del profesorado en su implantación, el objetivo de nuestro estudio ha sido el de analizar la percepción que tanto docentes como futuros docentes (N=121) tienen respecto a sus habilidades emocionales (TMMS, Salovey, Mayer, Goldman,Turvey y Palafai,...
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En la actualidad el tema de la Inteligencia Emocional (IE), desde el punto de vista científico, debe responder a tres demandas: cuál es su capacidad predictiva en cuestiones de adaptación personal y social; aclarar si la dualidad de perspectivas sobre la IE (como habilidad o como rasgo) implica que son conceptos diferentes o complementarios; y, fin...
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El fin último de la educación es contribuir de forma significativa a la correcta socialización del alumnado. Que nuestros jóvenes se conviertan en miembros adecuados y adaptados de su sociedad y ¿en interacción con otros, desarrollen las maneras de pensar, sentir y actuar que son esenciales para la participación eficaz en la sociedad¿ (Van der Zand...

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It is my pleasure to inform you that our Special Issue is now open for submissions online: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph/special_issues/QoL_Breast_Cancer A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601). This special issue belongs to the section "Health Care Sciences & Services". Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2023.