Seema Rani Sarraf

Seema Rani Sarraf
King George's Medical University | CSM

Doctor of Philosophy
ICMR- PROJECT

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Background Impairment in neurocognitive functions are commonly followed by Epidural hematoma (EDH) . This cross-sectional study was aimed to study gender differences in neurocognitive functions in mild to moderate epidural hematoma patients (43 male and 19 female patients) post-surgery using standardized assessment tools of comprehensive neurocogni...
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Epidural Hematoma (EDH) is a common condition of traumatic brain injury. It has a good prognosis if prompt surgical intervention is conducted. There is a dearth of studies on neuropsychological assessment of executive functioning exclusively in post-operative EDH patients. Moreover, age as a variable in determining executive functions in patients p...
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This study was carried out to establish the construct, convergent and predictive validity of Hindi translation of Meta-emotions Scale in Hindi speaking Indian cultural context. For the purpose 16 to 78 years old 1324 men and women participants with High School education from Chowk and adjoining areas of Varanasi city of Uttar Pradesh, India, comple...
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The study aimed to elucidate the effects of positive meta-emotions and negative meta-emotions on worry in CHD patients with hypertension, CHD patients without hypertension and control individuals. Two hundred respondents (28 to 78 years old) (clinically diagnosed 50 patients with hypertension and 50 patients without hypertension, and 100 individual...
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Background The phenomenon of metacognition is instrumental in the conceptualization and management of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Studies on the comparison between metacognitions in OCD patients and healthy controls or those with other clinical conditions have been conducted. We aimed to compare metacognitions among currently symptomatic O...
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The present study aimed to elucidate the psychometric properties, factorial structure,and predictive validity of Hindi version of Satisfaction with Life Scale in Indian cultural milieu. A total of 1817 participants ranging in age from 16 to 78 years were conveniently sampled from Chowk and adjoining areas of Varanasi city of Uttar Pradesh, complete...
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The Positive Metacognitions and Meta-emotions Questionnaire (PMCEQ) developed by Beer and Moneta (2010) measures adaptive metacognitive beliefs when facing challenging situations. The cultural adaptation of Hindi version of PMCEQ was conducted in 17 to 75 years old (n = 838) Hindi speaking men and women participants of Varanasi city of Uttar Prades...
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The positive metacognitions and meta-emotions measured by PMCEQ measures adaptive metacognitive beliefs people hold about their own cognitive and emotional processes. The study aimed to examine the independent and interaction effects of 'gender' (men & women) and 'levels (low & high) of facets of positive metacognitions and meta-emotions' on marita...

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To elucidate the effects of adaptive and maladaptive metacognitions and meta-emotions on affect, depression and well being in CHD patients.