Sergio Navas-León

Sergio Navas-León
Universidad Loyola Andalucía · Departamento de Psicología

MD Health Psychology

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Introduction
Sergio Navas León is currently a PhD student in Psychology at Universidad Loyola Andalucía in the area of ​​Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. His interests are data analysis, human multi sensory perception and auditory-feedback technologies. His research is based on the modification of perceptual distortions normally present in people with eating disorders Project MagicoutFit PID2019-105579RB-I00 (AEI / 10.13039/501100011033). https://magicoutfit.com/es/news/ Twitter: @Snavasleon//24/7h

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Background Recent research indicates that patients with anorexia (AN) show specific eye movement abnormalities such as shorter prosaccade latencies, more saccade inhibition errors, and increased rate of saccadic intrusions compared to participants without AN. However, it remains unknown whether these abnormal eye movement patterns, which may serve...
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Background: Recent research indicates that patients with anorexia (AN) show specific eye movement abnormalities such as shorter prosaccade latencies, more saccade inhibition errors, and increased rate of saccadic intrusions compared to participants without AN. However, it remains unknown whether these abnormal eye movement patterns, which may serve...
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Purpose: Previous research reported adequate psychometric properties of the BQPA, which was developed based on barriers detected in the overweight population. To increase its generalizability, to the general population, the BQPA was revised based on a non-restricted literature review (BQPA-G). This study analyses the reliability, factor structure a...
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Introduction: Physical activity (PA) has significant health benefits. However, a third of the adult population across Europe is physically inactive and numbers are on the rise. To address this problem, a large body of the literature has tried to identify the variables influencing the adherence to PA (barriers or facilitators). Consequently, it is k...
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Dual pathology is often found in addiction and mental health centers. Although there are integrated services for these patients, most countries have developed joint action protocols between addiction and mental health centers. The objective is to analyze the progress of patients diagnosed with dual pathology, comparing the therapeutic outcomes of t...
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Objective: This study aimed to develop the BQPA and evaluate its psychometric properties, which covers all the relevant barriers for Physical Activity (PA) reported in the literature. Method/Design: A cross-sectional study was performed in 2019 through a dedicated online panel. A sample of 610 participants was selected using a stratified random sam...
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BACKGROUND Physical inactivity is a main risk factor of death worldwide, and contributes to psychological and physical problems, including obesity. Physical activity (PA) is critical to preventing health deterioration. Many technological interventions designed to promote PA have limited efficacy as some critical variables affecting PA are not consi...
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Dual patients are usually treated in drug users services, mental health units, or both. However, each patient can choose the service to receive the health care. The aim of this study is to analyze the similarities and differences of the patient profiles that are treated in each one of these centers. The sample consists of 170 patients diagnosed wit...
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The aim of this study was to analyze and compare the profile of dual patients treated in mental health units or drug user services with patients using both. The sample consisted of 170 patients diagnosed with dual pathology, recruited using an accidental sampling technique. Of the sample, 64 were being treated at Addiction Center of Huelva (ADH), 5...

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