Daniel Sampaio's research while affiliated with University of Lisbon and other places

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With the increased awareness about deliberate self-harm, the understanding of its social representations can be important for clinical intervention and prevention. However, there is still a lack of instruments to assess the social representations of the functions of these behaviors. This research focuses on the validation of the Questionnaire of Re...
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Research has recognized the importance of understanding the social representations about the functions of deliberate self-harm, particularly in the context of clinical intervention. In addition, parents can play a relevant role in the rehabilitation of adolescents with these behaviours. However, there are few studies that focused on the description...
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RESUMO: O efeito adverso mais frequentemente associado a uma situação aguda de consumo excessivo do álcool é a denominada "ressaca do dia seguinte". O presente trabalho tem como objetivo validar um instrumento psicométrico-a Escala de Sintomas de Ressaca (ESR), para avaliar a experiência da ressaca associada ao consumo do álcool. Para o efeito, for...
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Introduction: The understanding of the social representations about the functions of deliberate self-harm can be an important factor for the comprehension of this phenomenon. Nonetheless, only a few studies focused on this topic and specifically on the social representations from adolescents with and without a history of deliberate self-harm and t...
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The present article focuses on the validation of the Questionnaire of Social Representations about the Functions of Deliberate Self-Harm for adults. The understanding of the social representations about deliberate self-harm can be relevant for clinical intervention and prevention. However, there is still a lack of instruments to assess these repres...
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Quanto maior o conhecimento do terapeuta acerca das especificidades culturais dos seus doentes, maior a sua capacidade de conceptualizar e tratar os problemas de saúde mental de uma forma culturalmente sensível. São objectivos desta revisão avaliar a literatura sobre a eficácia e especificidades dos tratamentos cognitivo-comportamentais (TCC) aplic...

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... Studies that used community samples have concluded that the most frequent methods are cutting and overdosing [3]; cutting, scratching, and banging/hitting self [5,17]; cutting and skin damaging through other means [2]; biting, scratching, and interfering with wound healing [18]. Some investigations carried out in Portugal concluded that the most common DSH methods are cutting, scratching, biting and banging/hitting self [6,9,19]. ...
... The lifetime prevalence rates in populationbased studies with adolescents range from 3% to 27.6% [2][3][4][5]. In Portugal, research that used convenience samples of adolescents concluded that DSH presented lifetime prevalence rates between 7.3% and 30% [6][7][8][9][10]. ...
... The KMO index, the Bartlett chi-square approximation, and the level of significance obtained accepted the null hypothesis (H 0 ) ( Table 2), so the model was considered optimum for applying EFA (Glick et al. 2018). In addition, Duarte et al. (2019) indicated that a KMO value close to 1 reveals that the correlation pattern is sufficiently compact to produce different and reliable factors. Then, the scale's reliability was calculated using a sample of N = 723. ...
... Rephrasing Powell, 9 I would then say that we have a killer cocktail of stigma, misinformation and disinformation which, as she notes, makes it so that families of those deceased in accidents related to solo breath play sometimes prefer to alter the scene prior to the police's arrival to make it look like suicide, in spite of the stigma which also exists surrounding suicide. 11 The many references of "treating AeA" (read, breath play) that can be found in the literature often equate 'treating' with making it so that the person will stop engaging in that behavior − not because the behavior is seen as a manifestation of tendencies for self-harm which is accompanied by other forms of self-harm, but because the behavior is framed as harmful in itself (even when no injuries or other forms of physical consequences occur; as for the emotional aspect of it, it was already addressed above). ...
... The co-development of the previous projects gave rise to the construction of a more operative solution for its complexity, design and versatility to be adapted to patient cultural context, which, as has been proven to be more effective and less limited (Pombo et al. 2016) A game was materialized for therapeutic purposes and cognitive stimulation on a first instance for an age group over 65. ...