Nuria Ordóñez-Camblor's research while affiliated with Universidad de Burgos and other places

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Psychosis is associated with self-stigmatization and loss of social functioning that increase the severity of the disorder. Psychological inflexibility (PI)—an individual’s tendency to suppress undesirable private events—plays a fundamental role in the emergence and worst prognosis of psychosis. The main objective of this study was to analyze wheth...
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In Spain, in order to control COVID-19 transmission, one of the strictest confinement measures in the world for children and teenagers has been implemented. From 14 March to 26 April 2020 underage Spaniards were not allowed to leave their homes, except for reasons of force majeure. This could have consequences on their mental health in both the sho...
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Background/Objective: The interest in recovery processes in psychotic disorders has boosted the necessity of knowledge about the factors that could influence in such recovery. Negative symptomatology and the stigma have been negatively linked to the recovery process in psychosis. The aim of this investigation is to improve the understanding of how...
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(1) Background: Different investigations relate mindfulness practice as a strategy to cope with and improve negative repetitive thinking states and forgiveness. (2) Methods: The aim is to analyze the mediating processes of mindfulness as a trait and the changes in the anger rumination on forgiveness. This sample comprised 264 undergraduate students...
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Mindfulness-based interventions (MBI) are a recognized effective psychological practice characterized by attention control, awareness, acceptance, non-reactivity, and non-judgmental thinking obtained through the practice of meditation. They have been shown to be useful in reducing stress and enhancing well-being in different contexts. In this resea...
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The risk of the appearance of psychosis may reflect the existence of an underlying vulnerability, which may be influenced by environmental factors such as early traumatic experiences. This means that in clinical practice, the assessment of and approach to previous traumatic events is important in persons with psychotic disorders. The psychometric a...
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In Spain, in order to control COVID-19 transmission, one of the strictest confinement measures in the world for children and teenagers has been implemented. From 14 March to 26 April 2020 underage Spaniards were not allowed to leave their homes, except for reasons of force majeure. This could have consequences on their mental health in both the sho...
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La presencia de experiencias traumáticas tempranas se ha asociado con una gran variedad de alteraciones psicopatológicas en la edad adulta. Esto hace que en la práctica clínica sea importante la evaluación y el abordaje de eventos traumáticos previos en los pacientes con diferentes trastornos mentales. El objetivo fundamental de este trabajo fue re...
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The presence of early traumatic experiences has been associated with a variety of psychiatric disorders in adulthood. This means that in clinical practice the assessment of and approach to previous traumatic events is important in patients with different mental disorders. The main purpose of this paper is, firstly, to provide a brief description an...
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Previous research have highlighted the role of the early traumatic experiences as a significant predisposing factor in a wide range of psychopathological disorders. However, the role of the trauma in the development of a psychosis is, nowadays, an understudied area, especially in Spain. In this sense, the goal of this study was to analyze the preva...
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Introducción: La recuperación en psicosis puede ser considerada como un proceso que implica el manejo de la propia enfermedad, es decir, el desa-rrollo de habilidades de afrontamiento, el conocimiento de la enfermedad y la búsqueda de un estilo de vida saludable. El objetivo de esta investigación es someter a estudio qué clase de factores son impor...
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Introduction: The research about recovery in psychosis could be considered as a process that involves the illness management. It means, the development of coping skills, the disorder knowledge and a healthy lifestyle. The objective of this research is to study what factors are important in personal recovery in a sample of Spanish patients with psyc...
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Estudios previos han destacado el papel de las experiencias traumáticas tempranas como un factor predisponente importante de gran variedad de alte-raciones psicopatológicas. Sin embargo, el papel del trauma en el desarrollo de la psicosis es un área poco estudiada a día de hoy, especialmente en nues-tro país. En este sentido, el objetivo de esta in...
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Abstract: Studies suggest disturbances of self in schizophrenia and in schizotypy, and unusual perception of own and other faces in schizotypy. The purpose of this study was to explore possible differences between high and low scores on schizotypal questionnaires and self and others-face rec-ognition, and confirm whether the cognitive-perceptual an...
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The main objective of the present study was to examine the influence of gender and age in the phenotypic expression of schizotypy in two representative samples of Spanish adolescents. The first sample was composed of a total of 1,618 participants (M = 15.9 years; SD = 1.2) and the second sample was composed of 1,455 adolescents (M =15.9 years, SD =...
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Resumen: El principal objetivo de este trabajo fue examinar la influencia del género y la edad en la expresión fenotípica de la esquizotipia en dos muestras representativas de adolescentes españoles. La primera muestra la formaron un total de 1618 participantes (M = 15.9 años; DT = 1.2) y la segunda la formaron 1455 adolescentes (M =15.9 años, DT =...
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The main purpose of this paper is to offer a review of the principle measurement instruments for the assessment of the psychotic phenotype in the Spanish general population. This review covers a limitation present in the field of the assessment of psychotic-like symptoms in our territory and offers the psychology professional a group of interesting...
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Schizotypal experiences and depressive symptoms are quite common among adolescents, and have been considered as risk markers for schizophrenia-spectrum and mood disorders. The main goal of the present study was to analyze the relationship between schizotypal experiences and depressive symptoms in a community sample of non-clinical adolescents. The...

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... In the migration context, self-esteem becomes especially relevant, as multiple factors might be involved (i.e., reassurance-seeking about personal worth, social network, socioeconomic status, experiences of discrimination, etc.), acting as a resilient component buffering the impact of adverse events on mental health. In the pandemic context, self-esteem also became especially relevant, as was reported in previous studies [48,49]. We also included a resilience measure in the analyses, although it did not reach statistical significance. ...
... The use of bootstrap simulation generates 10,000 training and test-set combinations and thus also 10,000 model accuracy statistics and covariate gain statistics 29 . This method allows for empiric evaluation of the variability in model accuracy to increase the transparency of model e cacy 21,25, 29 . ...
... Mental illness stigma, which includes negative attitudes, beliefs, and actions directed towards persons with severe mental illness, has been implicated in a host of negative consequences. Specifically, stigmatization of people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia is a documented process of interest to research because of its repercussions on various domains of social functioning, quality of life, and social support received and perceived by those diagnosed [1][2][3]. The stigma also affects symptom management, understanding and awareness (insight) of the disorder, and the commencement of and adherence to available treatments [4]. ...
... Secondly, the instruments used in recent studies on this topic are very diverse, ranging from the use of concrete non-standardised activities, programmes and instructional strategies such as gamification [28], either with writing and/or with specific tools such as e-quizzes for formative assessment, among others [28][29][30][31], specific questionnaires and self-reports, such as those dedicated to excessive and problematic internet use [32], the use of these tools as a means of peer harassment [33], to the use of various validated instruments [4,34]. For example, recent research has used DTS-type instruments such as the one conducted by [35], where 1374 American adults were surveyed in the first days of April 2020 on the use of various digital tools, the result of a much larger research project where the use of 983 Italian adults and 1350 Swiss adults was analysed [36] in addition to the above. ...
... Recently, Varese and colleagues (2012) conducted a comprehensive meta-analysis, finding a significant relationship between the presence of different types of traumatic experiences and psychosis (odds ratio (OR) = 2.78, p ≤ 0.001). In Spain, there are few studies measuring this relationship, with the results being consistent with those found in international samples; and between 40 and 75% of the patients with psychosis studied reported the previous presence of traumatic experiences (Álvarez et al, 2011; Ordóñez-Camblor et al, 2014). Similarly, recent studies highlight the role of traumatic experiences before the development of psychosis, as a possible trigger factor; a history of traumatic experiences has been linked with the transition to psychosis in people at high risk (Bechdolf et al, 2010; Thompson et al, 2014; Tikka et al, 2014). ...
... For example, Stoltenborgh et al. (2011) found lower prevalence when using informants rather than self-report measures of CSA, although they also noted that self-reported rates may be infl uenced by various procedural factors such as sample size, the defi nition of CSA, the type of instrument used, or the number of questions asked. A further factor to consider is that there are a large number of different instruments for assessing traumatic events during childhood (Ordóñez-Camblor et al., 2016), including specifi c items about sexual abuse. The fact that each questionnaire inquiries about the same construct in a different way may also contribute to the variability in prevalence rates, leading some authors to recommend that CSA be assessed by asking multiple behaviorally specifi c questions (Stoltenborgh et al., 2011), as a number of researchers have done (Dunne et al., 2003;Gil, 2014;Guziak, 2020;Mohler-Kuo et al., 2014;Ullman, 2007). ...
... In fact, knowing a positive diagnostic test result of COVID-19 may generate important physical and emotional implications in pregnant women who may become anxious in identifying themselves as sick people at risk (Bermejo-Sánchez et al., 2020;Lorenzo Ruiz et al., 2020). Different studies have shown that the presence of a variety of psychiatric disorders in adulthood has been associated with early traumatic experiences (Ordóñez-Camblor et al., 2016). Events in early life and childhood alter the neurodevelopment, the dynamic gene-environment interplay, and the programming of the body's neurological, immune, and endocrine systems (National Research Council (US) Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Integrating the Science of Early Childhood Development, 2000). ...
... This study used the version adapted to Spanish and validated in accordance with international standards (Muñiz, Elosua, & Hambleton, 2013). Scores obtained in previous studies present suitable levels of reliability and different evidences of validity (Barragan, Laurens, Blas Navarro, & Obiols, 2011;Fonseca-Pedrero et al., 2011;Fonseca-Pedrero, Paino, Lemos-Giráldez, & Muñiz, 2012b). ...
... Another environmental factor related to the problem, which has a negative impact on the stress levels, is bullying [19]. Several studies relate bullying to a continuous exposure to stress where victims of bullying report some psychotic disorders [20][21][22][23]. Conversely, practices such as physical exercise may be a protective factor in influencing mental health [24], acting as a regulatory releaser of positive neurotransmitters and enhancing the activity of the cerebral cortex [25]. ...