Editorial Octombrie 2018 - Prof.Dr. Aurel ROMILA



O nouă triadă
Cred că psihiatria viitorului va fi combinată cu psihologia și sociologia și se va numi psihopsihiatria resocializării. Ea nu poate ramâne la limitele actuale ale psihofarmacologiei, în afara sufletului și comunității. 

Psihologia devine psihologie clinică iar sociologia devine asistență socială. Asta e și logic, deoarece obiectul la toate trei este bolnavul mental și nu trei teorii despre el. 

Se ajunge la o singură teorie psihopatologică, teoria resocializării, adica a reintegrării bolnavului în circuitul economico social. Propunerea va întâmpina multă rezistență pentru că sunt mulți care trăiesc din separarea acestor discipline din care perdantul este bolnavul mental. 

Asta va fi adevarata colaborare interdisciplinară și da aceiași țintă la trei specialități artificial separate. Se revine la omul cu trei nivele: socio, psiho, biologic. 

Obiectiv pentru care toți cei interesați de progresul resocializării trebuie să lupte! 


Prof. dr. Aurel ROMILA

Inregistrare seminar APLR 30.10.2018

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Suicidal attempts among patients with substance use disorders who present with suicidal ideation
Pages 5-9
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José J. López-Goñi, Javier Fernández-Montalvo, Alfonso Arteaga, Begoña Haro
The associations between subdimensions of religiosity and illicit substance use among latino sexual minority men
Pages 15-19
Available Online 2018-09-01
Kalina M. Lamb, John P. Brady, Manuel Gonzales, Aaron J. Blashill
Investigating a novel fMRI cannabis cue reactivity task in youth
Pages 20-28
Available Online 2018-09-11
Hollis C. Karoly, Joseph P. Schacht, Lindsay R. Meredith, Joanna Jacobus, Susan F. Tapert, Kevin M. Gray, Lindsay M. Squeglia
Trauma treatment for veterans in buprenorphine maintenance treatment for opioid use disorder
Pages 29-34
Available Online 2018-09-12
Sarah Meshberg-Cohen, Anne C. Black, Jason C. DeViva, Ismene L. Petrakis, Marc I. Rosen
Epidemiology of hallucinogen use in the U.S. results from the National epidemiologic survey on alcohol and related conditions III
Pages 35-43
Available Online 2018-09-16
Nadav Shalit, Jürgen Rehm, Shaul Lev-Ran
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Rates of electronic cigarette use among adults with a chronic mental illness
Pages 1-4
Available Online 2018-08-28
Cynthia L. Bianco
fMRI Stroop and behavioral treatment for cocaine-dependence: Preliminary findings in methadone-maintained individuals
Pages 10-14
Available Online 2018-09-06
Elise E. DeVito, Hedy Kober, Kathleen M. Carroll, Marc N. Potenza

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Editorial Septembrie 2018 - Prof.Dr. Aurel ROMILA


P S I H O L O G I A      P S I H I A T R I E I 
(și invers)


Psihiatria este practică și sistematică (psihopatologia).

Psihiatria practică observă, interpretează (diagnostic) și compune tratamente (psiho-medicamentoase).

Psihopatologia oferă psihiatriei practice o teorie (o concepție), structura psihologică, semiologia, sindromologia și nozologia, armonia, dizarmonia, disocierea și dezintegrarea personalității, polifonia grupului și a societății, formele de clasă, instrumentația aptitudinală și orchestrația individuală și social, estetica frumos-urât, filozofia, logica și antropologia persoanei și a societății, compoziția, boala mintală -sănătate mintală.

Psihiatria are o istorie.

Are o interpretare populară, trans-culturală, etnică, plină de prejudecăți, superstiții, gândire magică, parapsihologie.

Psihiatria are un scop nobil, mântuitor, care pune bazele conviețuirii normale, face posibilă coexistența pașnică, prin compunerea psihoterapiei individuale și de grup.

Psihiatria răsfrânge razboiul social, stânga-dreapta, bogați –săraci, exploatați și ratați, asistați și homeless.

Psihiatria stă pe pilonii filozofico-psihologici ai lui Henri Ey: conștiința (experiența, trăirea prezentă, sincronă) și personalitatea (existența diacronă, subiectivitatea).

Personalitate are o conștiință de sine( sinele) și o conștiință obiectivă ( egoul), socială, individual-universală.

Sinele are un corp psihic bazal, sexual, vital (energetic, temperamental, genetic, aprioric-transcedental) și un spirit (caracter format, educat, stilat), o formă, o modă, tridimensional, individual și transcendent, rațional și metafizic.

Contradicția internă fundamentală este între spiritul dominant și corpul psihic afectiv.

Patologia regresează normalul, îi înfrânge apărările, invadează raționalul, spiritualul.

Modernitatea tehnologică, materialistă, occidental-americană se opune spiritualității estice, greco-romane medievale și renascentiste, degrădind și ocultând sau ignorând tradiția, dă un prezent haotic, în toate azimuturile, favorizând apariția bolii mentale, a unei libertăți libertine și iresponasabile, anarhice, o uniformizare zoologică, dominate de comerțul sexului, politicii puterii și a băncilor mondiale, cu corupție și off shore, scandal și justiție continuă, conflict și teroare, nesiguranăț și amenințare, șantaj și razbunare, comteiție economică statistică, inumană.

Psihologia se psihiatrizează prin neselecție, invazia terapeuților escroci, a parapsihologiei astrale și a magiei șamanilor și țigăncilor, a negării psihologiei și antipsihiatria sportivă și ubicuitară.


Prof. Dr. Aurel ROMILA


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  ORIGINAL ARTICLES
A longitudinal examination of protective behavioral strategies and alcohol consumption among adult drinkers    Original Research Article
Pages 1-7
Maria R. Dekker, Michelle I. Jongenelis, Melanie Wakefield, Kypros Kypri, Penelope Hasking, Simone Pettigrew
Consideration of future consequences as a moderator of the willingness-behavior relationship for young adult marijuana use and consequences    Original Research Article
Pages 8-16
Melissa A. Lewis, Dana M. Litt, Kevin M. King, Tracey A. Garcia, Katja A. Waldron, Christine M. Lee
Personal and perceived peer use and attitudes towards use of non-prescribed prescription sedatives and sleeping pills among university students in seven European countries    Original Research Article
Pages 17-23
Gesa Lehne, Hajo Zeeb, Claudia R. Pischke, Rafael Mikolajczyk, Bridgette M. Bewick, John McAlaney, Robert C. Dempsey, Guido Van Hal, Christiane Stock, Yildiz Akvardar, Ondrej Kalina, Olga Orosova, Ines Aguinaga-Ontoso, Francisco Guillen-Grima, Stefanie M. Helmer
Prescription tranquilizer/sedative misuse prevalence and correlates across age cohorts in the US    Original Research Article
Pages 24-32
Ty S. Schepis, Christian J. Teter, Linda Simoni-Wastila, Sean Esteban McCabe
Cigarette smoking duration mediates the association between future thinking and norepinephrine level    Original Research Article
Pages 33-38
Jenny E. Ozga, Nicholas J. Felicione, Melissa D. Blank, Nicholas A. Turiano
Exposure to positive peer sentiment about nicotine replacement therapy in an online smoking cessation community is associated with NRT use    Original Research Article
Pages 39-45
Jennifer L. Pearson, Michael S. Amato, George D. Papandonatos, Kang Zhao, Bahar Erar, Xi Wang, Sarah Cha, Amy M. Cohn, Amanda L. Graham
Borderline personality disorder features and drinking, cannabis, and prescription opioid motives: Differential associations across substance and sex    Original Research Article
Pages 46-54
Noel A. Vest, Kyle T. Murphy, Sarah L. Tragesser
Alcohol expectancy profile in late childhood with alcohol drinking and purchasing behaviors in adolescence    Original Research Article
Pages 55-61
Wan-Ting Chen, Nadia Wang, Kuan-Chia Lin, Chieh-Yu Liu, Wei J. Chen, Chuan-Yu Chen
Who are the smokers who never plan to quit and what do they think about the risks of using tobacco products?    Original Research Article
Pages 62-68
Lucy Popova, Ban Majeed, Daniel Owusu, Claire Adams Spears, David L. Ashley
Expanding the reach of alcohol and other drug services: Prevalence and correlates of US adult engagement with online technology to address substance problems    Original Research Article
Pages 74-81
Brandon G. Bergman, M. Claire Greene, Bettina B. Hoeppner, John F. Kelly
A mediated multigroup model examining marijuana use consequences by sexual orientation in us college students    Original Research Article
Pages 86-91
Jamie E. Parnes, Mark A. Prince, Bradley T. Conner, Marijuana Outcomes Study Team
Impact of the Spanish smoking legislation among smokers: A longitudinal study with biomarkers in Barcelona (Spain)    Original Research Article
Pages 101-108
Cristina Lidón-Moyano, Marcela Fu, Raúl Pérez-Ortuño, Montse Ballbè, Ariadna Feliu, Juan Carlos Martín-Sánchez, Nuria Matilla-Santander, José A. Pascual, Esteve Fernández, Jose M. Martínez-Sánchez
The effects of self-regulation strategies following moderate intensity exercise on ad libitum smoking    Original Research Article
Pages 109-114
Maria Angeli, Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, Nikos Comoutos, Charalampos Krommidas, Ioannis D. Morres, Yannis Theodorakis
Frequent solitary drinking mediates the associations between negative affect and harmful drinking in emerging adults    Original Research Article
Pages 115-121
Elena Bilevicius, Alanna Single, Karli K. Rapinda, Lindsay A. Bristow, Matthew T. Keough
Personality and prescription drug use/misuse among first year undergraduates    Original Research Article
Pages 122-130
A. Chinneck, K. Thompson, I.T. Mahu, P. Davis-MacNevin, K. Dobson, S.H. Stewart
Hookah use as a predictor of other tobacco product use: A longitudinal analysis of Texas college students    Original Research Article
Pages 131-137
Kathleen R. Case, MeLisa R. Creamer, Maria R. Cooper, Alexandra Loukas, Cheryl L. Perry
Immigrant paradox? Generational status, alcohol use, and negative consequences across college    Original Research Article
Pages 138-143
Kaylin M. Greene, Jennifer L. Maggs
Perceived peer norms and alcohol use among college students in China    Original Research Article
Pages 144-150
Li Sun, Michael Windle, Nancy J. Thompson
Hazardous drinking has unique relationships with implicit and explicit drinking identity    Original Research Article
Pages 155-161
Kevin S. Montes, Cecilia C. Olin, Bethany A. Teachman, Scott A. Baldwin, Kristen P. Lindgren
Trait impulsivity and cognitive domains involving impulsivity and compulsivity as predictors of gambling disorder treatment response    Original Research Article
Pages 169-176
Nuria Mallorquí-Bagué, Gemma Mestre-Bach, María Lozano-Madrid, Fernando Fernandez-Aranda, Roser Granero, Cristina Vintró-Alcazaz, Amparo Del Pino-Gutiérrez, Trevor Steward, Mónica Gómez-Peña, Neus Aymamí, Teresa Mena-Moreno, José M. Menchón, Susana Jiménez-Murcia
Elementary and middle school predictors of high school drinking problems and maladaptive coping    Original Research Article
Pages 177-182
Hayley A. Cole, Sarah J. Peterson, Gregory T. Smith
Age moderates the association between frequent cannabis use and negative schizotypy over time    Original Research Article
Pages 183-189
Lucy Albertella, Mike E. Le Pelley, Murat Yücel, Jan Copeland
Attitudes toward protective behavioral strategies: Do they predict use of strategies and alcohol outcomes over time?    Original Research Article
Pages 190-195
Véronique S. Grazioli, Melissa A. Lewis, Nicole Fossos-Wong, Mary E. Larimer
Difficulties in emotion regulation and chronic pain-related disability and opioid misuse    Original Research Article
Pages 200-205
Julie Lutz, Richard T. Gross, Alison M. Vargovich
Alcohol-related problem behaviors among Latin American immigrants in the US    Original Research Article
Pages 206-213
Christopher P. Salas-Wright, Michael G. Vaughn, Trenette Clark Goings, Daniel P. Miller, Jina Chang, Seth J. Schwartz
Modeling Problematic Facebook Use: Highlighting the role of mood regulation and preference for online social interaction    Original Research Article
Pages 214-221
Tania Moretta, Giulia Buodo
Impact of an educational intervention on risks associated with drug injection, and on psychosocial factors (PSF) involved in initiating and maintaining new health behaviors over time    Original Research Article
Pages 222-230
Nicolas Khatmi, Lionel Dany, Khadim Ndiaye, Patrizia Carrieri, Daniela Rojas Castro, Perrine Roux
Substance use disorders and sexual behavior; the effects of alcohol and drugs on patients' sexual thoughts, feelings and behavior    Original Research Article
Pages 231-237
Meine H. Bosma-Bleeker, Eric Blaauw
Development and validation of the cigarette smoking consequences looming scale    Original Research Article
Pages 238-243
David McDonald, Amanda Kaufmann, David A.F. Haaga
Exposure to drinking mediates the association between parental alcohol use and preteen alcohol use    Original Research Article
Pages 244-250
Koen Smit, Roy Otten, Carmen Voogt, Marloes Kleinjan, Rutger Engels, Emmanuel Kuntsche
Method effects of the relation between family history of alcoholism and parent reports of offspring impulsive behavior    Original Research Article
Pages 251-259
Angela M. Haeny, Andrew K. Littlefield, Phillip K. Wood, Kenneth J. Sher
Development and validation of a contextual behavioral distress intolerance task in cigarette smokers    Original Research Article
Pages 260-266
Samantha G. Farris, Angelo M. DiBello, Michael J. Zvolensky
Using latent transition analysis to compare effects of residency status on alcohol-related consequences during the first two years of college    Original Research Article
Pages 276-282
Michael J. Cleveland, Kimberly A. Mallett, Rob Turrisi, Nichole M. Sell, Racheal Reavy, Bradley Trager
Risk factors associated with early smoking onset in two large birth cohorts    Original Research Article
Pages 283-289
Jeremy Staff, Jennifer L. Maggs, George B. Ploubidis, Chris Bonell
  SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
The revised four-factor motivational thought frequency and state motivation scales for alcohol control   
Pages 69-73
David J. Kavanagh, Nicole Robinson, Jennifer Connolly, Jason Connor, Jackie Andrade, Jon May
Sex differences in affect-triggered lapses during smoking cessation: A daily diary study   
Pages 82-85
Sylvie Messer, Atara Siegel, Lauren Bertin, Joel Erblich
Comparing cigarette and e-cigarette dependence and predicting frequency of smoking and e-cigarette use in dual-users of cigarettes and e-cigarettes   
Pages 92-96
Meghan Morean, Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, Stephanie S. O'Malley
Short message service (SMS) reminders improve treatment attendance in alcohol dependence, but are less effective for patients high in impulsivity   
Pages 97-100
Matthew J. Gullo, Kate Irvine, Gerald F.X. Feeney, Jason P. Connor
Remote biochemical verification of tobacco use: Reducing costs and improving methodological rigor with mailed oral cotinine swabs   
Pages 151-154
Matthew R. Moore, Michael J. Mason, Aaron R. Brown, Claudia M. Garcia, Ashlie D. Seibers, Chelsea J. Stephens
Assertive communication about others' smoking and vaping in public venues: Results from a National Survey of US adults   
Pages 196-199
Cabral A. Bigman, Susan Mello, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, Andy S.L. Tan
Increased use of heroin as an initiating opioid of abuse: Further considerations and policy implications   
Pages 267-271
Theodore J. Cicero, Zachary A. Kasper, Matthew S. Ellis
Gamblers seeking online help are active help-seekers: Time to support autonomy and competence   
Pages 272-275
S.N. Rodda, N.A. Dowling, D.I. Lubman
  SHORT REVIEW
The impact and relevance of tobacco control research in low-and middle-income countries globally and to the US   
Pages 162-168
Carla J. Berg, Geoffrey T. Fong, James F. Thrasher, Joanna E. Cohen, Wasim Maziak, Harry Lando, Jeffrey Drope, Raul Mejia, Joaquin Barnoya, Rima Nakkash, Ramzi G. Salloum, Mark Parascandola

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