CLINICAL AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY



JULY 18 - MONDAY
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S2         SY CLN 1          PA CLN      KA CLN 1    KA CLN 2        KA CLN 3        SY CLN 2
S3         SY CLN 3          TS CLN 1                TS CLN 2                        SY CLN 5
S4         SY CLN 7          SY CLN 8                SY CLN 9                        SY CLN 10
S-11       TS CLN 18         TS CLN 19               TS CLN 20                       TS CLN 21
CIII       SY CLN 11         SY CLN 12               SY CLN 13                       SY CLN 14
D-3        TS CLN 3          TS CLN 4                TS CLN 6                        TS CLN 7
D-4        TS CLN 8          TS CLN 9                                                TS CLN 10

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JULY 19 - TUESDAY                                    
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30
           
S2         SY CLN 26         KA CLN 4                SY CLN 16                       SY CLN 15
S3         SY CLN 18         SY CLN 19               SY CLN 27                       SY CLN 21
S4         SY CLN 22         SY CLN 23               SY CLN 24                       SY CLN 25
S-11       TS CLN 22                                 
D-3        TS CLN 11         TS CLN 12               TS CLN 13                       TS CLN 14

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Area       PO CLN (SESSION 3)                        PO CLN (SESSION 4)


JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

D-3        TS CLN 5          TS CLN 15               TS CLN 16                       TS CLN 17

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Area       PO CLN (SESSION 5)                        PO CLN (SESSION 6)
CLINICAL AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY CLN 1 Room: S2 BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS OF PROBLEM BEHAVIOURS IN PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES (MENTAL RETARDATION) Convener(s): Eric EMERSON; The University of Manchester, UK Chairperson(s): Pere RUEDA QUITLETT, Fundacion Uliazpi, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain SY CLN (1) 1 DESCRIPTIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF SEVERE CHALLEGING BEHAVIOR Eric EMERSON Hester Adrian Research Centre, University of Manchester, UK SY CLN (1) 2 BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AS A BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERVENTION PLAN FOR BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS Jose GONI Fundacion Ulazpi, Donostia; San Sebastian, Spain SY CLN (1) 3 COGNITIVE RE-EDUCATION OF THE SEVERLY MENTALLY RETARDED AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR SOCIAL INTEGRATION: AN ITALIAN EXPERIENCE Lucio MODERATO Bureau of Services for Handicapped Persons, Milano, Italy SY CLN (1) 4 THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THEORETICAL COMPETENCE AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES Willy-Tore MORCH Arkeshus Fylkeskommune, Follo Helsheim, Solfallsvien, Norway SY CLN (1) 5 MODIFIYING SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR BY NON-AVERSIVE TREATMENT WITHIN A SYSTEMS APROACH Heinz MUHL & Heinz NEUKATER, Institut fur Erzieuhungswissenschaft, Universitat Oldenburg, Germany SY CLN (1) 6 SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR: THE CASE FOR PROACTIVE EARLY INTERVENTION Chris OLIVER University of Birmingham, England SY CLN (1) 7 THE ACQUISITION OF QUESTION-ANSWERING SKILLS: AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS Olimpia PINO & Paolo MODERATO, Universita di Palermo, Italy SY CLN (1) 8 SEVERE BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS AND THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTIONS IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS: ELEMENTS OF A COMPREHENSIVE MODEL AND ISSUES RELATED TO THE UTILIZATION OF AVERSIVE VS NON AVERSIVE STRATEGIES Christopher REZENDE Arkeshus Fylkeskommune, Follo Helsheim, Solfallsvien, Norway Discussant(s): Giulio LANCIONI, Rijks Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands SY CLN 3 Room: S3 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Chris R. BREWIN; Royal Holloway University of London, UK SY CLN (3) 1 THE JUDGEMENT OF FUTURE RISK IN PTSD Tim DALGLEISH ; Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK SY CLN (3) 2 ATTRIBUTIONAL PROCESSES IN PTSD Stephen JOSEPH ; University of Ulster, Ireland SY CLN (3) 3 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY IN PTSD Richard J. McNALLY ; Harvard University, Cambridge, USA SY CLN (3) 4 DEPRESSION AND PTSD: WHAT IS THEIR RELATION? Chris R. BREWIN ; Royal Holloway University of London, UK SY CLN 7 Room: S4 NEW TRENDS IN CHILD BEHAVIOR THERAPY: SERVICE DELIVERY, ACTION RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ian M. EVANS; & Alice G. FRIEDMAN; State University of New York at Binghamton, USA SY CLN (7) 1 PREPARATION FOR A MORE EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF BEHAVIOR THERAPY IN THE SCHOOL SETTING: BASIC TRAINING OF TEACHERS AND POST-GRADUATE TRAINING OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS Anastasia KALANTZI-AZIZI University of Athens, Greece & Janitha MOLVEAR, Center of Mental Health, Island of Zakynthos, Greece SY CLN (7) 2 INTEGRATING BEHAVIOR THERAPY INTO PEDIATRIC HEALTH CARE SETTINGS: A MODEL FOR EARLY INTERVENTION Alice G. FRIEDMAN & Donna M. GATES, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA SY CLN (7) 3 COLLABORATION BETWEEN SPECIALIST AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH AUTISM AND RELATED DISORDERS María CALLIAS Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals, London, England SY CLN (7) 4 OUT OF THE CLINIC AND INTO THE WOODS: FINDING BOTH TREES AND FOREST FOR CHILD BEHAVIOR THERAPY IN RURAL SETTINGS Ian M. EVANS State University of New York at Binghamton, New York, USA Discussant(s): Donald K. ROUTH, University of Miami, USA SY CLN 11 Room: CIII EMOTION AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: PHYSIOLOGICAL, BEHAVIORAL AND COGNITIVE DIMENSIONS Convener(s): Peter J. LANG; University of Florida, USA Chairperson(s): Arne ÖHMAN SY CLN (11)1 FEAR AND PAIN CHANGES CORTICAL REPRESENTATION Niels BIRBAUMER ; FLOR, H; ELBERT, T. & PAULI, P. Universites of Tübingen, Berlin and Münster, Germany SY CLN (11)2 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE BEHAVIOIURAL INHIBITION AND BEHAVIOUR APPROACH SYSTEM Jeffrey GRAY & COOR, Philip & FOTIADOU, Maria & WILSON, Glenn. Institute of Psychiatry, U.K. SY CLN (11)3 MEASURING EMOTION AND MOTIVATION: FEAR, ATTENTION, AND AROUSAL Peter J. LANG & BRADLEY, Margaret M. & CUTHBERT, Bruce N. University of Florida, USA SY CLN (11)4 FEAR, ANXIETY, AND THE PREATTENTIVE ACTIVATION OF EMOTION Arne ÖHMAN Karolinska Hospital, Sweeden TS CLN 3 Room: D-3 SPECIFIC CLINICAL PROBLEMS III (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (3) 1 A PROGAM OF IMPROVING THE EFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY IN TREATMENT OF NEUROTICS PATIENTS USING PROBLEM SOLVING GRUPAL METHOLOGY: A QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE Juan Antonio del POZO IRRIBARRIA ; SERVICIO VASCO DE SALUD (OSAKIDETZA), SPAIN TS CLN (3) 2 STREEFUL LIFE EVENTS AND ATTIBUTIONAL STYLE DIMENSIONS AS PREDICTORS OF DEPRESSION Carmen RODRIGUEZ NARANJO & A. GODOY & R. ESTEVE; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN TS CLN (3) 3 SOCIAL ANXIETY IN SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS M. Teresa BEL & J. GUARCH & R. CIRICI & J. OBIOLS & D. PALAO; HOSPITAL CLINIC I PROVINCIAL DE BARCELONA, SPAIN TS CLN 8 Room: D-4 ONTOPSYCHOLOGY TS CLN (8) 1 MAN: ETHIC AND AESTHETIC. BODY LANGUAGE ACCORDING TO ONTOPSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION Simona D'AMARIO A.I.O., ITALY TS CLN (8) 2 CINEMA THERAPEUTIC INVESTIGATION: BEYOND THE LOWEST DEPTHS OF THE FEMALE MIND Roberta BROBEDANI ; A.I.O., ITALY TS CLN (8) 3 THE ONTOPSYCHOLOGICAL CINETHERAPY AS AN INSTRUMENT TO SOCIALIZE PSYCHOTHERAPY Cristina MILIACCA ; INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ONTOPSYCHOLOGY, ITALY TS CLN (8) 4 ONTOPSYCHOLOGICAL IMAGOGY Gianfranco NESCI A.I.O., ITALY TS CLN (8) 5 ONTOPSYCHOLOGICAL MUSIC THERAPY AS A HELP IN THE PROCESS OF CLINICAL PSICHOTHERAPY AND AUTHENTICATION María PICCOLO ; AAOCIAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE DI ONTOPSICOLOGIA A.I.O., ITALY TS CLN 18 Room: S-11 COGNITIVE DISORDERS (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (18) 1 EARLY INTERVENTION ON THE STUTTERING Jose A. LOPEZ-VILLALOBOS & M. Isabel SANCHEZ-AZON, SPAIN TS CLN (18) 2 STRATEGIES FOR MOTIVATIONAL TRAINING. APPLICABILITY TO MENTAL DEFICIENCY FIELD Luciano MONTERO VIEJO & Jesús ALONSO TAPIA; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN TS CLN (18) 3 COMPARATIVE STUDY ABOUT "RELATIONSHIPS" IN CHILDREN BETWEEN 4 AND 5 YEARS NORMATIVE AND WITH "LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT" Mª José PETIT PEREZ & Pilar REVILLA; CENTRO DE REHABILITACION DEL LENGUAJE, SPAIN POSTER SESSION 1 PO CLN 3 DEVELOPMENT OF A MEASURE OF THE PREALCOHOLIC PERSONALITY Gordon BARNES & David PATTON & Robert MURRAY; UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA, CANADA PO CLN 4 DIFFERENTIAL EFFICACY OF VARIOUS TREATMENT TECHNIQUES OF BULIMIA C. BERROCAL & A. GAVINO & C. RODRIGUEZ-NARANJO & A. GODOY; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO CLN 6 PHYSICAL EXERCISE AND ORAL HYGIENE HABITS AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN GRANADA (SPAIN) Tomás J. CARRASCO GIMENEZ & Maria L. ADAME & Miguel PEREZ & Jaime VILA & Susana ALVAREZ & Juan C. SIERRA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 7 THE INFLUENCE OF SALIVARY ACTIVITY IN EVALUATING TOBACCO CONSUMPTION IN ADOLESCENTS, BY DETERMINING THE LEVEL OF THIOCYANATE IN SALIVA Tomás J. CARRASCO GIMENEZ & Maria L. ADAME & Miguel PEREZ & Jaime VILA & Susana ALVAREZ & Juan C. SIERRA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 8 VARIABLES LINKED TO FALIURE IN QUITTING SMOKING Tomás J. CARRASCO GIMENEZ & Maria L. ADAME & Miguel PEREZ & Jaime VILA & Susana ALVAREZ & Juan C. SIERRA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 9 KORO: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE CHINESE EXPERIENCE Sheung-Tak CHENG ; CITY POLYTECHNIC OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG PO CLN 10 THE TEN PER CENT SOLUTION: HOMOSEXUALITY THEN AND NOW John H. COURT ; Fuller Theological Seminary, USA PO CLN 11 CHILDHOOD PHYSICAL ABUSE, PERCEIVED SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND SOCIO-EMOTIONAL STATUS IN ADULTHOOD Julie L. CROUCH Joel S. MILNER & John A. CALISO; NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, USA PO CLN 13 MAJOR LIFE EVENTS DURING CHILDHOOD, DEPRESSION & PARENTAL STRESS OF NEGLIGENT MOTHERS Louise ETHIER & Carl LACHARITE & Germain COUTURE; UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A TROIS-RIVIERES, CANADA PO CLN 14 PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN SCHOOLCHILDREN AS OBSERVED BY THE EDUCATION PROMOTION AND GUIDANCE TEAMS Trinidad María GARCIA BERBEN & María Dolores CALERO GARCIA & Antonio FERNANDEZ PARRA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 15 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN Trinidad María GARCIA BERBEN & María Dolores CALERO GARCIA & Antonio FERNANDEZ PARRA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 16 COPING STYLES OF SMALL GROUPS Leena HEIKKILA ; PIRKANMAA SOCIAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNES, FINLAND PO CLN 17 SOME PERSONALITY VARIABLES AND SCHOOL CHILDREN'S USE OF LEGAL DRUGS Carlos ALONSO & Victoria DEL BARRIO; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, SPAIN PO CLN 19 ONCOLOGIC AND NON ONCOLOGIC CHRONICALLY. DIFFERENCES IN PERSONALITY VARIABLES Carmen IZQUIERDO & MANZANO,J.M. & BLANCO, A.L. & GONZALEZ-TABLAS, M.M. & SOSA, C.L. & LLORCA, G.; FACULTAD DE MEDICINA, SALAMANCA, SPAIN PO CLN 20 VALIDATION OF THE SNIJDERS-OOMEN NONVERBAL TEST FOR AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES Josephine C. JENKINSON ; DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA CLN Room: S2 FACTS & MYTHS ABOUT CULTURE-SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: THE CASE OF SOMATIZATION AMONG CHINESE Fanny M. CHEUNG; CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, Hong Kong SY CLN 8 Room: S4 FAMILY INTERACTION AND COMMUNICATION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Martha GIVAUDAN; INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE INVESTIGACION DE FAMILIA Y POBLACION, A.C. (IMIFAP), Mexico SY CLN (8) 1 VIOLENCE ET LE MALTRAITMENT INTRAFAMILIAL, UN MODELE CULTUREL COMMUNICATION Elvia VARGAS TRUJILLO ICIFAP, Bogotá, Colombia & Elvira VASQUEZ ESCOBAR, Universidad Javierana, Bogotá, Colombia SY CLN (8) 2 FAMILY COMMUNICATION ABOUT SEXUALITY, IN A COLOMBIAN RURAL AREA Jimena ISAZA CUELLAR & M.P. MORALES ROMANOWSKI, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia & Elvira VARGAS TRUJILLO, ICIFAP, Bogotá, Colombia SY CLN (8) 3 FAMILY SUPPORT AND RELATIONSHIP WITH PARENTS: IMPACT ON EMOTIONAL STATUS IN MEXICAN ADOLESCENTS. ARE THERE DIFFERENCES BY GENDER ? Catalina GONZALEZ FORTEZA Mexican Institute of Psychiatry, Mexico City, Mexico & Patricia ANDRADE PALOS, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico. SY CLN (8) 4 ADOLESCENTS' MEANING OF FAMILY, FATHER, AND MOTHER Patricia ANDRADE PALOS UNAM, Mexico SY CLN (8) 5 ADOLESCENT SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND HIV PREVENTION Ellen WEISS International Center for Research on Women, Washington, USA SY CLN (8) 6 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COMMUNICATION ON SEXUALITY WITHIN THE FAMILY Martha E. GIVAUDAN INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE INVESTIGACION DE FAMILIA Y POBLACION, A.C. (IMIFAP), Mexico Discussant(s): Catalina GONZALEZ FORTEZA, Mexican Institute of Psychiatry, Mexico SY CLN 12 Room: CIII PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH AND MENTAL HEALTH POLICY Convener(s): Patrick W.L. LEUNG; The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Chairperson(s): Kenneth I. HOWARD; Northwestern University, USA SY CLN (12)1 THE MEASUREMENT OF PROGRESS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Kenneth HOWARD University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY CLN (12)2 TREATMENT RESEARCHO FOR DRUG ABUSE: PRELIMINARY FINFINGS OF META-ANALYTIC REVIEW Guillermo BERNAL Department of Psychology, Puerto Rico SY CLN (12)3 Rogelio ISLA & DE LA PARRA, Guillermo; Instituto Chileno de Psicoterapia Analftica, Chile SY CLN (12)4 PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH WITH THE CHINESE Patrick W.L. LEUNG & LEE, Peter W.H. SY CLN (12)5 PSYCHOTHERAPISTS AS PROVIDERS OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: REPORT OF AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY David ORLINSKY University os Chicago, USA Discussant(s): Kenneth I. HOWARD; Northwestern University, USA TS CLN 1 Room: S-3 SPECIFIC CLINICAL PROBLEMS I TS CLN (1) 1 HALLUCINATIONS: A SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE Ihsan AL-ISSA ; THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY, CANADA TS CLN (1) 2 THE INFLUENCE OF FEAR OF AIDS AND DENIAL OF AIDS ON CONDOM USE AND AIDS TESTING Carina CANALES ; CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, USA TS CLN (1) 3 SOCIAL SENSITIVITY: A SHARED FEATURE OF ALL PHOBIAS Ariel STRAVYNSKI & M. BASOGLU & M. MARKS & S. SENGUN & I.M. MARKS; Centre de Recherche Fernand-Seguin, CANADA TS CLN (1) 4 EFFICACITE D'UN TRAITMENT PAR ACUPUNCTURE AVEC DES ALCOOLIQUES OU TOXICOMANES EN DEBUT DE DEMRCHE DE READAPTATION Jean-Yves FRIGON & Michel GERMAIN & Jean BOISLARD; UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL, CANADA TS CLN (1) 5 PSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES IN ATTITUDES TOWARDS CONTROVERSIAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN REPRODUCTION Bahman BALUCH & Anthony FALLONE; UNIVERSITY OF LUTON, U.K. TS CLN (1) 6 GROUP TREATMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS (PANIC ATTACKS) WITH COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL TECHNIQUES: A PROFILE OF CLINICAL EVOLUTION Margarita ALVAREZ SPAIN TS CLN (1) 7 DRUG ABUSE AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Jitendra MOHAN & Parmjit KAUR, PANJAB UNIVERSITY, INDIA TS CLN 4 Room: D-3 CHILDREN'S CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY TS CLN (4) 1 THE CHILD WITH HANDICAP AND HIS FAMILY: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION IN A DAY HOSPITAL OF NEURORIABILIATION Silvia MIGNANI & G. ALBERTINI, ITALY TS CLN (4) 2 PERSONAL TRAITS AND ENVIRONMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH CONDUCT DISORDERS IN CHILDREN Jean TOUPIN & Robert PAUZE & Michèle DERY & Henri MERCIER & Laurier FORTIN & Réjean DION & Eric YERGEAU; UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE, CANADA TS CLN (4) 3 A SYNCOPE EPIDEMIC IN A SECONDARY SCHOOL: INVESTIGATIONS, INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME Peter W.H. LEE & P.W. LEUNG & A.S.M. FUNG & L. LOW & M.C. TSANG & W.C. LEUG; THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG TS CLN (4) 4 FAMILIY CHILDREARING PRACTICES THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE EMERGENCY Regina Helena L. CALDANA & Zelia María M. BIASOLI-ALVES & María Helena G.F. DIAS DA SILVA; UNIVERSIDADE DE SAO PAULO, BRAZIL TS CLN (4) 5 REUSSITE SCOLAIRE, ENVIRONNEMENT SOCIAL ET TROUBLES DES CONDUITES Laurier FORTIN Michèle DERY & Jean TOUPIN & Robert PAUZE & Henri MERCIER; UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE, CANADA TS CLN (4) 6 ATTITUDES ÉDUCATIVES, CONNAISSANCES DE L'ENFANT ET COMPÉTENCE PARENTALE Jean GAUDREAU ; UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL, CANADA TS CLN 9 Room: D-4 ANALYSIS OF CLINICAL SERVICES, PROGRAMS, AND CENTERS TS CLN (9) 1 EVALUATION DE SERVICES COMMUNAUTAIRES DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA MALADIE MENTALE: LE POINT DE VUE DE TROIS TYPES D'ACTEURS Francine DUFORT & Bertrand CLOUTIER & Suzanne LANDRY; UNIVERSITE LAVAL, CANADA TS CLN (9) 2 TOWARDS COMMUNITY-BASED PROVISION OF PRIMARY PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN IN RURAL COMMUNITIES Cheryl D. FOXCROFT ; UNIVERSITY OF PORT ELIZABETH, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA TS CLN (9) 3 THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY CENTRED MENTAL HEALTH POLICY AND PRACTICES IN CANADA Edward POMEROY J. TRAINOR & B. PAPE; BROCK UNIVERSITY, CANADA TS CLN (9) 4 SOCIAL POWER AND SCHOOL BASED DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAMS Joel H. BROWN & Marianne D'EMIDIO-CASTON & Jerome BECK; PACIFIC INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH AND EBALUATION (PIPE), U.S.A TS CLN (9) 5 THE STUDY OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY IN THE HISPANIC POPULATION IN JERSEY CITY MEDICAL CENTER IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY Manuel SANTIZO & Ana BANCHS, City University of New Ypork, USA TS CLN (9) 6 A CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF AIDS PREVENTION: HONG KONG AND THE UNITED STATES Ellen S. SILVERMAN VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE and STATE UNIVERSITY, USA & Josephine LAW, Hong Kong TS CLN 19 Room: S-11 THERAPY GROUPS AND COMMUNITY SERVICES (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (19) 1 JOB INTEGRATION OF THE CHRONICALLY MENTALLY ILL Carlos C. ALBARES & S. ALONSO; CIDESO: FUNDACION CIENCIA, DEMOCRACIA Y SOCIEDAD, MADRID, SPAIN TS CLN (19) 2 THERAPY GROUPS WITH FOCALIZED OBJECTIVES AND LIMITED TIME: AN EXPERIENCE IN SERVICE, TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL Irma J. LORENTZEN ; UNIVERSIDAD NAL. AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO TS CLN (19) 3 GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY IN INSTITUTIONS A LIFE EXPERIENCE MODEL OF TEACHING Lilian KLEIN ; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO TS CLN (19) 4 CONSTRUCTIVISM SISTEMIC PSICOTHERAPY WITHIN COMUNITAIR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT. Sandra BENADRETTI & Rafael SEPULVEDA & Ignacio LLABACA & Carolina DARVILLE & Manuel LOUSAS; CENTRO COMUNITARIO PADRE HURTADO, CHILE +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA CLN 1 Room: S2 THE NEW LOOK IN INTELLIGENCE Hans J. EYSENCK; University of London, United Kingdom +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 14:30 +----------------------------------+ KA CLN 2 Room: S2 NEW TRENDS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Hector FERNANDEZ-ALVAREZ; AIGLE-Centro de Estudios Humanos, Argentina SY CLN 9 Room: S4 THE THERAPEUTIC POWER OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH REFERENCE TO THE EMERGE OF SELF AND SELF IDENTITY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Arthur TEICHER; Private Practice, New York, USA SY CLN (9) 1 RESOLVING DISTORTIONS IN THE SELF IN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY:THE CHRONOLOGICAL ELEVATOR Michael P. ANDRONICO USA SY CLN (9) 2 RE-EMERGENCE OF SELF THROUGH GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY Morris GOODMAN SY CLN (9) 3 EMOTION AND COGNITION AS DIMENSIONS OF SELF STRUCTURE. Mª Rita MENDES LEAL UNIVERSITY OF LISBOA, PORTUGAL. SY CLN (9) 4 GROUP ANALYSIS AS A MATRIX FOR SELFHOOD Malcolm PINES PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL SOCIETY, GROUP ANALYSIS, TAVISTOCK CLINIC. LONDON. SY CLN 13 Room: CIII LA PSYCOTÉRAPIE ONTOPSYCHOLOGIQUE (Language: French) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Loretta LORENZINI; Associazione Italiana di Ontopsicologia, Italy SY CLN (13)1 L' EMPLOI DES IMAGES EN LA PSYCHOTHERAPIE ONTOPSYCHOLOGIQUE Marghetita CAROTENUTO Associazione Italiana di Ontopsicologia (A.I.O.), Italia SY CLN (13)2 L' ESPERIENCE DE LA PSYCHOTHERAPIE ONTOPSYCHOLOGIQUE EN BREZIL Jose DARCI DALBOSCO Brazil SY CLN (13)3 ALTERNATIVE MODEL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY AS APPLICATION OF ONTOPSYCHOLOGY Alexandre, B. ORLOW Russia SY CLN (13)4 L' AGGRESSIVITE DE LA FEMME EN L' EXPERIENCE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIQUE TESTA SANDRA Associazione Italiana di Ontopsicologia (A.I.O.) TS CLN 2 Room: S-3 SPECIFIC CLINICAL PROBLEMS II TS CLN (2) 1 CHARACTERISTICS OF TINNITUS RELATED TO ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION Soly ERLANDSSON ; UNIVERSITY OF GOTEBORG, SWEDEN TS CLN (2) 2 FOOD BANK USERS. THE NEW POOR Gwennyth McLACHLAN & Erica CERNY; YORK UNIVERSITY, CANADA TS CLN (2) 3 FACTORS ENHANCING SOCIAL INTERACTION IN BICULTURAL WORKING GROUPS BETWEEN HEARING AND DEAF PEOPLE Gunnel A.M. BACKENROTH-OHSAKO STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN TS CLN (2) 4 THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL EATING IN BULIMIA, BINGE EATING AND DIETING FAILURE Edward E. ABRAMSON ; California State University, U.S.A. TS CLN (2) 5 LA CARNET ALIMENTAIRE: EVOLUTION CHEZ DES PATIENTS HOSPITALISES PAR DES TROUBLES DE CONDUITES ALIMENTAIRES Isabelle BICHINDARITZ & L. ROMO-JIMENEZ & L. BOLAN MACHUCA & B. SAMUEL-LAJEUNESSE, FRANCE TS CLN (2) 6 COGNITIVE AND EGO-FUNCTION STATUS OF HEMOPHILIACS OF CALCUTTA Jayanti BASU & Somnath BHATTACHARYYA; University of Calcutta, India TS CLN (2) 7 PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF HEMOPHILIACS IN CALCUTTA CITY Somnath BHATTACHARYYA & Jayanti BASU; University of Calcutta, India TS CLN 6 Room: D-3 AGRESSION AND VICTIMIZATION II (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (6) 1 SEXUAL ABUSE DURING CHILDHOOD AS A PREDICTOR OF PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN URBAN ADOLESCENTS Juan José SANCHEZ-SOSA MEXICO TS CLN (6) 2 THE EFFECT OF THE EXPERIENCE OF DELICTIVE OFFENSES IN THE FEAR OF VICTIMIZATION. A COMPARATIVE GENDER ANALYSIS Luciana RAMOS LIRA & Rolando DIAZ-LOVING & M. Teresa SALTIJERAL & Gabriela SALDIVAR; INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE PSIQUIATRIA, MEXICO TS CLN (6) 3 THE PERSONAL MEANING OF THE VIOLENT EVENT IN VICTIMS OF ROBBERY, HOUSE BURGLARY AND RAPE Luciana RAMOS LIRA & R. ESTEBAN & J. ACEVES LOZANO & M.T. SALTIJERAL & M.A. CABALLE; INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE PSIQUIATRIA, MEXICO TS CLN 20 Room: S-11 SEXUAL DISORDERS AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (20) 1 FORMULATION AND TREATMENT OF A PAIDOFILIA CASE M. Angeles MARTINEZ ESTEBAN & Teresa GONZALEZ COCA; CENTRO DE ASESORAMIENTO Y TRATAMIENTO PSICOLOGICO, SPAIN TS CLN (20) 2 ANALYSIS OF THE COUPLE RELATIONSHIP IN THE WOMEN UNDERGONE TUBAL STERILIZATION Vicente MERINO BARRAGAN & Fernando JIMENEZ GOMEZ & Guadalupe SANCHEZ CRESPO; UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, SAPIN TS CLN (20) 3 ANALYSIS OF SEXUAL RESPONSE IN THE WOMEN WHO UNDERGONE TUBAL ESTERILIZATION Vicente MERINO BARRAGAN & Fernando JIMENEZ GOMEZ & Guadalupe SANCHEZ CRESPO; UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, SPAIN TS CLN (20) 4 AIDS IN GROUPS OF HIGH RISK: STUDY OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND ATTITUDES TO THE DISEASE Carlos PORTOCARRERO & R. BONIFAZ MEJIA, PERU TS CLN (20) 5 NEW PERSPECTIVES IN STUDIES OF OFFENDER REHABILITATION: PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACH Isabel M. MIKULIC ; UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA POSTER SESSION 2 PO CLN 22 HASSLES AND UPLIFTS AMONG CHILDREN IN BILINGUAL CLASSROOMS Barbara K. GOZA & Leonora ARIAS; CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, USA PO CLN 23 THE MATE: A SPYCHOLOGICAL INSTRUMENT THAT MEASURE THE EFFECTS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY APPLIED TO COUPLES Celedonio CASTANEDO SECADAS & José A. BUENO ALVAREZ, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN PO CLN 25 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH: FROM JASPERSIAN PROSPECTIVE TO AN ONTOPSYCHOLOGICAL SOLUTION Giuseppe INCARBONE ; ASSOCIAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE DI ONTOPSICOLOGIA A.I.O., ITALY PO CLN 27 EXTERNALICER AND INTERNALIZER DISTURBANCES IN INFANTILE-JUVENILE MENTAL HEALTH Jose A. LOPEZ-VILLALOBOS & M. Isabel SANCHEZ-AZON, SPAIN PO CLN 28 COGNITIVE INHIBITION AND PSYCHOTIC SYMPTOMS Emmanuelle R. PETERS & Alan PICKERING & David HEMSLEY; INSTITUTE OF PSYCHIATRY, UNITED KINGDOM PO CLN 30 THE TREATMENT OF SMOKERS IN SPAIN: CURRENT SITUATION AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES Elisardo BECOÑA ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN PO CLN 31 IMPACT OF 1992's NO TOBACCO DAY (May 31st) IN TO GIVE UP SMOKING IN GALICIA (SPAIN) Elisardo BECOÑA & M.J. FUENTES; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN PO CLN 32 THE BEHAVIORAL PROCEDURES IN THE TREATMENT OF SMOKERS: FROM EFFICACY TO DE DISSEMINATION OF PROGRAMS Elisardo BECOÑA & P. GARCIA & A. PALOMARES & F.L. VAZQUEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN PO CLN 33 INFLUENCE OF THE STAFF INTERACTIVE STYLE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF INSTITUCIONALIZED MENTALLY RETARDED M. Dolores CALERO & M.C. GARCIA-LINARES & M.A. LOZANO; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 34 NEW CHANCES FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENTS Fernando CANET & J. SEBASTIAN & P. GIL & F. ALONSO; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO CLN 35 THE AGGRESIVE BEHAVIORS IN THE SCHOOL CONTEXT: A PURPOSE TO THE RELAPSE PROBLEM M. Pilar CASTRO CORMENZANA SPAIN PO CLN 36 THE PROGRAM "MOTHER-CHILD PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT" AND THE MALTREATMENT RISK EVOLUTION Angeles CEREZO & M.J. CANTERO & S. ALHAMBRA; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO CLN 37 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SEQUELAE OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Amable Manuel CIMA MUÑOZ ; GABINETE DE NEUROPSICOLOGIA Y TERAPIA DEL COMPORTAMIENTO, SPAIN PO CLN 38 CASE STUDY: ONE ORIENTATION PROGRAM TO MOTHERS WITH A DOWN SINDROME BABY Neucideia COLNAGO & Zelia Maria M. BIASOLI-ALVES; UNIVERSIDADE DE SAO PAULO, BRAZIL PO CLN 39 A COMMUNITY PREVENTIVE AND HEALTHY PROMOTIONAL PROGRAM IN THE EARLY COURSES AT SECONDARY SCHOOL (EE.MM.). AN EXPERIENCE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK José DE LA CORTE NAVAS & Components of the Municipal Psychopedagogical Service of Getafe, Madrid PO CLN 40 SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF MOTHER-CHILD INTERACTION. A CASE STUDY OF ABUSIVE MOTHER AND OPPOSITIONAL CHILD Ana D'OCON GIMENEZ & M. Angeles CEREZO JIMENEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 16:00 +----------------------------------+ KA CLN 3 Room: S2 IS THERE A FUTURE FOR CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY: A LONG PAST, A VIBRANT PRESENT AND A UNCERTAIN FUTURE Antonio E. PUENTE; University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY CLN 2 Room: S2 COGNITIVE FACTORS, STRESS, AND RELAPSE IN NON-PSYCHOTIC UNIPOLAR DEPRESSION (Language: Spanish) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Francisco BAS RAMALLO; Centro de Psicología Bertrand Russell, Spain SY CLN (2) 1 STUDY OF THE DROPOUTS RELAPSE AND RECURRENCIES IN THE FOLLOWING UNIPOLAR DEPRESSIVE PATIENTS TREATED WITH COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY Verania ANDRES & Francisco BAS; Psychological Center "Bertrand Russel", Madrid, Spain SY CLN (2) 2 EVALUATION OF THE SPECIFICITY HYPOTHESIS IN THE ATTRIBUTIONAL STYLE OF DEPPRESIVE PATIENTS OPPOSITE TO PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS AND NORMAL SUBJECTS Verania ANDRES & C. MORGADE & R. MARTIN; Psychological Center "Bertrand Russel", Madrid, Spain SY CLN (2) 3 ATTRIBUTIONAL STYLE AND PRECIPITANT STRESS FACTORS IN AUTONOMUS AND DEPENDENT DEPRESSIVES Verania ANDRES & R. NUÑEZ & N. PIÑEIRO; Psychological Center "Bertrand Russel", Madrid, Spain SY CLN (2) 4 SELF-ATTENTION NATURAL PROGRAMS OF DISFUNCTIONAL THOUGHTS IN DEPRESSIVES, NORMALS AND OTHER PSYCHOPATHOLOGIES AND THEIR THEORETIC AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE Francisco BAS ; Psychological Center "Bertrand Russel", Madrid, Spain SY CLN (2) 5 EVALUATION OR BECKS COGNITIVE NEGATIVE TRIAD AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER VARIABLES IN UNIPOLAR DEPRESSIVE PATIENTS, PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS AND NORMAL SUBJECTS Francisco BAS & S. BAS; Psychological Center "Bertrand Russel", Madrid, Spain SY CLN (2) 6 DIFFERENTIAL STYLE OF COPING WITH STRESS IN AUTONOMOUS AND DEPENDENT DEPRESSIVES AND NON-DEPRESSIVES IN A SAMPLE OF UNIPOLAR DEPRESSIVE OUTPATIENTS Francisco BAS & M.M. RUA & J. RING; Psychological Center "Bertrand Russel", Madrid, Spain SY CLN 5 Room: S3 PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH: RECENT ADVANCES Convener(s): Rebecca C. CURTIS; Adelphi University, USA Chairperson(s): Erhardt MERGENTHALER, University of Ulm, Germany SY CLN (5) 1 THE DESIGN OF CLINICALLY RELEVANT OUTCOME RESEARCH: SOME CONSIDERATIONS AND AN EXAMPLE Kenneth HOWARD ; Northwestern University, ILL, USA SY CLN (5) 2 COMPUTER INSIGHTS INTO THE PSYCHOANALYTIC PROCESS Erhard MERGENTHALER ; University of Ulm, Germany & Wilma BUCCI; Derner Institute, Adelphi University, USA SY CLN (5) 3 CHANGES IN THERAPY: PERCEPTIONS OF PATIENTS AND THERAPISTS Serma COSKUNTUNA & Jessica WRIGHT & Rebecca CURTIS; Derner Institute, NY, USA SY CLN (5) 4 VERBAL RESPONSE MODES AND THE LINGUISTIC THERAPY OF EVALUATION Isabel CARO & M. Jose PINAR & Laura RIOS; University of Valencia, Spain SY CLN 10 Room: S4 APPLICATIONS OF THE CHEMICAL SENSES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Michael KIRK-SMITH; University of Ulster, N. Ireland & David STRETCH; University of Leicester, UK SY CLN (10) 1 AN INTRODUCTORY TO OLFACTION Catherine ROUBY Universite Claude Bernard Lyon, France SY CLN (10) 2 SOCIAL ASPECTS OF OLFACTION AND THEIR APPLICATIONS Gary BEAUCHAMP University of Pennsylvania, USA SY CLN (10) 3 THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS IN OLFACTION AND THEIR MECHANISMS Michael KIRK-SMITH University of Ulster, N. Ireland SY CLN (10) 4 RESEARCH DESIGNS IN THE APPLICATIONS OF OLFACTION David STRETCH University of Leicester, UK SY CLN (10) 5 THE CURRENT PRACTICE AND HISTORY OF AROMATHERAPY Dieter WABNER Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany SY CLN 14 Room: CIII ISSUES IN TRAINING AND PRACTICE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IN ASIA Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ching Chuen LU CHAN; The Hong Kong Psychological Society, Hong Kong SY CLN (14)1 EXPANDING THE HORIZON OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY INTO A POLICE SETTING IN ASIA -THE HONG KONG EXPERIENCE. Eddie LI KAM-WAH Force Psychology Division, Hong Kong SY CLN (14)2 ISSUES IN TRAINING AND PRACTICE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IN ASIA Terushi TOMITA Nihon Fukushi University, Japan SY CLN (14)3 ISSUES IN TRAINING AND PRACTICE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IN ASIA (PHILIPPINES) Mª Lourdes A. CARANDANG Ateneo De Manila University, Philippines SY CLN (14)4 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IN SINGAPORE: GROWING PAINS AND HEALTHY GAINS Richard LION & NAIR, E.; National Univesity of Singapore, Singapore SY CLN (14)5 ISSUES IN TRAINING AND PRACTICE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IN TAIWAN Yin-chang WU Nacional Taiwan University, Taiwan TS CLN 7 Room: D-3 DEPRESSION TS CLN (7) 1 TRAUMATIC STRESS AND STRESS RESILIENCE FACTORS IN PARTURIENT WOMEN: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING POST-NATAL DEPRESSION Tünde Z. MEIKLE ; AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA TS CLN (7) 2 I CAN'T FORGET-RELATION BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND RETRIEVAL DISINHIBITION Victor CLAUDIO & Michael POWER; INSTITUTO SUPERIOR DE PSICOLOGIA APLICADA, PORTUGAL TS CLN (7) 3 INTERPERSONAL STYLE, LONELINESS AND DEPRESSION Nesrin H. SAHIN & Aysegül DURAK & Yesin YASAK-GÜLTEKIN; BILKENT UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER, TURKEY TS CLN (7) 4 THE USE OF HYPNOSIS IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM BEREAVEMENT George SAVAGE ; CAPE TECHNIKON "Deo Gratias", SOUTH AFRICA TS CLN (7) 5 FAMILY FUNCTIONING, ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR, PARENTAL REJECTION, SELF-CONCEPT AS PREDICTORS OF DEPRESSED MOOD IN ADOLESCENTS Cheryl SO YUK-CHI ; CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG TS CLN (7) 6 SOCIAL SUPPORT, SELF ESTEEM AND EVOLUTION OVER SIX MONTHS OF A SAMPLE OF PATIENTS WITH MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS Teresa PALLARES; SPAIN TS CLN 10 Room: D-4 MODELS OF SERVICES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY TS CLN (10) 1 DELIVERING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN MULTICULTURAL SOCIETIES Stanley SUE ; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES, USA TS CLN (10) 2 A STUDY OF THE PROCESS AND THE METHOD OF NURSING PSYCHOLOGY ... MEANING OF THE THEORY AND THE PRACTICE Su-Zhen LIU & Zhi-liang YANG; EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY, P.R. CHINA TS CLN (10) 3 PRESCRIPTION PRIVILEGES VERSUS PSYCHOLOGISTS' AUTHORITY: PSYCHOLOGISTS DO BETTER WITHOUT DRUGS Victor D. SANUA USA TS CLN (10) 4 INTENTIONALITY AND SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION Jean-Louis DROLET ; UNIVERSITE LAVAL, CANADA TS CLN 21 Room: S-11 ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS: SMOKING AND PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (21) 1 THE RELAPSE EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE IN SMOKERS Elisardo BECOÑA & M. C. MIGUEZ & F. L. VAZQUEZ & M. P. GARCIA; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN TS CLN (21) 2 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND TOBACCO AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AMONG ADOLESCENTS Tomás J. CARRASCO GIMENEZ & Maria L. ADAME & Miguel PEREZ & Jaime VILA & Susana ALVAREZ & Juan C. SIERRA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN TS CLN (21) 3 THE SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (GALICIA, SPAIN): A TEN YEARS HISTORY Elisardo BECOÑA & P. GARCIA & M.J. FUENTES & M.C. MÙGUEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN TS CLN (21) 4 THE PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING EVALUATED BY THE SOUTH OAKS GAMBLING SCREEN Elisardo BECOÑA & M.J. FUENTES; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN TS CLN (21) 5 THE PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING IN CHILDREN OF 12 TO 14 YEARS OLD IN LA CORUÑA (GALICIA, SPAIN) Elisardo BECOÑA & C. GESTAL; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN TS CLN (21) 6 COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF A SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM WITH DIFFERENT AMOUNT OF THERAPIST-CONTACT M. del Pilar GARCIA & E. BECOÑA; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN TS CLN (21) 7 COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL CHARACTERISTICS IN PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLERS OF SLOT MACHINES S. JIMENEZ-MURCIA & A. GONZALEZ-IBAÑEZ & M. DE GRACIA & C. SALDAÑA & J. VALLEJO; HOSPITAL PRINCEPS D`ESPANYA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY CLN 18 Room: S3 EXECUTIVE STRESS, COPING AND MENTAL HEALTH Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): D.M. PESTONJEE; Indian Institute of Management, India SY CLN (18)1 STRESS AND COPING-SOME LESSONS AND SUGGESTIONS D.M. PESTONJEE & MUNCHERJI, Nina; Indian Institute of Management, India SY CLN (18)2 HOW MUCH EXECUTIVE STRESS IS THERE? Roy PAYNE Sheffield University Management School, UK SY CLN (18)3 A SEMI PROJECTIVE INSTRUMENT TO ASSESS COPING STYLES Udai PAREEK Indian Institute of Health Management Research, India SY CLN (18)4 ADOPTED COPING STRATEGIES AND MENTAL HELATH OF FIRST-LINE SUPERVISORS A.K. SRIVASTAVA Banaras Hindu University, India SY CLN (18)5 THE EFFECTS OF ROLE STRESS, CLIMATE AND EGO-STRENGTH ON PSYCHOLOGICAL STRAIN AND COPING BEHAVIOR IN MIDDLE LEVEL MANAGERS Ashok Pratap SINGH Banaras Hindu University, India SY CLN (18)6 TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF WORK ATTITUDES AND EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING AMONG POLICE OFFICERS Ronald J. BURKE Organizational Behaviour/Industrial Relations SY CLN (18)7 JOB STRESS, PREDICTORS OF JOB STRESS, AND HEALTH IN SENIOR UNIVERSITY STAFF Jagdish DUA University of New England Discussant(s): Usha RAM, India SY CLN 22 Room: S4 VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN THE ASIAN-PACIFIC REGION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Catherine S.K. TANG; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY CLN (22) 1 The sexually harassed and abused experiences among college students in Taiwan Roda CHEN NATIONAL TSING-HUA UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN SY CLN (22) 2 It's what you say that counts, as well as what you do. Interpretive repertories that support violence against women Nicola GAVEY NICOLA GAVEY, PETER ADAMS& ALISON TOWNS, University of Auckland, New Zealand SY CLN (22) 3 Experiences of victims of wife abuse in Hong Kong Catherine TANG CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG-KONG, HONG-KONG SY CLN (22) 4 Social action research on sexual violence in Singapore Colleen WARD NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE. SY CLN (22) 5 Domestic Violence in Japan Mieko YOSHIHAMA UCLA, USA SY CLN (22) 6 Evaluation of Programs for men who are violent or abusive in the home: a stakeholders' approach Frances RUTH UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA SY CLN 26 Room: S2 PERCEPTIONS OF WOMEN'S MENTAL HEALTH VARIABLES: GENDER AND CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Miriam YU; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada SY CLN (26) 1 COLLEGE STUDENTS' PERSPECTIVES OF WOMEN' MENTAL HEALTH Miriam YU MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA SY CLN (26) 2 WOMEN MENTAL HEALTH PERCEPTION CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON Anna Laura COMUNIAN UNIVERSITY OF PADUA, ITALY SY CLN (26) 3 MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN- INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES-P.R. CHINA Huan HENG-YU HENG-YU, H., UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, CHINA; COMUNIAN, A.L., PADUA UNIVERSITY; CULBERTSON, F.M., UNIVERSITY WISCONSIN, USA. SY CLN (26) 4 UNIVERSITY SENIORS' PERCEPTIONS OF FACTORS RELATED TO WOMEN'S MENTAL HEALTH VARIABLES IN TAIPEI TAIWAN. Emily MIAO DWAN-JEN TSENG, CHINESE CULTURE UNIVERSITY IN TAIPEI, TAIWAN. SY CLN (26) 5 PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS' AND GRADUATE' PERCEPTIONS OF WOMEN'S MENTAL HEALTH VARIABLES: GENDER AND STUDENT STATUS COMPARISONS IN A EAST COAST U. S.SAMPLE Joan CHRISLER CONNECTICUT COLLEGE NEW LONDON, USA SY CLN (26) 6 ACOMPARISON OF COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN'S ATTITUDES TOWARDS WOMEN Paul LLOYD STESKA, A., UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, USA. SY CLN (26) 7 MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES Frances M. CULBERTSON UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, USA Discussant(s): Francis CULBERTSON, USA & C.D. SPIELBERGER, USA TS CLN 11 Room: D-3 STRESS AND SOCIAL SUPPORT TS CLN (11) 1 SOCIAL SUPPOT AS A MODERATOR OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL STRESSORS AT WORK AND DEPRESSION. ANALYSISI OF A LONGITUDINAL STUDY Dieter ZAPF & C. DORMAN; University of Giessen, Germany TS CLN (11) 2 MEDIATING VARIABLES IN THE APPRAISAL OF SOCIO-POLITICAL STRESSORS Johan MALAN & J.P. DU PREEZ & K.F.H. BOTHA; POTCHEFSTROOM UNIVERSITY, R.S.A., REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA TS CLN (11) 3 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND SOCIAL SUPPORT AMONGST TEACHERS John L. PROCTOR & David A. ALEXANDER; Grampian Regional Psychological Service, UNITED KINGDOM TS CLN 22 Room: S-11 GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (22) 1 THE PERCEPTION WE HAVE FROM THE PARENTS WHEN WE ARE ADULTS Celedonio CASTANEDO SECADAS SPAIN TS CLN (22) 2 PATIENTS WITH AIDS IN PRISON AND HUMAN RIGHTS Marisela CAMPOS VELAZQUEZ SPAIN TS CLN (22) 3 AN ANLYSIS OF THE PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS AND BELIEFS OF WOMAN IN AN URBAN AREA NEARBY MADRID Patricia VILLAVICENCIO & Marlene NEVES STREY, SPAIN TS CLN (22) 4 APPORTS CLINIQUES AUX TEST 16PF ET CAQ Bernardí MARTORELL BALANZO & Maria FORNS & Juan A. AMADOR; HOSPITAL SANT PAU, SPAIN TS CLN (22) 5 EVALUATION OF THE PROGRAM TO SOFTEN THE DIAGNISIS IMPACT OF WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER Maite ERRO & Cristina MARTINEZ DE TABOADA & Carmen GARCIA; UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO, SPAIN TS CLN (22) 6 PSYCHO-SOCIAL FACTORS RELATED WITH ORGAN DONATION FOR TRANSPLANTATION IN SPANISH POPULATION Antonio MARTIN & Jose M. MARTINEZ & Jorge S. LOPEZ; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN TS CLN (22) 7 CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS PRIOR TO ANY PSYCHOPEDAGOGIC TREATMENT José Angel DE FRANCISCO SPAIN TS CLN (22) 8 THE CHILD LIKE SOCIAL SUBJET. A NEW ATTENTION'S MODEL TO CHILDHOOD Mª de la Luz DEL HIERRO RINCON ; AYUNTAMIENTO DE COSLADA, SPAIN POSTER SESSION 3 PO CLN 41 ANXIETY LEVEL AND COPING STRATEGIES: RELATIONSHIP AND IMPLICATIONS Jose M. DE HARO SPAIN PO CLN 42 COMMUNITARY PARTICIPATION INTO CHILDREN'S SET OF PROBLEMS THROUGH A COMPETENCE PATTERN M. Piedad DELGADO CARAZO & M. Antonia ALVAREZ MONTESERIN RODRIGUEZ & Milagros GONZALEZ LAIZ & Fernando SARDINERO SAC; SERVICIO PSICOPEDAGOGICO MUNICIPAL, SPAIN PO CLN 43 CONDUCT DISORDERS IN 7-11 YEARS OLD CHILDREN: A STUDY OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES Michele DERY & Robert PAUZE & Henri MERCIER & Laurier FORTIN & Jean TOUPIN; UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE, CANADA PO CLN 47 PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH IMPOTENCY Caridad T. GARCIA & R. PADRON; INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE ENDOCRINOLOGIA, CUBA PO CLN 49 THE BUS-DURKEE HOSTILITY INVENTORY: ITS ADAPTATION TO THE SPANISH POPULATION A. GARCIA LEON & M.N. PEREZ MARFIL & J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & N.J. VALENCIA NARANJA & G. REYES DEL PASO; UNIVERSIDAD DE JAEN, SPAIN PO CLN 50 RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF A SPANISH VERSION OF BUS AND PERRY'S QUESTIONNAIRE (1992) REGARDING AGRESSION A. GARCIA LEON & M.N. PEREZ MARFIL & J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & N.J. VALENCIA NARANJA & G. REYES DEL PASO; UNIVERSIDAD DE JAEN, SPAIN PO CLN 51 MEMORY AND SMELL IN PATIENTS WITH TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSY L.M. GARCIA-MORENO & M.C. ZAHONERO & R. GARCIA DE SOLA & P. PULIDO; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN PO CLN 52 DIFFERENTIAL ATTACHEMENT PATTERNS TO PARENTS AND PEERS AND SENSE OF COHERENCE IN DRUG ADDICTS AND CONTROLS Manuel GEADA ; UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBON, PORTUGAL PO CLN 53 THE SENSE OF COHERENCE, THE FAMILY CLIMATE AND PROVLEM BEHAVIOUR IN ADOLESCENCE Manuel GEADA ; UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBON; PORTUGAL PO CLN 54 SOCIAL SUPPORT: STRUCTURING SANITY Annamari GRUNDLINGH ; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH AFRICA PO CLN 55 BEHAVIORAL CORRELATES OF EXTRAFAMILIAR SEXUAL ABUSE Martine HEBERT & R. DUBE; UNIVERSITY LAVAL, CANADA PO CLN 56 PROJECT OF GLOBAL ACTION FOR THE INFANCY. ANEW ATTENTIO'S MODEL Mª Luz DEL HIERRO RINCON ; AYUNTAMIENTO DE COSLADA, SPAIN PO CLN 57 FINDINGS FROM THE MOST RECENT SCIENTIFIC STUDIES OF DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION IN THE U.S. Mary A. JANSEN ; SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, USA PO CLN 60 TOPICAL PROBLEMS CONCERNING FAMILY COUNSELING CLIENTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF POST-TOTALITARIAN SOVIET SOCIETY. SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF WORK Zoya Y. KESSARCHUKE ; INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY, UKRAINE PO CLN 64 MATERNAL PERSPECTIVE ON FATHER'S PARTICIPATION IN NEGLECTFUL FAMILIES Carl LACHARITÉ & L.S. ETHIER & G. COUTURE; UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉVEC ¸ TROIS-RIVIÕRES, CANADA +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 11:30 +----------------------------------+ KA CLN 4 Room: S2 CRISIS INTERVENTION IN PREVENTION OF POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDERS: THEORETICAL BACKGROUND, MODELS OF FUNCTIONS AND CREATION OF LOCAL AND NATIONAL ORGANIZATION Salli SAARI; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, Finland SY CLN 19 Room: S3 SUFFERING AND STRESS MANAGEMENT: WEST VERSUS EAST Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Usha RAM; University of Poona, India SY CLN (19)1 CONCEPT OF STRESS FROM TRADITIONAL INDIAN STANDPOINT M.N. PALSANE University of Poona, India SY CLN (19)2 COST OF COPING WITH STRESS G.W. EVANS Cornell University, USA SY CLN (19)3 COPING AMONG INDIAN STRESSED WOMEN Usha RAM University of Poona, India SY CLN (19)4 COGNITIVE RESTRUCTURING AND RATIONAL-EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY AS APPROACHES TO STRES MANAGEMENT Howard KASSINOVE Hofstra University, USA SY CLN (19)5 TIBETAN TEACHINGS ON BUDDHIST THOUGT TRANSDORMATION AS A MEANS OF STRESS MANAGEMENT Krista SATTLER AUSTRIA SY CLN (19)6 SUFFERING & STRESS MANAGEMENT: WEST VERSES EAST: BRIFGING THE TWO Mark BLOWS AUSTRALIA SY CLN (19)7 MERITS AND LIMITS OF EAST/WEST INTEGRATION OF CONCEPS AND REMEDIES OF SUFFERING A.C. PARANJPE Simon Fraser University, Canada Discussant(s): D.M. PESTONJEE, India SY CLN 23 Room: S4 EMOTIONAL FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO HEALTH, FAMILY, AND WORK ADJUSTMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Peter SALOVEY; Yale University, USA SY CLN (23) 1 HEAVY METTLE: THE ROLE OF CONFIDENCE AND OPTIMISM IN LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS Martin M. CHEMERS Claremont Colleges, U.S.A. SY CLN (23) 2 EMOTION IN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS: A CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE Shinobu KITAYAMA & Lary Lieberman, Kyoto University, JAPAN SY CLN (23) 3 EMOTION CONCEPTS IN DIFERENT CULTURES James A. RUSSELL University of British Columbia, CANADA SY CLN (23) 4 THE ROLE OF EMOTION IN REPORTING PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS Peter SALOVEY Yale University, U.S.A. TS CLN 12 Room: D-3 CLINICAL ASSESSMENT TS CLN (12) 1 CAN CHILDREN'S DRAWINGS BE USED AS EMOTIONAL INDICATORS? Georgina ROSE & Christopher STERLING; UNIVERSITY OF NORTHUMBRIA, U.K. TS CLN (12) 2 APPLICABILITY - MODIFICATION - OF PARTNER EVALUATION SCALE FOR TURKISH MEN AND WOMEN Nedret OZTAN & E. KABAKCI & C. TUGRUL; I.D.M.Y.O. BILKENT UNIVERSITY, TURKEY TS CLN (12) 3 THE STANDARDIZATION OF GRISS Ceylan TUGRUL & Nedret OZTAN & Elif KABAKCI; I.D.M.Y.O., BILKENT UNIVERSITY, TURKEY TS CLN (12) 4 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THREE TYPES OF PATIENTS WITH PERSONALITY DISORDERS BY MEANS OF RORCHACHS Marina MANTHOULI & Th. PAPADAKIS & P. PAPAGEORGIOU; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECE TS CLN (12) 5 THE RORSCHACH AS AN EVALUATING TOOL IN SINGLE AND MULTI-GROUP ANALYTIC THERAPY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY Angeliki KOSMOYANNI & K. ECONOMOU & O. PROKOPEA; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECE TS CLN (12) 6 PSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVES ON AXIS 2 OF THE DSM-IV J. Michael RUSSELL ; CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY OF FULLARTON, U.S.A. +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY CLN 16 Room: S2 IS THE PSYCHOTHERAPIST LIKE THE DOVE WITH AN OLIVE BRANCH HOVERING OVER NOAH'S ARK: ECLECTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY III, FOLLOWING SYMPOSIA 1991 & 1992 Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Sandra E.S. NEIL; University of Melbourne, Australia SY CLN (16) 1 IS THE PSYCHOTHERAPIST LIKE A DOVE WITH AN OLIVE BRANCH HOVERING OVER NOAHS ARK: ECLECTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY III Anna Laura COMUNIAN University of Padua, Italy SY CLN (16) 2 THE DOVE, INDEED, CREATES PEACE WITHIN, PEACE BETWEEN PEACE AMONGST Sandra NEIL University of Melbourne, Australia & J. KHANNA ; University of Tennessee & P. KHANNA; State University of Memphis, USA SY CLN (16) 3 THE NATURE OF THE "DOVE" IN ECLECTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY Robert L.N. SILVERBERG University of Melbourne, Australia SY CLN 24 Room: S4 MEMORY, ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION: CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Carmelo VAZQUEZ; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY CLN (24) 1 IS THERE ANYTHING WRONG IN DEPRESSED SUBJECT'S MEMORY? Carmelo VAZQUEZ UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN SY CLN (24) 2 THE RELATIONSHIP OF EARLY ADVERSE EXPERIENCES TO ADULT DEPRESSION Bernice ANDREWS UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, ENGLAND SY CLN (24) 3 MEMORIES OF AUTOBIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: ARE THEY RELIABLE? Chris BREWIN UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, ENGLAND SY CLN (24) 4 DEPRESSION AND MOOD-CONGRUENT MEMORY BIAS IN IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT MEMORY José A. RUIZ-CABALLERO UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, SPAIN SY CLN (24) 5 IMPLICATIONS OF MEMORY RESEARCH FOR THE UNDERSTANDING OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS Mick POWER UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, ENGLAND SY CLN 27 Room: S3 THE BIOFEEDBACK TRAINING THERAPY: STATUS AND ADVANCEMENTS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Eugenia F. CARMAGNANI; Private Practice, Milano, Italy SY CLN (27) 1 BIOFEEDBACK FOR ORGANIC DISEASE: EPILEPSY, SCOLIOSIS AND STROKE Niels P. BIRBAUMER ; Universities of Tübingen, Germany and Padova, Italy SY CLN (27) 2 A STUDY OF EEG-THETA-BIOFEEDBACK HALLUCINATIONS Marco MARGNELLI ; Centro Studi e Ricerche sulla Psicofisiologia degli Stati di Coscienza, Milano, Italy SY CLN (27) 3 P300 BRAIN MAPPING IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE: A CASE REPORT Caterina PODELLA ; Neurological Center, Roma, Italy SY CLN (27) 4 MULTICHANNEL EEG BRAIN MAPPING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF EFB-TRAINING EFFICIENCY AT "BORDERLINE" STATES Mark B. SHTARK & Alexander L. FINKELBERG & Olga S. SHUBINA; Institute of Medical and Biological Cybernetics, Novosibirsk, Russia SY CLN (27) 5 BIOFEEDBACK TRAINING. AN ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PATTERNS Miguel A. VALLEJO & Maria I. COMECHE & Marta I. DIAZ; UNED, Spain SY CLN (27) 6 THE USE OF PROJECTIVE METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGIC ASSESSMENT IN BIOFEEDBACK TRAINING THERAPY Eugenia F. CARMAGNANI & Angelo L. CARMAGNANI; University of Milano, Italy TS CLN 13 Room: D-3 THERAPEUTICAL MODELS AND PROCEDURES I TS CLN (13) 1 COUNSELLOR USE OF CLIENT EMOTIONAL AROUSAL: METHODS AND SOME RESEARCH FINDINGS Loris PETERNELLI & Anastassios STALIKAS & Marilyn FITZPATRICK; McGUILL UNIVERSITY, CANADAA H3A 1Y2 TS CLN (13) 2 RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY IN REHABILITATION COUNSELING Gerald L. GANDY USA TS CLN (13) 3 COMBINING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH A BEHAVIORAL APPROACH IN THE GROUP TREATMENT OF YOUNG BOYS WITH BEHAVIOR DISORDERS Dubi LUFI & Jim PARISH-PLASS, ISRAEL TS CLN (13) 4 A CASE OF COMBINED THERAPY : SOME DEVELOPMENTAL AND OBJECT RELATIONS PHENOMENA Peter PRAPER ; UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA TS CLN (13) 5 HOW DOES CLIENT CHANGE OCCUR? A DISCOVERY ORIENTED, PROCESS RESEARCH STRATEGY ANSWER Anastassios STALIKAS & Loris PETERNELLI & Marilyn FITZPATRICK; McGUILL UNIVERSITY, CANADA TS CLN (13) 6 AIDS-PATIENT: A PRACTICAL CASE STUDY Marion Merlone DOS SANTOS PENNA Instituto de Psicologia da U.F.R.J., BRAZIL POSTER SESSION 4 PO CLN 66 TOXICOMANIA: WHAT DIFFERENCES FROM NEUROSIS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA? THE ANSWER BY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE OF ONTOPSYCHOLOGY Fabrizio MALVICINI ; INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ONTOPSYCHOLOGY, ITALY PO CLN 67 PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF LIVING IN CONTAMINED AREAS AFTER THE NUCLEAR DISASTER IN CHERNOBYL Natalia MATSNEVA ; THE UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY, UKRAINE PO CLN 68 DIAGNOSTIC ADDITIONNELS CHEZ LES ENFANTS AGES DE 7 A 12 ANS MANIFESTANT DES TROUBLES DES CONDUITES Henri MERCIER & Robert PAUZE & Michèle DERY & Laurier FORTIN & Jean TOUPIN; UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE, CANADA PO CLN 72 THE IDENTIFICATION OF VOICE AND MUSIC SPECTRUMS BY JUDGES J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & N.J. VALENCIA NARANJO & M.N. PEREZ MARFIL & A. GARCIA LEON &E. MENDOZA LARA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 73 TRAINING STRATEGIES IN THE TREATMENT OF PSYCHOTIC OUTPATIENTS Carmen MUÑOZ MARTIN & Pedro DOMINGUEZ GONZALEZ; CENTRO DE SALUD MENTAL Y SERVICIOS SOCIALES"INFANTAS ELENA Y CRISTINA", SPAIN PO CLN 75 LA VIE INSTITUTIONNELLE: DEFIS ET CONFLICTS Neide P. NOBREGA & ROCHAEL NASCIUTTI, J.C., BRAZIL PO CLN 78 THE CONSIDERATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DESCRIPTIONS OF A CLIENT BY PSYCHOLOGIST AS A FACTOR OF SUCCESS OF PSYCHOTHERAPIC COMMUNICATION Galyna I. ONISCHENKO ; INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY, UKRAINE PO CLN 79 PREDICTING ALCOHOL ABUSE IN ADOLESCENCE: THE IMPORTANCE OF PERSONALITY, FAMILY AND BEHAVIOURAL VARIABLES José Manuel OTERO LOPEZ & A. LUENGO MARTIN & E. ROMERO TRIÑANES; UNIVERSIDAD SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN PO CLN 80 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DRUG USE AND DELIQUENCY AMONG WOMEN: A TEST OF NATURE José Manuel OTERO LOPEZ & A. LUENGO MARTIN & E. ROMERO TRIÑANES; UNIVERSIDAD SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN PO CLN 81 ARE INTERPERSONAL STYLES UNIVERSAL? Nedret OZTAN ; I.D.M.Y.O. BILKENT UNIVERSITY, TURKEY PO CLN 83 VARIABLES SOCIALES ET FAMILIALES ASSOCIEES AUX TROUBLES DES CONDUITES CHEZ LES ENFANTS DE 7 A 12 ANS Robert PAUZE & Michèle DERY & Henri MERCIER & Laurier FORTIN & Réjean DION & Eric YERGEAU & Jean TOUPIN; UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE, CANADA PO CLN 84 IMPACT EVLUATION OF A TREATMENT PROGRAM FOR SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDREN Normand PELADEAU & M. TOURIGNY & C. BOUCHARD; CENTRE DE RECHERCHE DE L`HOPITAL DOUGLAS, CANADA PO CLN 85 THE RELATIONS BETWEEN RESPONSE PATTERNS OF DIVERSE PSYCHOPYSIOLOGICAL INDEXES AFTER INTENSE AUDITORY STIMULATION M.N. PEREZ MARFIL & A. GARCIA LEON & N.J. VALENCIA NARANJO & J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & J. VILA CASTELLAR; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 86 EFFECTS OF THE MOMENT OF PRESENTATION OF INTENSE AUDITORY STIMULATION DURING THE EXECUTION OF TASKS CONCERNING SUBJETIVE AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY M.N. PEREZ MARFIL & A. GARCIA LEON & N.J. VALENCIA NARANJO & J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & J. VILA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 95 THE PREDICTORS OF SELF-ESTEEM: AN APPROACH TO FAMILY, SCHOOL AND PEER GROUP VARIABLES Estrella ROMERO & J.M. OTER-LOPEZ & M.A. LUENGO; UNIVERSIDAD SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY CLN 21 Room: S3 NEW DIRECTIONS IN COPING RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Donald H. SAKLOFSKE; University of Saskatchewan, Canada & Ian DEARY; University of Edinburgh, Scotland SY CLN (21) 1 COPING, PERSONALITY AND FEAR OF HYPOGLYCAEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH INSULIN-TREARTED DIABETES Ian J. DEARY & Linda Hunter & Brian M. Frier, University of Edinburg, Scotland SY CLN (21) 2 COPING WITH HEALTH PROBLEMS: TOWARDS A RELIABLE AND VALID MEASURE N.S. ENDLER & James D.A. Parker, York University, Canada SY CLN (21) 3 SELF-REPORTS OF COPING AND APPRAISAL AS PREDICTORS OF CHRONIC AND ACUTE STRESS G. MATTHEWS & Brian Lochrie & Abdallah Mohamed, University of Dundee, Scotland SY CLN (21) 4 COPING WITH HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS DONALD H. SAKLOFSKE University of Saskatchewan, Canada SY CLN (21) 5 PERSONAL AND CONTEXTUAL DETERMINANTS OF COPING AND ANXIETY IN AN EVALUATIVE SITUATION: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY M. ZEIDNER University of Haifa, Israel SY CLN 25 Room: S4 SOCIAL CONTEXT AND RESPONSE EXCHANGES AS DETERMINANTS OF QUALITY IN MOTHER-CHILD INTERACTIONS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Robert G. WAHLER; University of Tennessee, USA SY CLN (25) 1 MOTHER-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS AS SOURCES OF SUPPORT OR STRESS: A COMPARISON OF COMPETENT, AVERAGE, AGGRESSIVE, AND ANXIOUS DYADS. Jean E. DUMAS LA FRENIERE, P. UNIVERSITY OF MONTREAL, CANADA; DUMAS, J.E. PURDUE UNIVERSITY, USA SY CLN (25) 2 ECOSYSTEM ADVERSITY AS SETTING FACTORS IN MOTHER'S JUDGMENTS OF CHILD BEHAVIOR Mª Angeles CEREZO PONS-SALVADOR, G. UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, SPAIN SY CLN (25) 3 MATERNAL AVOIDANCE OF THE CONDUCT PROBLEM CHILD: "WHY DOESN'T SHE LIKE ME?" Robert WAHLER CASTELLANI, M.E. & GRIFFITH, G.D. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, USA Discussant(s): E. RIBES, Mexico SY CLN 15 Room: S2 TREATMENT OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Héctor AYALA VELAZQUEZ; Sociedad Mexicana de Analisis de la Conducta, Mexico SY CLN (15) 1 THE USE OF BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES IN THE TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL RELATED PROGRAMS L. ECHEVARRIA et al.; National Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico SY CLN (15) 2 ADAPTATION PROCESS OF BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES L.G. CARDENAS et al.; National Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico SY CLN (15) 3 DEVELOPMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SELF-MANAGEMENT BEHAVIORAL OUTPATIENT TREATMENT FOR PROBLEM DRINKERS IN MEXICO Hector E. AYALA et al.; National Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico SY CLN (15) 4 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL VS. GROUP TREATMENT UTILIZING SELF-GUIDED SELFCONTROL Mark B. SOBELL & Linda C. SOBELL; Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, Canada SY CLN (15) 5 OBJECTIVES AND EVALUATION OF A FREE DRUG PROGRAM Enrique BAZAKO ; Tecnicos de Planificación, S.L., Spain TS CLN 14 Room: D-3 THERAPEUTICAL MODELS AND PROCEDURES II TS CLN (14) 1 THERAPIE FAMILIALE: HOLDING ET DIALOGUE CORPOREL AVEC L'ENFANT PSYCHOTIQUE Silvano SOLARI ; Service Sanitaire National Unité de Psychotherapie pour l'age evolutif, ITALY TS CLN (14) 2 LOOKING AT CONSENSUAL REALITIES IN THE THERAPEUTIC CONTEXT: A CONSTRUCTIONISTIC APPROACH Lize BOOYSEN ; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH AFRICA TS CLN (14) 3 THEORETICAL INNOVATIONS IN A PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY IN ATHENS Maria ANTONIOU-KARAOLIDOU & E. MORAROU & I.K. TSEGOS; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECE TS CLN (14) 4 THE EFFECTS OF PSYCHODRAMA UPON PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Nilüfer VOLTAN-ACAR & Filiz BILGE; HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY, TURKEY +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 8:30 +----------------------------------+ TS CLN 5 Room: D-3 AGGRESSION AND VICTIMIZATION I TS CLN (5) 1 RELATING VIOLENT HISTORY IN ADULT PAROLEES AND THE CLINICAL EFFECTS OF DRUGS IN ADHD CHILDREN TO LABORATORY MEASURES OF HUMAN AGGRESSION Don R. CHEREK & Daniel L. CRESON; THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-HOUSTON, USA TS CLN (5) 2 RECOVERY FROM CHILDHOOD SEXUAL TRAUMA: A LONGITUDINAL REPORT Catherine CAMERON ; UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE, USA TS CLN (5) 3 COMPARISION OF CHILD MALTREATMENT IN SPAIN AND IN THE UNITED STATES Joaquín De PAUL & Pedro MUGICA (Spain) & J. MILNER; UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO, SPAIN TS CLN (5) 4 CLINICIAN STRESS AND COPING IN TREATING SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDREN IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND Max G. MAGNUSSEN ; UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, U.S.A. TS CLN (5) 5 REATION ENTRE LE DELINQUANT ET LA VICTIME ET PARICULARITES DU TEMOIGNAGE DES VICTIMES DE DELITS SEXUALES Teresa JASKIEWICZ-OBYDZINSKA ; INSTYTUT EKSPERTYZ SADOWYCH; POLAND TS CLN (5) 6 TRENDS IN SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT Stephen RUBIN ; WHITMAN COLLEGE, USA POSTER SESSION 5 PO CLN 69 CHILDHOOD HISTORY OF ABUSE, CHILDHOOD SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND ADULT CHILD ABUSE POTENTIAL IN SPAIN Joel L. MILNER & De PAUL, J. & Pedro MUGICA & ARRUABARRENA, M.I. & CROUCH, J. (USA); UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO, SPAIN PO CLN 70 ASSESSING PHYSICAL CHILD ABUSE RISK: THE CHILD ABUSE POTENTIAL INVENTORY Joel L. MILNER ; NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, USA PO CLN 87 ORDINARY WORK AND ORDINARY SCHOOLING: STRATEGIES FOR ACOMMODATION IN CANADA Edward POMEROY I. FRADO; BROCK UNIVERSITY, CANADA PO CLN 88 BLAME BELIEFS AND FEAR OF ABANDONMENT: A COMPARISON OF CHILDREN FROM BROKEN AND INTACT FAMILIES Gemma PONS SALVADOR & M.V. del BARRIO GANDARA; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO CLN 89 OPERATIVE APPROACH TO THE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION Javier PONS-DIEZ & Miguel MARIN & Jose M. GRANDE & Marta GIL-LACRUZ, SPAIN PO CLN 94 STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS AND ATTRIBUTIONAL STYLE DIMENSIONS AS PREDICTORS OF DEPRESSION Carmen RODRIGUEZ-NARANJO & A. GODOY & R. ESTEVE; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO CLN 96 INFORMATION PROCESSING AND HEMISPHERIC LATERALIZATION IN PARANOID AND NONPARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS David M. ROMNEY ; UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY, CANADA PO CLN 97 INTERNATIONAL CENTENIAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IN PHILADELPHIA IN 1996 Donald K. ROUTH ; UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, USA PO CLN 98 OUR REASONS FOR LIVING AND THEIR PROTECTIVE VALUE Nesrin H. SAHIN Nail SAHIN & Aysegül DURAK & Yesin YASAK-GÜLTEKIN; BILKENT UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER, TURKEY PO CLN 99 A LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG ATTRIBUTIONAL STYLE, LIFE EVENTS AND DEPRESSION IN JAPANESE STUDENTS Shinji SAKAMOTO & Masahiko KAMBARA; UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO, JAPAN PO CLN 100 THE "ANIMADOR JUVENIL", SOCIAL MEDIATOR FOR AIDS PREVENTION Inma SAN JUAN & Marta GIL-LACRUZ, SPAIN PO CLN 101 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION AND INTERBEHAVIOURISM Marianna SEGURA GALVEZ ; NEXO: PSICOLOGIA APLICADA, SPAIN PO CLN 102 QUARTER CENTURY SOCIAL RE-INFORCEMENT IN CLINICAL, COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL APPROACHES AND COLSUNTANCY EFFECTS Satish C. SHARMA ; Clinical Psychologist, INDIA PO CLN 103 PSYCHANALYSE ET PSYCHOTHERAPIE: LE DEFI DU TRAVAIL DANS UNE INSTITUTION PUBLIQUE Vera Lucia SILVA LOPES BRAZIL PO CLN 104 THE EFFECT OF ANDROGYNY AND ATTRIBUTIONAL STYLE ON THE COPING ABILITY OF SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS Judora J. SPANGENBERG & Therese P. LATEGAN; UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH, SOUTH AFRICA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 11:30 +----------------------------------+ TS CLN 15 Room: D-3 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: BACKGROUND MATTERS TS CLN (15) 1 THE MORALS AND POLITICS OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: PROMOTING WELFARE OR THE STATUS QUO? Isaac PRILLELTENSKY ; WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY, CANADA TS CLN (15) 2 COMMUNICATIONAL AND RELATIONSHIP FACTORS IN EMOTIONAL TRANSFORMATION Bogna SZYMKIEWICZ-KOWALSKA ; INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES, POLONIA TS CLN (15) 3 SUICIDIAL EVENTS, GROUP MORALE AND THERAPEUTIC IMPACT Zoe VOYATZAKI & A. KAKOURI & M. MANTHOULI; OPEN PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CENTRE, GREECE TS CLN (15) 4 MENTAL HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMMING Matthew KAPLAN ; HAWAII PACIFIC UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS, USA TS CLN (15) 5 CAREER MATURITY IN A THIRD WORLD CONTEX: IN SEARCH OF A NEW DEFINITION? Zak NEL REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA TS CLN (15) 6 TIPOLOGIE FEMININE AVEC MODALITE DE ROBOT: EST-IL POSSIBLE DE LA RESOUDRE? Teresa PALMULLI ; A.I.O., ITALY TS CLN (15) 7 HOW DO PATIENTS SEE THEIR THERAPISTS? Maria Lucia TIELLET NUNES & Jorge Ignacio SZEWKIES; PUCRS, BRASIL +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 14:30 +----------------------------------+ TS CLN 16 Room: D-3 ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ADDICTION (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (16) 1 EVOLUTION OF ALCOHOLISM TREATEMENT IN SPAIN Iván MAYOR SILVA ; ADIMMCAV, SPAIN TS CLN (16) 2 SELF-ESTEEM AND DRUG ABUSE IN ADOLESCENCE: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL AND LONGITUDINAL APPROACH Estrella ROMERO & M. Angeles LUENGO & José M. OTERO-LOPEZ; UNIVERSITY OF SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN TS CLN (16) 3 REFLECTIONS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DRUG ADDICTION AND AFFECTIVE DISORDERS Zoila M. VALLEJOS SPAIN TS CLN (16) 4 SELF-EFFICACY EXPECTATIVES, COPING BEHAVIOR, AND ABSTINENCE IN ALCOHOLICS Isabel VIELVA ; UNIVERSIDAD DE DEUSTO, SPAIN TS CLN (16) 5 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DEFICITS RELATED TO CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM Iciar IRUARRIAZAGA DIEZ & J.J. MIGUEL-TOBAL & A. CANO & J.M. MUÑOZ & A.E. PUENTE; U.C.M. UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN POSTER SESSION 6 20, at 14:30 PO CLN 44 CALIDAD DE VIDA Y REHABILITACION DE ENFERMOS MENTALES CRONICOS Luis A. EIZAGUIRRE DE LUNA & Carlos SALAMERO; CENTRO DE REHABILITACION MARTINEZ CAMPOS, SPAIN PO CLN 58 ANALYSIS OF THE COUPLE RELATIONSHIP IN THE WOMEN WHO HAVE UNDERGONE TUBAL STERILIZATION Fernando JIMENEZ-GOMEZ & Vicente MERINO BARRAGAN & Guadalupe SANCHEZ CRESPO; UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, SPAIN PO CLN 59 ANALYSIS OF SEXUAL RESPONSE IN THE WOMEN WHO UNDERGONE TUBAL STERILIZATION Fernando JIMENEZ-GOMEZ & Vicente MERINO BARRAGAN & Guadalupe SANCHEZ CRESPO; UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, SPAIN PO CLN 92 THE PERSONAL MEANING OF THE VIOLENT EVENT IN VICTIMS OF ROBBERY, HOUSE BURGLARY AND RAPE Luciana RAMOS LIRA & Ramón ESTEBAN & Jorge ACEVES & M. Teresa SALTIJERAL & Miguel A. CABALLERO & Guillermo PEREZ GALAN; INSTITUTO MEXICANO DE PSIQUIATRIA, MEXICO PO CLN 105 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STATUS IN BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN Judora J. SPANGENBERG & Christel PIETERSE; UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH, SOUTH AFRICA PO CLN 106 A CLINICAL CASE OF AGGRESSIVE FAMILIAL PATHOLOGY: ITS ONTOPSYCHOLOGICAL RESOLUTION Orietta TABANELLA ; A.I.O., ITALY PO CLN 108 EFFECTS OF COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY WITH HYPNOSIS ON MENSTRUAL DISORDERS Juan R. TRAMUNT RUBIO ; ALFA. CENTRO DE PSICOLOGIA APLICADA, SPAIN PO CLN 109 IDENTIFICATION OF SEX BY JUDGES VIA VOICE SPECTRUMS N.J. VALENCIA NARANJO & J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & A. GARCIA LEON & M.N. PEREZ MARFIL &E. MENDOZA LARA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 110 INFLUENCE OF ARTICULATORY IN THE DIFFERENTATION OF GROUP BY MEANS OF ACOUSTIC PARAMETERS N.J. VALENCIA NARANJO & J. MUÑOZ LOPEZ & A. GARCIA LEON & M.N. PEREZ MARFIL &E. MENDOZA LARA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN PO CLN 111 REACHING ACROSS CULTURAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMICAL BARRIERS. THE EXPERIENCE OF A GROUP OF PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA Thomas W.B. VAN DER WESTHUYSEN & Wilhelmina H. THERON & Vittorio DALLA CIA; UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH, REPUBLIC SOUTH AFRICA PO CLN 112 THE EFFECTS AND CHALLENGES OF HAVING A CHILD WITH A FACIAL CLEFT DEFORMITY Frederik J. VAN STADEN & Clara GERHARDT; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, SOUTH AFRICA PO CLN 114 INNER DIALOG OF A CLIENT IN HUMANISTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY Tania YURCHENKO ; INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY, UKRAINE PO CLN 115 EMOTIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL CHANGES INDUCED BY TRAINING IN SOCIAL SKILLS J. GARCIA-HURTADO & P. GONZALEZ & P. GONS´LVEZ & V. BRIET & E. MIRAMBELL & A. SIRVENT; UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE, SPAIN PO CLN 116 A CASE OF SOCIAL PHOBIA: COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL GROUP THERAPY J. GARCIA-HURTADO & P. GONZALEZ & P. GONS´LVEZ & V. BRIET & E. MIRAMBELL & A. SIRVENT; UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE, SPAIN PO CLN 117 PUBLIC SPEAKING DIFFICULTIES: EFFECTIVENESS OF A PROGRAM FOR ITS CONTROL Maria M. IZAL & I. MONTORIO & S. LAZARO; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 17:30 +----------------------------------+ TS CLN 17 Room: D-3 CLINICAL PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS (Language: Spanish) TS CLN (17) 1 LIASON PSYCHOLOGY WITH PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENT Pedro PEREZ-GARCIA ; FUNDACION JIMENEZ DIAZ, SPAIN TS CLN (17) 2 PLEASANT EVENTS IN ADOLESCENCE Pere MORATO & M. QUEROL; HOSPITAL MUTUA DE TERRASSA, SPAIN TS CLN (17) 3 THE EFFECTS OF FREQUENCY OF VISITS BY NON CUSTODIAL PARENTS ON THE EMOTIONAL STATE OF THEIR CHILDREN Gemma PONS-SALVADOR & M.V. Del BARRIO GANDARA, SPAIN TS CLN (17) 4 ADOLESCENT MATERNITY IN MEXICO AND ITS COPING BEHAVIOR THROUGH REFLEXION GROUP Gisela SIERRA ; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO TS CLN (17) 5 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN Antonio FERNANDEZ-PARRA & M. Dolores CALERO & Trinidad GARCIA; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN TS CLN (17) 6 LEVELS OF AUTOCONSCIENCE IN YOUTH PEOPLE WITH TYPE "A", TYPE "B" BEHAVIORS Carlos PORTOCARRERO & L. PEREZ-EGAÑA, PERU

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