and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) by a psychiatrist who was blind of the BCIS scores .. Objectif: L’échelle d’intuition cognitive de Beck (BCIS) évalue les . Request PDF on ResearchGate | Echelle neurocomportementale révisée: de Fonctionnement EGF [5], Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale PANSS [13,14] . Échelles d’évaluations À chaque point de mesure, les participants de la Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) [25] et les items.

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Schizophr Bull, ; 17 1: The soul not according to the Christian meaning is thought to leave the body due to strong reactions in places inhabited by mythical beings.

Additional contributions Panse the authors have collaborated in this study and have approved the final manuscript. A history of brain injury and drugs abuse were exclusion criteria. Strengths and limitations To our best knowledge, this is the first study aimed to validate the Spanish version of the SAI-E and can be generalized to other Spanish-speaking countries.

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Of note, our results appear to support the usefulness of the SAI- E to measure insight across cultures 15, Searching for a consensus five-factor model of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale for schizophrenia. Folk Syndrome in four cities in the peruvian hihglands.

[The PANSS (Positive And Negative Symptom) Scale].

Of note, with regard to psychopatholgy and insight, we replicated a negative relationship between the PANSS positive factor and the three insight dimensions. Insight and suicidality in first-episode psychosis: Also, further bivariate correlations between five psychopathological dimensions from a PANNS 32 factorial analysis 35 and the three insight dimensions assessed by the SAI-E were conducted. Using a scale having good internal validity, as shown by the factor analysis, the current study highlighted modest associations between subjective and objective cognitive performance, which suggests that schizophrenia patients are only partially aware of their own cognitive deficits.


Introduction Lack of insight has been considered a cardinal feature of psychotic disorders, particularly schizophrenia 1. Lack of insight in schizophrenia. The results also showed a lack of correspondence between the impaired cognitive domain and the domain of cognitive awareness. Participants provided written informed consent. Discussion Main findings This study aimed to validate the Spanish version of the SAI-E when administered to a sample of Spanish-speaking patients with schizophrenia and related disorders.

Thus, our results are in full agreement with a previous meta-analysis 22which encompasses 40 studies and revealed a small negative association between awareness of mental illness and positive and general symptoms.

In particular, age, gender and level of education were considered for the analyses. The Spanish version of the SAI-E scale was demonstrated to have both excellent reliability and external validity in our echellee of South American Spanish-speaking patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

[The PANSS (Positive And Negative Symptom) Scale].

Assessments and scales Sociodemographic and clinical variables were recorded. Panzs far, the literature has shown either that patients fail to recognize their cognitive deficits or that the association between subjective and objective cognition is weak in schizophrenia. Eur Arch Psychiatry Evhelle Neurosci. Cuesta MJ, Peralta V. More severe patients can go on to die by suicide in relation to nihilistic delusions or as coping strategies with medically unexplained symptoms Thus, while our findings may contribute to this area, namely insight in psychosis, replication studies are needed and our findings should be taken cautiously.

Causes and consequences of duration of untreated psychosis in schizophrenia. Stroop interference, visual learning, and working memory. Outline Masquer le plan. All the above assessments were carried out by the same senior psychiatrist JS. Of relevance, in the study population region, which is close to the Andean highlands, certain ‘cultural syndromes’ have been previously described, particularly the so-called “Susto” shock in Spanishwhich is highly prevalent in Peruvian Andes This phenomenon consists of a magical or spiritual explanation for all kinds echelpe ailments, which originally comes from Quechua culture, including a wide range of variations throughout Latin America.


Of note, those items concerning adherence were found to be relatively low 0. Anosognosia in schizophrenia and other neuropsychiatric disorders: Early insight predicts depression and attempted suicide after 4 years in first-episode schizophrenia and schizophreniform disorder.

Insight assessment in psychosis and psychopathological correlates: The expanded version of SAI 9the SAI-E 24 is a semi-structured interview used to measure three insight dimensions in accordance with David’s model 9.

PO-Box Institute of Psychiatry. Specifically, three general items evaluate awareness of having a mental illness, awareness of treatment effects, and awareness of social consequences of mental illness.

The sample was composed of 39 patients. Conclusion In summary, the SAI-E Spanish version has been demonstrated to have sufficient external validity and psychometric properties for it to be used for a multidimensional insight assessment in Spanish-speaking patients in Peru with schizophrenia and related disorders. The assessment of insight in psychosis. Thus, Konstantakopoulus et al 4 described two groups of patients in relation to this aspect of insight, namely “insight induced” and “insight spontaneous”, which are similar to the passive and integrative profiles reported by Roe et alrespectively.

However, these findings were in line Konstantakopoulus study et al.