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Scientia Psychiatrica
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ISSN : -     EISSN : 27159736     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37275/scipsy
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Scientia Psychiatrica covers the latest developments in various fields of psychiatric : biological psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, child psychiatry, psychiatry of community, psychotherapy, drugs-related mental illness, psychiatry of geriatric, psychosomatics medicine, psychology, cultural psychiatry, military psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, consultation liaison psychiatry and all medicine fields related psychiatry. Genetics, immunology, environmental health, toxicology, bioinformatics and biotechnology as well as multidisciplinary studies. The views of experts on current advances in nanotechnology and molecular/cell biology will be also considered for publication as long as they have a direct clinical impact of psychiatry.
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Are Students at the School Acceleration Program are More Likely to Experience Anxiety Disorders? Adriany, Dhita
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/scipsy.v2i1.26

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A B S T R A C TIntroduction. The Acceleration Program and the International Standard School PilotProject (RSBI) are currently being held in Indonesia. Previous research stated thatthe anxiety of students with acceleration was higher than that of non-acceleratedstudents (regular). Currently, the regular program has mainly been replaced by theRSBI program. This research was conducted to determine differences in the level ofanxiety of students who take the accelerated program and the RSBI program.Methods. The study was conducted using a cross-sectional method, and thesampling was determined by purposive sampling. This study took the population ofstudents of Junior High School 1 Purwokerto. Primary data were collected in the formof friendship quality questionnaires, Rahe-Holmes Social Readjustment Rating Scalelife events questionnaire, body image questionnaire (Body Shape Questionnaire) andTMAS anxiety questionnaire (Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale). Results. Acceleratedstudents who experienced anxiety above the average were 8 (40%) students and 12(60%) students experienced anxiety below average. Non-accelerated students (RSBI)who experienced anxiety above the average were 15 (75%) students and 5 (25%)students experienced anxiety below average. Conclusion. There is a significantdifference in the level of anxiety of students who take the acceleration program andRSBI, where the anxiety of RSBI students is more than that of accelerated students.
Profile of Schizophrenia Aggressiveness with the Risk of Suicide based on the Personality and Social Performance Score Waro, Mochammad Choirul; Alifiati Fitrikasari
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A B S T R A C TIntroduction. The risk of schizophrenia for suicide is 10%, of which 10% -15% ofpeople with schizophrenia die of suicide at 20 years of follow-up. Aggressiveness is afactor to be watched out. Other factors are hallucinations, suicide, early-onset,history of schizophrenia, surveillance, age, gender, education, genetics, affect ofdepression. This study aimed to describe the sociodemographic profile,aggressiveness, hallucinations of suicide in schizophrenic patients. Methods. Thedesign of this study is descriptive research. The number of samples in this study was49 schizophrenic patients at risk of suicide. The risk of aggressiveness is measuredby the Personality and Social Performance Score. Results. Of the 49 patients, it wasfound that the proportion of male patients was 31 people (63.3%) and 18 women(36.7%). Aggressive behaviour based on PSP score was divided into modestaggressiveness of 22 people (44.9%), severe 20 people (40.8%), very severe two people(4.1%). Suicidal hallucinations were also found in 11 patients (22.4%). Conclusion.There are markedly aggressive behaviour and hallucinations of suicide in the majorityof schizophrenic patients.
Meningioma Infiltrative Accompanied by Organic Delusional Disorders Asmedi, Ahmad
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/scipsy.v2i1.28

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A B S T R A C TIntroduction. Meningiomas are primary extra-axial tumours of the central nervoussystem (CNS) with an incidence of 2 in 100,000 in adults. There is an estimate of a3: 1 female predominance of these tumours mainly due to the action of estrogen.Meningiomas are commonly associated with headaches, imbalances, visualdisturbances, and other neurological problems which can be very debilitating. Thiscase report will describe a case of a brain tumour accompanied by psychiatricdisorders. Case presentation. Mrs W, a 37 years old woman, a housewife, Javanese,Moslem, married, lower socioeconomic background, came with her family to theNeurology polyclinic because she experienced changes in behaviour since sevenmonths ago in the form of much silence, daydreaming, cannot communicate,sometimes talking to herself, eating drinking and bathing must be helped and served.Four months before being admitted to the hospital, because the patient's headachesworsened and the patient became increasingly withdrawn, accompanied by weaknessin both legs. From the results of CT-scan with contrast, the results showed that themeningioma infiltrates and perifocal oedema, which caused subfalcine herniation asfar as 2.73 cm to the right. Conclusion. Infiltrative meningioma is often accompaniedby mental disorders in the form of personality changes, depressive-like symptomsand neurological symptoms. Clinicians should be able to detect a brain mass so thatmanagement can be undertaken immediately.
Is Neurofeedback therapy beneficial for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? Saputro, Dwidjo
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A B S T R A C TAttention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is a biological disease in brain function thatis chronic, which results in the function of regulating response and decision making(executive function) not following the child's age development. Pharmacologicaltherapy, especially methylphenidate, is still the primary therapy, even though it isnot responsive to drugs. Multimodal therapy is a recommended therapy for ADHDtreatment in Europe and the United States, which includes psycho-pharmaceuticaltherapy, behavioural therapy and family psycho-education. The administration ofbehaviour therapy alone does not provide satisfactory results, especially for long-termeffects. Neurofeedback therapy is a form of behavioural therapy, with the principle ofoperant conditioning, which aims to train and condition the brain, with feedback fromthe brain's electrical waves. This paper aims to explain how far the benefits ofneurofeedback therapy for people living with ADHD are based on available researchdata from the latest research results.
The Role of Intelligence Quotient as a Risk Factor for Depression: a Literature Review Pratiwi, Bella Sagita
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A B S T R A C TDepression is a mood disorder with general characteristics in the form of changes insleep patterns and appetite, psychomotor disorders, concentration problems,anhedonia, fatigue, hopelessness and helplessness, and suicidal ideation. If thedepressive disorder goes on for a long time (dysthymia), the person is suggested to bemoody, lazy, or withdrawn from relationships because he loses interest in almost allaspects of his life. Depression is a psychiatric disorder that is often found with aprevalence of around 15%. In general, the onset of major depressive disorders is atthe age of 20 to 50 years, but the most often is at the age of 40 years. Cognitive playsa role in the aetiology and prognosis of someone with depression. The higher thecognitive level of a person, the more it will affect the cure rate and prevent recurrencein someone experiencing psychiatric disorders. This literature review will explain therole of intelligence quotient in depressive disorders.
Case Report: Organic Hallucinosis in Viral Encephalitis Kusumadewi, Andrian Fajar
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Introduction : Organic mental disorders are diseases we need to put more attentionon because they are related to systemic disorders or disorders of the brain and cancause high mortality. Organic mental disorders often manifest in the form ofpsychiatric symptoms so that they can be treated too late because the physician isnot able to recognize the symptoms which can be fatal. Sequelae can be found inorganic mental disorders and may affect the patient’s quality of life, so a fast andproper management is needed to get a better outcome. Case presentation: A caseof organic hallucinosis in viral encephalitis had been reported in a 18 year-old malewith a history of sudden changes in behaviour. The symptoms appeared after thepatient had problems during OSPEK and was threatened by someone. The patientwas the only child in the family and often spoiled by his parents. Laboratory andimaging studies showed that there was a cerebritis in the CT scan result, a decreasein CD4 count, and an increase in anti-Rubella IgG titers in which the patient wasfinally diagnosed with viral encephalitis. Conclusion: The diagnosis of organicmental disorders can easily be overlooked in daily clinical practice so that patientsdo not receive proper management

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