2015
DOI: 10.1590/1982-021620151746014
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Abstract: Resumo:OBJETIVO:caracterizar os problemas comportamentais e de competência social de indivíduos com a síndrome del22q11.2 e compará-los com indivíduos com desenvolvimento típico, segundo informação dos pais.MÉTODOS:participaram desta pesquisa 24 pais de indivíduos de ambos os gêneros, entre seis e 18 anos, sendo 12 indivíduos com a síndrome del22q11.2 (grupo amostral) e 12 indivíduos com desenvolvimento típico (grupo controle). Foi aplicado o inventário comportamental "Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)".RESULTAD… Show more

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“…22 Impaired abilities mostly include emotions processing and complex theory of mind similar to disorders of autistic spectrum. 22,23 Apart from behavioral disturbances, the rate of psychosis in this syndrome is more than twenty times greater than in the general population and it is estimated that DGS may stand for 1-2% of all the schizophrenia cases worldwide. 24 Given that subclinical metabolic dysregulation appears already at early stages of severe mental disorders, including mood and psychotic disorders and might be associated with intrinsic mechanisms, it might be hypothesized that this phenomenon also appears in patients with DS and PWS, and might be related to psychopathological symptoms.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…22 Impaired abilities mostly include emotions processing and complex theory of mind similar to disorders of autistic spectrum. 22,23 Apart from behavioral disturbances, the rate of psychosis in this syndrome is more than twenty times greater than in the general population and it is estimated that DGS may stand for 1-2% of all the schizophrenia cases worldwide. 24 Given that subclinical metabolic dysregulation appears already at early stages of severe mental disorders, including mood and psychotic disorders and might be associated with intrinsic mechanisms, it might be hypothesized that this phenomenon also appears in patients with DS and PWS, and might be related to psychopathological symptoms.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%