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Soubelet, Andrea (1980-....).

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Works: 6 works in 6 publications in 2 languages and 6 library holdings
Roles: Other, Opponent, Thesis advisor, Author
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Most widely held works by Andrea Soubelet
Les stimulations bilatérales alternées dans la prise en charge des troubles du comportement de la personne âgée en EHPAD : Usage d'une technique de la psychothérapie EMDR en gérontologie by Anne-Julie Vaillant-Ciszewicz( )

1 edition published in 2020 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Many scientific studies validate the effectiveness of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy for the treatment of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, DSM-5). The EMDR is developing an adaptive treatment of information that is established thanks to the specificity of its protocol in eight phases (Shapiro, 1989) and the action of Alternate Bilateral Stimulations (SBA). The therapeutic field of EMDR continues to expand towards mood disorders, phobias, addictions, chronic pain and health field (cancer announcement). Today, many EMDR protocols exist for children (Lovett, 1999), for people with intellectual deficits (Mevissen, Lievegoed, Seubert-Jongh, 2011), but little literature is interested in the elderly with major cognitive impairments. Hyer (1995) reports only clinical cases of EMDR sessions performed with patients with mild cognitive impairment. Amano et al., (2015) are the only researchers to have written a " nursing home field " protocol for severe cognitive impairment. Objective : The study of the University Hospital of Nice aims to establish a non-drug therapeutic method borrowed from EMDR with the aim of reducing behavioral disorders type verbal agitation in the elderly subject in nursing homes with major cognitive disorders. The management of emotions in the context of neurocognitive pathologies is in deficit in the same way as the medical processes. The symptoms of PTSD and those induced by dementia are similar: anxiety, hyper-vigilance, avoidance behaviour, etc. If ABSs produce an immediate appeasement of the parasympathetic system in PTSD, it is likely that we will find the same effect for BPSDs. Method : The protocol took place in nursing homes. The inclusion criteria are those of severe neurodegenerative pathologies (MMSE-10) as well as verbal agitation measured with health care teams (NPI-ES, Covi, CMAI scale). 15 residents were included in this feasibility study. Subjects were randomized and assigned in a control group and an ABS group after primary needs satisfaction verification. 10-minute SBA sessions were assigned to participants in the experimental group. For the control group: 10-minute sessions held the elderly person's hand (continuous tactile stimulation). The second phase of the study is training nursing's homes health care teams and long-term follow-up in a CPR to allow SBAs to integrate "usual care." Results : The descriptive statistitics showed a benefit of efficiency for the ABS group vs control concerning 5 on 6 items (Duration, Frequency, Intensity, Pittsburgh Scale and CMAI scale). The long-term follow-up of three residents confirmed the results of Cohen Mansfield's (2012) work on the correlation between cries, vocalizations and unmet primary needs. Discussion: The suitable ABS protocol for severe cognitive impairment could be recommended for non-drug communication approaches, although in nursing homes the lack of resources and the turn-over of health care teams is a hindrance to these approaches
Le rôle du contrôle perçu dans la relation entre l'âge et la mémoire épisodique rétrospective et prospective by Candice Maggio( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La perception pour un individu que son fonctionnement est déterminé par ses propres actions et comportements serait l'un des facteurs clés d'un vieillissement cognitif réussi. Cette perception de contrôle conduirait à fournir des efforts soutenus pour rester performant sur le plan cognitif en dépit de l'avancée en âge, ce qui contribuerait au maintien de bonnes habiletés cognitives au fil du temps. Aujourd'hui, de nombreux travaux mettent en évidence que les personnes avec un fort sentiment de contrôle obtiennent de meilleures performances dans les tâches de mémoire épisodique que les autres. Néanmoins, l'hypothèse d'une préservation différentielle des capacités de mémoire épisodique en fonction du niveau de contrôle perçu manque encore de soutien empirique. A travers trois études expérimentales et la validation d'une nouvelle échelle de contrôle perçu spécifique à la mémoire, la présente thèse visait à déterminer si le contrôle perçu pouvait jouer un rôle positif dans l'évolution de la mémoire épisodique au fil de l'âge adulte puis à identifier les mécanismes explicatifs de la relation entre le contrôle perçu et la mémoire épisodique à différents âges de la vie adulte. Dans l'ensemble, nos études ne permettent pas de valider l'hypothèse selon laquelle un contrôle perçu plus élevé atténuerait les différences liées à l'âge en mémoire épisodique. En revanche, nos résultats suggèrent que les personnes, et en particulier les plus âgées, qui perçoivent leur mémoire comme contrôlable obtiennent de meilleures performances de mémoire épisodique que les autres grâce à une plus grande utilisation et à une exécution plus efficace de stratégies cognitives coûteuses en termes de ressources au cours de la tâche
Efficacité de la thérapie assistée par l'animal sur les symptômes psychologiques et comportementaux de la démence by Jean-Marie Sillou( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Today, the use of animal mediation as a form of treatment in nursing homes has become more and more common. Our study assesses and measures, largely through the use of the Neuropsychiatric Inventory for Nursing Home (NPI-NH), how the presence of a dog in Alzheimer's patient psychotherapy affects psycho-behavioral disorder (BPSD) levels in French men and women with a mean age of 85 years living in an institution. Our study focuses on well-being and on building positive emotion in the elderly with dementia, particularly through regaining self-esteem, stimulation, remobilization and maintenance of preserved cognitive abilities. This therapeutic basis is made possible through exposure to a dog with the goal of decreasing BPSD
L'EMDR dans l'évolution de la prise en charge du TSPT : psychothérapie de la dissociation par les Stimulations Bilatérales Alternées Auditives by Florent Viard( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Scientific background: The alternate bilateral stimulations (ABS) are techniques relating to the visual, tactile or aural modalities used in the psychotherapy EMDR "Eyes Movement Desensitization And reprocessing". Insulating research the SBA often focus on visual modality and relate its effect on subjective disturbance from the decline in observed vegetative activity. However, some PTSD do not exhibit marked vegetative activity, this correlatively with the presence of dissociation (Choi et al., 2017; Sack, Cillien, & Hopper, 2012; Briere, Weathers, & Runtz, 2005) Also, few studies are devoted to auditory ABS except to indicate their lesser effect compared to other modalities (Van Den Hout et al, 2012). On the other hand, the link between the auditory ABS and the dissociation has never been the subject of publication.Problem: What is the effect of auditory ABS on the intensity of event-related dissociation and disturbance signs?Method : After defining dissociation as a process of perception of subjective experience that escapes consciousness, we use an experimental method including 40 voluntary participants to offer an argument in favor of the interest of the auditory ABS in the treatment of dissociation. The study includes 40 healthy participants with stable vegetative activity during the recall of a disturbing memory. The subjects are randomly distributed for the treatment phase during which they recall the event simultaneously to auditory SBA (n = 20) or without hearing SBA (n = 20). The intensity of the signs of dissociation and disturbance is measured in pre-treatment and post-treatment from the average scores in the questionnaire RSDI "Response to script Driven imaging" (Hopper and LA, 2007). Results : For dissociation, there is a significant interaction between the variables group and Moment, F (1, 38) = 5.25, p =. 03. With SBA auditory, there is a difference in pre-and post-treatment scores of significant V = 134, n = 20, p =. 03; In the sense of a decrease. For subjective disturbance, there is no significant interaction between the variables and the difference in scores is not significant.DISCUSSION : The auditory technique reduces the intensity of the dissociation signs. This does not necessarily generate a disturbing subjective experience. These preliminary results open a field of research on dissociative psychopathology and of auditory ABS. Based on the work of Stanislas Dehaene on the "Global Neural work space" and consciousness, we propose a new theoretical model of ABS action by integrating its effects on dissociation. Methodological recommendations are envisaged
Le vieillissement cognitif et l'hypothese de l'exercice mental by Andrea Soubelet( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bien qu'intuitivement plausible et défendue par l'opinion publique, l'hypothèse de l'exercice mental selon laquelle l'investissement d'activités stimulantes sur le plan intellectuel peut améliorer ralentir le déclin observé au fil de l'âge dans certaines habiletés cognitives, souffre toujours d'un manque évident de soutien empirique. La thèse proposée ambitionne de contribuer à l'étude de sa validité, au travers d'approches de l'exercice mental considérant davantage l'interaction activité-individu. À ce titre, quatre études ont été menées, avec quatre indicateurs potentiels de l'exercice mental différents, plus subjectifs que les indicateurs jusqu'alors utilisés. Dans l'ensemble, les études ont soutenu que les individus les plus actifs sur le plan cognitif montraient de meilleures habiletés cognitives, tout au long de la vie. En revanche, aucun des indicateurs d'exercice mental ne s'est avéré modifier la cinétique des effets de l'âge sur le plan cognitif. Par ailleurs, les exigences mentales évaluées d'une activité sont apparues, en partie, fonction des ressources cognitives de l'individu qui la pratique. Contre-intuitivement, il semblerait que de moins grandes ressources cognitives soient associées à de moins grandes exigences mentales perçues. L'accent est mis sur les enseignements apportés par les indicateurs plus subjectifs de l'exercice mental utilisés dans le cadre de ce travail. Nous proposons certaines pistes de recherche et rappelons certaines explications possibles à cet échec récurrent à soutenir empiriquement l'hypothèse de l'exercice mental. Les limites des travaux jusqu'alors conduits nous contraignent à refuser d'accepter, pour l'heure, l'hypothèse nulle
Does Need for Cognition Have the Same Meaning at Different Ages?( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Determining whether Need for Cognition (NC) has the same meaning across age may help understand why there are dramatically different age trends for cognitive abilities and for NC in adulthood. Data from 5,004 participants aged between 18 and 99 years were used to examine both internal relations and external relations of NC. Internal relations were investigated with measures of reliability, examination of factor invariance, and test-retest coefficients across three age groups. External relations were investigated by examining relations of NC with cognitive abilities, engagement, personality, self-rated cognition, and affect. Results suggest that NC may be a broad construct that could reflect motivation to seek out intellectual challenge. In addition, examination of both internal and external relations of NC indicated that the meaning of the construct may be the same across the life span. Finally, the current article showed that the strongest predictor of NC was Openness to Experience, at any age
 
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