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Posters will be hanging in the hallway during the poster session. Authors will stand by their poster during the session.
Psychodrama and Gender In Women 's Prison In Spain
Malena Rubistein Poleeff
Asociación Intégrate, Spain
This poster shows the research project from an experience of psychodramatic intervention for gender equality, empowerment and violence prevention, with a group of women inmates in Andalusia.
Gender Matters: Chat with the Journal Editor of Sex Roles
Janice D. Yoder
Kent State University, United States of America
Sex Roles: A Journal of Research is a multidisciplinary, global journal with a feminist perspective that bridges knowledge with proposed action. In this interactive poster session, chat with the Editor about conference-relevant published scholarship as well as how you might contribute as an author and/or reviewer.
Women With Low Frecuency Diseases in Health Literacy
Complutense University of Madrid, España
RISEWISE is a project funded by the European Union and focusing on women with disabilities. We review the participation of women in decisions concerning their health. Being a woman and having a diagnosis of low-frequency illness is a binomial that favours discriminations, highlighting self-care and participation in health decisions.
Health Disparities of Sex Trafficking Survivors: Implications for Treatment
Lauren Rose Hayes, Elin Ovrebo
University of Memphis, United States of America
Survivors of sex trafficking experience mental and physical health disparities that could likely be most effectively addressed through the use of integrated healthcare models. This poster will review the sex trafficking literature from an integrated health perspective and discuss implications for psychologists wishing to use integrated health with this population.
Gender Violence Indicators in Peru
Mª José del Pino Espejo, Marina San Teodoro González, Inmaculada Toro Torralvo, Blanca Visone García de Sola
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain
The coordination among the institutions, the accreditation of experience in the selection processes, the compliance status by the tax and legal department, the level of male chauvinism of the Peruvian society, as well as the repetition of testimonies from victims of gender violence, have clear deficiencies that should be addressed.
Motivation of Individuals who Sell Sex in Thailand: Foreigners’ Perspectives
Elin Ovrebo, Madeline Rae Stenersen, Lauren Hayes, Kimberly Adams
The University of Memphis, United States of America
The current study examined foreigner attitudes towards individuals who sell sex (ISS) in Thailand. Results indicate significant differences in attitudes of participants towards ISS based on the gender and previous experience purchasing sex. This poster will review purpose, methods, results and discuss future research and advocacy recommendations.
Changes In Social Perception Of Violence Against Women In Spain
Virginia Ferreiro-Basurto1, Andrés Sánchez-Prada2, Carmen Delgado-Álvarez2, Esperanza Bosch-Fiol1, Victoria A. Ferrer-Perez1
1University of Balearic Islands, España; 2Pontifical University of Salamanca, España
In recent years there have been important legislative and social changes aimed at eradicating intimate partner violence against women. A comparison between 2006 and 2018 of the perceived frequency and severity of this violence shows significant changes in the Spanish social perception of this problem.
The Psychometric Properties Of The Alexithymia Scale For Children: A Preliminary Study.
Hadj aziz Laidi, Fatima Remaidiya
University Hospital Center of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria
The present study aimed at verifying the psychometric characteristics of children’s which was prepared by Caroline Raiffe (2005) and consist 20 items, where he adopted the alexithymia Scale for adults (TAS20) developed by Bagby et al. (1994), by assessing the level of sincerity and stability in the local environment.
Imaginary of students about Human Relationships in Education
María Luisa Moreno Gutierrez1, Concepcion Garrido3, Pedro Garrido2
1Universidad CEU San Pablo Sevilla, Spain; 2Universidad de Sevilla. Spain; 3Colegio San José SS.CC de Sevilla. Spain
We will conduct a study on the thinking of students of Education in relation to interpersonal relationships in school.hese conceptions that future teachers have will be reflected in their educational practice, in the classrooms of the future