Analyzing Correlations Between Personality Disorders and Frontal Functions: A Pilot Study

Analyzing Correlations Between Personality Disorders and Frontal Functions: A Pilot Study

Raffaele Sperandeo1, Anna Esposito2, Mauro Maldonato3 and Silvia Dell’Orco3 1Department of Human Sciences DISU, University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy. 2Department of Psychology, Seconda Università di Napoli, and IIASS, Caserta, Italy. 3 Department of European and Mediterranean Cultures, Università della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy Abstract  Questo documento riporta i risultati di uno …

Executive functions, temperament and character traits: A quantitative analysis of the relationship between personality and prefrontal functions

Executive functions, temperament and character traits: A quantitative analysis of the relationship between personality and prefrontal functions

Raffaele Sperandeo1, Mauro Maldonato,1 Gesualda Baldo2, Silvia Dell’Orco1 1Department of Human Sciences DISU, Università della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy 2Scuola in Psicoterapia Gestaltica Integrata – SIPGI Torre Annunziata Italy Abstract  L’intento del nostro studio, condotto su un campione di 98 pazienti ambulatoriali psichiatrici, era quello di esplorare le correlazioni tra le …

Executive Functions and Personality Features: a Circular Interpretative Paradigm

Executive Functions and Personality Features: a Circular Interpretative Paradigm

Raffaele Sperandeo1, Enrico Moretto1, Gesualda Baldo1, Silvia dell’Orco2, Mauro Maldonato2 1SiPGI Postgraduate School of Integrated Gestalt Psychotherapy, D.M. 12.10.2007 Naples, Italy 2Department of Human science, Università della Basilicata, Italy Abstract Lo studio descrive la relazione tra i tratti della personalità e le funzioni esecutive all’interno di un paradigma circolare. The …

Exploring the relationships between executive functions and personality dimensions in the light of “Embodied Cognition” theory: A study on a sample of 130 subjects

Exploring the relationships between executive functions and personality dimensions in the light of “Embodied Cognition” theory: A study on a sample of 130 subjects

Raffaele Sperandeo1,§,*, Elisabetta Picchiochi2,3,§, Anna Valenzano2, Giuseppe Cibelli2, Valentina Ruberto2, Enrico Moretto1, Vincenzo Monda4, Antonietta Messina 4, Silvia Dell’Orco5, Alfonso Davide Di Sarno1, Gabriella Marsala6, Anna Nunzia Polito7, Teresa Longobardi 1, Nelson Mauro Maldonato5  1SiPGI Postgraduate School of Integrated Gestalt Psychotherapy, D.M. 12.10.2007 Naples, Italy – 2Department of Clinical and …