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ISSN Introduction: Intermittent explosive disorder IED is aan externalizing externalising disorder characterized characterised by recurrent aggression episodes.
Even though this disorder was described several decades ago, and it carries personal and social consequences, there is little in the medical scientific literature on this. Objective: To perform a conceptualization conceptualisation of this disorder, through the review and bibliometric analysis of the available scientific articles. Material and methods: A search was performed in databases with the english English terms intermittent explosive disorder, impulse disorders control [MeSH], in combination with other terms.
Discussion: IED prevalence ranges from 1. Scientific publications about IED are few and relatively recent, and the vast majority is provided bycomes from the United States This fact highlights the need to replicate the findings described about the IED in order to demonstrate the validity and reliability of its diagnostic criteria.
It is possible that doubts about the existence of a diagnosis lead have led to such a scant literature about the IED. Conclusions: Available studies about IED allow have allowed characterizing a group of subjects with episodes of impulsive aggression to be characterised, but this description requires replication in different latitudes needs to be repeated in different areas.
Keywords : Intermittent explosive disorder; Impulse control disorder; Aggression; Bibliometrics. Services on Demand Article.
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Trastorno explosivo intermitente: un diagnóstico controversial
Multicomponent cognitive-behavioral therapy for intermittent explosive disorder by videoconferencing: a case study. Terapia Cognitivo-Conductual multicomponente para el tratamiento del Trastorno Explosivo Intermitente por videoconferencia: un estudio de caso. Cognitive-behavioral Therapy CBT for the treatment of Intermittent Explosive Disorder IED has proved to be effective, with moderate to large effect sizes both in individual and group interventions. Videoconferencing has been used effectively to treat different mental disorders but its use for IED patients is as yet unknown. The aim of this study is to provide preliminary evidence of the possibility of treating IED by videoconference. We present a case-study experiment of a Spanish male, aged 33 years, living and working in China.
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