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Katedra Psychoterapii IJ CM
Submission date: 2018-03-13
Acceptance date: 2018-03-13
Publication date: 2018-03-11
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Katarzyna Cyranka   

Katedra Psychoterapii IJ CM, ul. Lenartowicza 14, 31-138 Kraków, Poland
Arch Psych Psych 2018;20(1):5-6
Several articles in this issue of Archives address the subject of education and psychoeducation in relation to various issues connected with mental health [1]. Assuming that emotional intelligence is of paramount importance in achieving professional efficiency by residents functioning in the emergency department of the Iranian university hospital, they argue that short educational training improving this type of intelligence brings the expected results. Shah et al. [2] postulate educating medical students towards more liberal attitudes to sexual behavior. The premise for this would be the results of their research indicating the relatively conservative opinions of students who start their medical studies in India with respect to autoerotic, heterosexual, homosexual, deviant and non-sexual behaviors. Ghahremani et al. [3] studied the impact of the short educational program on the negative image of one's body and self-respect in the group of high school students in Iran - stating its promising effectiveness.
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