Dating a bipolar and heroin
Recent neuroscientific evidence suggests that the denial of problems related to drug use may be associated with alterations in various brain networks that contribute to insight. HAIS (Hanil Alcohol Insight Scale): validation of an insight-evaluation instrument for practical use in alcoholism.
The interchangeability of these two terms derives directly from the definition of “insight,” and is widely supported by the current literature: in the validation process of several questionnaires designed to measure patients’ insight into mental illness, insight has been defined as “self-appraisal of Illness” (Marks et al., 2000), “judgment” (Kokoszka et al., 2008), “self-reflection on patients’ anomalous experiences” (Engh et al., 2007), “awareness of having a mental disorder” (Beck et al., 2004), and “awareness of psychiatric illness” (Roncone et al., 2003).
Follow-up evaluations will occur 3 and 6 months following the end of treatment.