Development of CBT Combined with MAP Program Improving Recognition Memory in Alcohol Dependence Patients

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นรากร สารีแหล้
ภัทราวดี มากมี
ศราวิน เทพสถิตภรณ์
สมจิต แดนสีแก้ว

Abstract

This quasi-experimental research aimed at studying the effects of cognitive and behavioral therapy programs. Combined with physical and mental training for remembering memory recall in alcohol dependent patients By comparing the study results in Cognitive state And learning and remembering Within and between the experimental group and the control group The sample consisted of 40 alcohol dependence patients admitted at Thanyarak Udonthani, Hospital. The samples were randomly assigned into the experimental group and the control group, 20 persons in each phase. No, there are samples that withdraw from the research The experimental group participated in the cognitive and behavioral therapy program. Combined with physical and mental training The control group received standard care from Thanyarak Udon Thani, Hospital(Standard Care). The program has 2 measurements: before the experiment And after the experiment Tools used in the research were Mind and Behavior Therapy Program Combined with physical and mental training And the program performance evaluation form The Hopkins Verbal Learning Test – Revise (HVLT-R) and The Mentreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA). Data analyses were undertaken to obtain frequencies, percentages, means and standard deviations. Independent t-test statistic were performed for hypothesis testing.


Results indicated the followings.


  1. Mean HVLT-R scores Within and between the experimental group and the control group Before and after the experiment, Where the experimental group was higher than the control group (M = 10.18, SD = 2.01), there were statistically significant differences (p <0.05).

  2. Mean MoCAscores Within and between the experimental group and the control group Before and after the experiment, Where the experimental group was higher than the control group (M = 23.60, SD = 2.06), there were statistically significant differences (p <0.05).

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