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educator , Psychiatrist

Jesus-Antonio Ramos-Brieva, Spanish psychiatrist, educator. Achievements include development of the sequential hypothesis about endogenous/neurotic classification of the depression; development of Pathological Sadness Index; confirmation of the different quality of the pathological anxiety (panics) comparing it with the common fear; development of scale of control of impulsiveness.

Background

Ramos-Brieva, Jesus-Antonio was born on February 3, 1950 in Caceres, Spain. Son of Faustino and Antonia (Brieva) Ramos.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Salamanca, Spain, 1973. Degree psychiatry, University Complutense, Madrid, 1978.

Career

Psychiatrist, consultant, Insalud, Madrid, 1980-1982; psychiatrist, research, Consejeria de Salud, Madrid, 1982-1991; psychiatrist, consultant, researcher, Hospital 12 de Octubre, Madrid, 1991-1995; psychiatrist, consultant, researcher, Hospital Ramon Y Cajal, Madrid, since 1995; associate professor psychiatry, U. Alcala de Henares, Madrid, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of the sequential hypothesis about endogenous/neurotic classification of the depression. Development of Pathological Sadness Index. Confirmation of the different quality of the pathological anxiety (panics) comparing it with the common fear.

    Development of scale of control of impulsiveness.

Membership

Member Spaniard Society of Epidemiological Psychiatry (founder, first secretary 1986), Spaniard Society of Biological Psychiatry, Spaniard Society Psychiatry.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, music, movies, photography, drawing.

Connections

Married Amelia Cordero-Villafafila, November 17, 1984. Children: Eva, Maria-Jesus, Ana.

father:
Faustino Ramos

mother:
Antonia (Brieva) Ramos

spouse:
Amelia Cordero-Villafafila

child:
Maria-Jesus Ramos-Brieva

child:
Eva Ramos-Brieva

child:
Ana Ramos-Brieva