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Sensors (Basel) ; 21(17)2021 Sep 05.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34502848


The protection of artistic and cultural heritage is a major challenge due to its peculiarities and its exposure to significant natural hazards. Several methodologies exist to assess the condition of artistic heritage and to protect it from exceptional actions. Moreover, novel digital technologies offer many solutions able to deliver a digital replica of artifacts of interest, so that a reduction in the uncertainties in the analysis models can be achieved. A rational approach to the preservation and protection of artistic heritage is based on traditional approaches supported and integrated by novel technologies, so that qualitative and quantitative indicators of the current condition of artistic heritage can be defined and validated in an interdisciplinary framework. The present paper reports the results of an approach to the maintenance and preservation of art objects housed in a museum complex based on a comprehensive digital path towards a Historical Digital Twin (HDT). A workflow aimed at estimating the stress regime and the dynamic properties of two sculptures, based on the detailed three-dimensional model resulting from a laser scanner survey, is illustrated and discussed. The results highlight the great advantages resulting from the integration of traditional and novel procedures in the field of conservation of artistic assets.

Arte , Artefatos , Lasers , Museus , Preservação Biológica
Public Health ; 198: 245-251, 2021 Sep.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34487868


OBJECTIVES: This article presents the findings of a pilot study situated in a tertiary care cancer centre and examines the impact of an art therapy group on the experiences of women living through breast cancer. STUDY DESIGN: The study design used in this study is a qualitative cross-case comparative case. METHODS: Ten women were interviewed about their experiences making art, many for the first time. Interviews were transcribed and analysed, along with the participants' artist statements. RESULTS: Categories include the following: the significant benefits of art therapy on their sense of self-efficacy; the emotionally enhancing nature of making art for the first time; the power of their artwork to trigger insights about themselves (including subcategories of self-actualization, existential growth, and post-traumatic growth) or in communicating their experiences to loved ones; and how making art changed their worldview and life philosophies, creating doorways of possibilities. CONCLUSION: This study suggests that art therapy provides a safe context to reflect on profound personal changes and to re-story losses following adversity through creative practices as a dimension of care.

Terapia pela Arte , Arte , Criatividade , Feminino , Humanos , Projetos Piloto , Pesquisa Qualitativa , Autoeficácia
Med Probl Perform Art ; 36(3): 218-224, 2021 Sep.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34464967


On Friday, March 26, 2021, the Dutch Performing Arts Medicine Association (NVDMG) organized a scientific and artistic symposium "Genees & Kunst 21" for its 21st member assembly, at Akoesticum in Ede, The Netherlands. It was also the 3rd lustrum symposium, because in 2020 the NVDMG had its 15th anniversary and due to COVID-19 we had to postpone the symposium 1 year. The symposium was held digitally for the first time in the existence of the NVDMG.

Arte , COVID-19 , Música , Humanos , Países Baixos , SARS-CoV-2
Br Dent J ; 231(4): 203, 2021 08.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34446867

Am Psychol ; 76(4): 658-672, 2021.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34410741


The overrepresentation of Asian Americans in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) occupations can render invisible the early experiences of Asian Americans in other fields. In this study, we provide a national and longitudinal portrait of the occupational expectations of Asian Americans (n = 2,340) in high school and their postsecondary years. Multinomial logistic regression models confirm Asian Americans hold high occupational expectations in STEM fields overall. However, longitudinal results also reveal high occupational expectations in arts and sports in Grade 9 that decrease and occupational expectations in business and management that begin low but increase after high school. These longitudinal trends are similar for other students but reveal career trajectories of Asian Americans that receive less attention among researchers. Results show little evidence of misalignment between Asian American occupational expectations and academic subject interests in high school. Gaps in occupational expectations between students categorized as English Learner (EL) and those who are not (non-EL) are also mostly attenuated when accounting for individual and parent backgrounds. The study has implications for supporting Asian American youth interested in non-STEM fields, complicating a characterization of Asian Americans as model minorities uniformly predisposed for STEM fields, and improving Asian American career visibility beyond STEM. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2021 APA, all rights reserved).

Arte , Americanos Asiáticos , Escolha da Profissão , Comércio , Ocupações , Esportes , Estudantes , Adolescente , Adulto , Americanos Asiáticos/psicologia , Engenharia , Feminino , Humanos , Estudos Longitudinais , Masculino , Matemática , Motivação , Pais/psicologia , Instituições Acadêmicas , Ciência , Estudantes/psicologia , Tecnologia , Adulto Jovem
Public Health ; 198: 53-58, 2021 Sep.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34358765


OBJECTIVES: The aim of this article was to report findings from a qualitative focus group study conducted to understand the subjective experiences of community-dwelling healthy older people engaging in a range of participatory arts activities. The article also uses the participants' voices to consider nuances and interconnections of themes to unpack the complexities of 'participatory arts' engagement and support a conceptualisation of 'creative ageing'. STUDY DESIGN: This study involved qualitative focus group interviews. METHODS: Focus group interviews were conducted with five groups of healthy older people (aged ≥50 years) living in the community (i.e. not in residential care settings). Participants were recruited through self-selected sampling, and on the basis of self-reporting, no diagnosis of ill-health. Focus group interviews were digitally recorded and analysed using thematic analysis. Themes developed from a systematic review of participatory arts for promoting well-being in later life conducted previously by the author were used as the stimulus for conversation in the focus groups. Interviews were not transcribed, rather pseudonymised quotations are used to support the themes. The study also explored barriers to participation, although these findings are not reported here. RESULTS: Subjective experiences of participatory arts engagement of healthy older people focused on everyday creativity and reflections on the term 'participation', which challenge the traditional focus of arts and health research on the effects of active engagement. Healthy older people experienced a sense of achievement and 'flow' through creative engagement, which led to opportunities for social interaction and developing a sense of purpose. Through transitions of ageing, older people found creative ways of rediscovering their identity in later life, which supported resilience and highlighted a connection between body, mind and soul. CONCLUSIONS: Findings suggest that participation in everyday creative experiences can lead to a sense of achievement and purpose, which provides support and structure in the construction of changing identity in later life. Participatory arts engagement is particularly instrumental during transitions of ageing. This study provides a conceptualisation of 'creative ageing' which challenges traditional ideas of 'participatory arts' and audience engagement by focusing on subjectivities of the participant voice. The framework moves debate beyond a focus on the efficacy of arts engagement to consider the relevance of subjective experiences of everyday creativity in later life.

Arte , Idoso , Envelhecimento , Criatividade , Nível de Saúde , Humanos , Vida Independente
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34360519


An emerging body of research indicates that active arts engagement can enhance older adults' health and experienced well-being, but scientific evidence is still fragmented. There is a research gap in understanding arts engagement grounded in a multidimensional conceptualization of the value of health and well-being from older participants' perspectives. This Dutch nation-wide study aimed to explore the broader value of arts engagement on older people's perceived health and well-being in 18 participatory arts-based projects (dance, music, singing, theater, visual arts, video, and spoken word) for community-dwelling older adults and those living in long term care facilities. In this study, we followed a participatory design with narrative- and arts-based inquiry. We gathered micro-narratives from older people and their (in)formal caregivers (n = 470). The findings demonstrate that arts engagement, according to participants, resulted in (1) positive feelings, (2) personal and artistic growth, and (3) increased meaningful social interactions. This study concludes that art-based practices promote older people's experienced well-being and increase the quality of life of older people. This study emphasizes the intrinsic value of arts engagement and has implications for research and evaluation of arts engagement.

Terapia pela Arte , Arte , Música , Idoso , Humanos , Vida Independente , Qualidade de Vida
BMC Public Health ; 21(1): 1349, 2021 07 08.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34238255


BACKGROUND: Engaging in the arts is a health-related behavior that may be influenced by social inequalities. While it is generally accepted that there is a social gradient in traditional arts and cultural activities, such as attending classical music performances and museums, previous studies of arts engagement in the US have not adequately investigated whether similar demographic and socioeconomic factors are related to other forms of arts engagement. METHODS: Using cross-sectional data from the General Social Survey (GSS) in the US, we examined which demographic, socioeconomic, residential, and health factors were associated with attendance at arts events, participation in arts activities, membership of creative groups, and being interested in (but not attending) arts events. We combined data from 1993 to 2016 in four analytical samples with a sample size of 8684 for arts events, 4372 for arts activities, 4268 for creative groups, and 2061 for interested non-attendees. Data were analysed using logistic regression. RESULTS: More education was associated with increased levels of all types of arts engagement. Parental education demonstrated a similar association. Being female, compared to male, was also consistently associated with higher levels of engagement. Attendance at arts events was lower in participants with lower income and social class, poorer health, and those living in less urban areas. However, these factors were not associated with participation in arts activities or creative groups or being an interested non-attendee. CONCLUSIONS: Overall, we found evidence for a social gradient in attendance at arts events, which was not as pronounced in participation in arts activities or creative groups or interest in arts events. Given the many benefits of engagement in the arts for education, health, and wider welfare, our findings demonstrate the importance of identifying factors to reduce barriers to participation in the arts across all groups in society.

Arte , Música , Estudos Transversais , Feminino , Humanos , Modelos Logísticos , Masculino , Fatores Socioeconômicos , Estados Unidos
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34201236


The emotions that human beings experience have a key role in the environments in which they operate. In art education, creative processes are influenced by the emotions and experiences lived by the individual, enabling a more emotional and creative design to make life more pleasant. The aim was to examine the research during the period 1917-2020 on the development of emotional creativity in art education. Mathematical and statistical techniques were applied to 984 articles carried from Elsevier's Scopus database. The findings yielded data on the scientific productivity of the journal, authors, research institutions, and countries/territories that promoted this field. The data showed an exponential trend, mostly in the last decade. Five lines of research stand out: emotion, higher education, education, art, and leadership. Moreover, five future research directions related to visual art education, affective paradigm, metacompetency, expressive arts therapy group, and cognitive empathy were detected. This study establishes the link between psychology, neuroscience, and artistic education to constitute the decision-making of the promoters of this topic of research. The analysis of international research allowed us to focus the future publications of academics and researchers, in addition to guaranteeing an adequate approach to the objectives of the institutions and funding centers.

Terapia pela Arte , Arte , Criatividade , Emoções , Empatia , Humanos
Public Health ; 197: 36-38, 2021 Aug.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34298257


OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this article is to analyze the research concepts underlying the construction of a theatrical health intervention on Black well-being, narrative medicine and what we reference as intentional locative healing. STUDY DESIGN: Descriptive postintervention evaluation. METHODS: This short communication article provides specific examples on how to practically implement elements of narrative medicine into an artistic health intervention and in postproduction assessments. RESULTS: Creative interventions that are designed to engage wellness on both an individual and communal level yield more nuanced findings. We recommend embedding reflexive exercises in the intervention for creators, the intended audiences, and jointly within both groups. This approach is in alignment with how narrative medicine is practiced in a clinical setting. It also emphasizes multiple opportunities to integrate close readings and deepen empathetic attentiveness. In addition, in an applied theatrical context, location can be meaningfully used to: 1) address historical tensions in spatial and social communities; 2) provoke curative dialogue to ease said tensions; and 3) ascribe a more restorative meaning to that spatial or social site. CONCLUSIONS: To innovate the discourse and further inform the practice of narrative, arts-based public health interventions, it is important to audit the theoretical thinking that helped guide the creative process. Those intending to engage narrative medicine should take care to remain keenly aware of narrative humility at every step.

Arte , Medicina Narrativa , Humanos , Narração
Pediatrics ; 148(1)2021 07.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34074701


OBJECTIVES: To understand how children perceive severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in relation to public representations and to evaluate their interpretations. METHODS: Children's perceptions of SARS-CoV-2 were evaluated by asking 103 French children, aged 5 to 17 years old, first to draw a coronavirus and then to identify SARS-CoV-2 in a series of 16 images during summer 2020. RESULTS: One hundred three children were included in the study, either during outpatient visits at the hospital (in Marseille and Paris) or through the authors' social network, and were grouped in terms of age, parents' occupation, mode of recruitment, and recollection of having previously seen a representation of a coronavirus. Half of the children drew the coronavirus as circular in shape, and almost all included a crownlike feature. One-third of the drawings had anthropomorphic features. Although the pictorial representations of the virus were fairly accurate overall, the children's interpretations of the crownlike structure were imaginative. The explanations the children gave for their drawings were in some cases surprising. Among the 16 pictures they were shown, the children correctly identified those of SARS-CoV-2, other than the electron micrograph, in more than two-thirds of cases. CONCLUSIONS: Children of all ages, even the youngest, and both sexes had a relatively accurate perception of SARS-CoV-2, as evaluated through their drawings and their ability to recognize it among other pictures. The children's drawings of the coronavirus were colorful and had a less frightening tone than expected in the light of media coverage, suggesting that they had developed coping mechanisms.

Arte , Atitude Frente a Saúde , SARS-CoV-2 , Adolescente , Criança , Pré-Escolar , Feminino , França , Humanos , Masculino
FEBS Lett ; 595(12): 1619-1621, 2021 06.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34133029

Arte , Ciência , Humanos
RECIIS (Online) ; 15(2): 525-539, abr.-jun. 2021. ilus
Artigo em Português | LILACS | ID: biblio-1280893


Este ensaio é um recorte de uma pesquisa mais ampla, a pesquisa de tese que observa a produção do corpo político como parte da manifestação das lutas contemporâneas. Nesse recorte, apresenta-se um relato de experiência, a partir de minha observação participante em um coletivo feminista de arte e educação, de luta antipunitivista e pelo desencarceramento ­ o Coletivo em Silêncio. A narrativa do trabalho apresenta também depoimentos, poesias e entrevistas concedidas à autora por mulheres atingidas pelo sistema prisional e de justiça, mulheres que foram historicamente e socialmente estigmatizadas como pessoas que não servem à sociedade e por isso podem ser descartadas. Este trabalho, que assume um caráter ensaístico, procura tornar evidentes estratégias de resistência através de práticas comunicativas e da expressão artística, e, por fim, criar espaço para que as falas dessas mulheres ressoem e possam ser escutadas.

This essay is an excerpt from a broader research, the thesis research that looks at the production of the political body as part of the manifestation of contemporary struggles. In this framework, a narrative of experiences is presented, based on my participant observation in a feminist collective of art and education, concerned with anti-punitive and de-incarceration agenda ­ Coletivo em Silêncio. The narrative also includes testimonies, poetry and interviews with women who were affected by the prison and justice system, women who were historically and socially stigmatized as people who don't fit into the society and, therefore, can be discarded. This essay seeks to give visibility for practices of communication and artistic expression as strategies of resistance and, finally, set up spaces for those speeches to be resonated and heard.

Este ensayo es un extracto de una investigación más amplia, la investigación de tesis que analiza la producción del cuerpo político como parte de la manifestación de las luchas contemporáneas. En esta sección se presenta un relato de experiencia, basado en la observación participante en un colectivo feminista de arte y educación, anti-punitivo y contra el encarcelamiento ­ Coletivo em Silêncio. La narrativa de esta obra también incluye testimonios, poesía y entrevistas dadas a la autora por mujeres afectadas por el sistema penitenciario y judicial, mujeres que fueron histórica y socialmente estigmatizadas como personas que no sirven a la sociedad y, por tanto, pueden ser descartadas. El trabajo, que asume un carácter ensayístico, busca evidenciar estrategias de resistencia a través de la comunicación y la expresión artística y, finalmente, criar espacios para que sus discursos resuenen y puedan ser escuchados.

Humanos , Prisioneiros/história , Mulheres , Comunicação , Participação Social , Práticas Interdisciplinares , Arte , Brasil , Violência contra a Mulher
J. psicanal ; 54(100): 273-281, jan.-jun. 2021.
Artigo em Português | LILACS, Index Psicologia - Periódicos | ID: biblio-1279352


Este texto destaca as Passagens, diz respeito à formação dos analistas, mas também procura uma amplitude e maior alcance para discutir os contextos. O texto lembra que comemoraremos em 2022 os 100 da Semana de Arte Moderna, movimento motivado pelo questionamento das convenções instituídas nas artes e na cultura. Junto com os modernistas da Semana de 22, chega ao Brasil a psicanálise, que, ao longo desses anos, viveu e vive transformações, entendidas como a própria matéria da qual a psique se nutre. Assim, propõe a ideia de passagens como experiência de regiões de limiar e trânsito, o que constantemente ocorre na vida mental, em momentos de transformação nas várias fases da vida, em detalhes sutis do cotidiano, como os instantes de passagem do sonho para a vigília. Também aponta para as instituições psicanalíticas, as passagens, a maneira pela qual elas ocorrem, e a possível cristalização em certos lugares. Procura-se chamar a atenção a atenção para riscos de burocratizar as passagens em contraposição destaca-se o aspecto questionador e criativo das passagens, trilhas que os modernistas e nossos pioneiros nos sinalizaram.

This text highlights the Passages, refers to the training of analysts, but also seeks a breadth and greater scope to discuss the contexts. In 2022 we will celebrate the centenary of the Modern Art Week, a movement motivated by the questioning of the conventions established in art and culture. Together with the modernists of the Week of 22, psychoanalysis arrives in Brazil, which throughout these years has suffer many transformations, understood as the very matter from which the psyche is nourished. It proposes the idea of passages as an experience of thresholds and regions of transit, which occurs constantly in mental life, in moments of transformation in the different phases of life, in subtle details of daily life, such as moments of the passage from sleep to wakefulness. It also points to the psychoanalytic institutions, the passages, the way they occur, and the possible crystallization in certain places. We call for attention to the risks of bureaucratizing the passages in contrast, the questioning and creative aspect of the passages stands out, paths that the modernists and our pioneers pointed out to us.

Este texto destaca los Pasajes, se refiere a la formación de analistas, pero también busca una amplitud y un mayor alcance para discutir los contextos. El texto recuerda que en 2022 celebraremos el centenario de la Semana de Arte Moderna, un movimiento motivado por el cuestionamiento de las convenciones instituidas en el arte y la cultura. Junto a los modernistas de la Semana del 22, llega a Brasil el psicoanálisis, que a lo largo de estos años ha vivido y vive transformaciones, entendidas como la materia misma de la que se nutre la psique. Así, propone la idea de los pasajes como una experiencia de umbrales y regiones de tránsito, que se ocurre constantemente en la vida mental, en momentos de transformación en las distintas fases de la vida, en detalles sutiles de la vida cotidiana, como los momentos del pasaje del sueño a la vigilia. También apunta a las instituciones psicoanalíticas, los pasajes, la forma en que ocurren y la posible cristalización en determinados lugares. Llamamos la atención sobre los riesgos de burocratizar los pasajes en contraste, se destaca el aspecto cuestionador y creativo de los pasajes, senderos que nos señalaron los modernistas y nuestros pioneros.

Ce texte met en lumière les Passages, fait référence à la formation des analystes, mais cherche aussi une largeur et une plus grande portée pour discuter les contextes. En 2022 nous fêterons le centenaire de la Semaine de l'Art Moderne, mouvement motivé par la remise en cause des conventions établies dans l'art et la culture. Avec les modernistes de la Semaine des 22, la psychanalyse arrive au Brésil, qui tout au long de ces années a vécu et vit des transformations, comprises comme la matière même dont se nourrit la psyché. Ainsi, il propose l'idée des passages comme une expérience de seuils et de régions de transit, qui se produit constamment dans la vie mentale, dans des moments de transformation dans les différentes phases de la vie, dans des détails subtils de la vie quotidienne, tels que des moments du passage du sommeil à la veille. Il met également en évidence les institutions psychanalytiques, les passages, la manière dont ils se produisent et une possible cristallisation dans des lieux particuliers. Nous attirons l'attention sur les risques de bureaucratisation des passages en revanche, l'aspect questionnant et créatif des passages ressort, chemins que nous ont signalés les modernistes et nos pionniers.

Arte , Psicanálise , Cultura
Med Probl Perform Art ; 36(2): 103-107, 2021 Jun.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34079983


BACKGROUND: Despite growing participation in circus arts, little is known about associated injuries. Understanding injury patterns is critical for developing interventions to decrease injury risk and guiding rehabilitation. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this pilot prospective cohort study was to describe injury frequency and characteristics in adolescent and adult circus artists using a surveillance method derived from dance. METHODS: Participants included 14 adolescent [mean age 14.7 yrs (1.3); 100% female] and 10 adult circus artists [mean age 30.7 yrs (3.1); 60% female]. Circus training exposure (single session of one circus discipline) and injuries were tracked for 1 year using a dance-derived injury surveillance guideline. A regression analysis was run using total session exposures, age (in years), and years of circus experience as predictor variables for injury rate. RESULTS: Twenty-one of 24 participants completed the study. Forty-seven injuries were reported (53.2% time loss; 46.8% non-time loss). Joint injuries were most common for both groups. The injury rate per 1,000 exposures was 3 (95%CI 0.6-8.7) for adolescents and 13 (95%CI 6.9-22.01) for adults. The overall regression was significant (F(3,13)=6.66, p=0.006). The only significant predictor was age (beta=0.82, p=0.003). Total session exposures and years of circus experience had betas close to 0 (-0.11 and -0.04, respectively). CONCLUSION: This pilot study comparing injuries in adolescent and adult circus artists found age but not exposure was predictive of injury risk. Use of a standardized injury surveillance guideline in circus, similar to the one used in this study, will provide greater insight into injury patterns by allowing between-study comparison.

Arte , Traumatismos em Atletas , Adolescente , Adulto , Feminino , Humanos , Masculino , Projetos Piloto , Estudos Prospectivos
Acta Biomed ; 92(2): e2021044, 2021 05 12.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-33988180


The study of human anatomy, besides being fundamental to the practice of medicine, has traditionally always been present in the daily life of many Renaissance artists. In this context, the specialized literature has described the famous Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564) as being among the greatest artist-anatomists of his time. Thus, many researchers have tried to better understand the inspirations of this famous artist, and even the possible diseases that affected this genius of human anatomy. Therefore, for the first time, this manuscript provides evidence that Michelangelo Buonarroti may have concealed letters, numbers, and faces in the anatomy of the Vatican's Pietà [Virgin Mary/Jesus Christ] in 1498-9. The revelation of these findings, besides testifying to the artist's considerable skill in representing the corporeal forms in his sculptures, will also be provide useful insights into the iconographic understanding of a work of art that is undoubtedly one of the most important of the Renaissance. Moreover, the present study shall be important for professionals in the medico-artistic field and those who keep some interest in the history of human anatomy, which is undoubtedly a fundamental discipline for the practice of medicine.

Arte , Pessoas Famosas , Humanos
Public Health ; 194: 232-237, 2021 May.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-33962101


OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to offer an overview of literature relating to the topic of arts as activity within the context of military and veteran health and to consider the implications of current knowledge on future research with visually impaired veterans. STUDY DESIGN: A search for literature addressing the topic of visual art activities with visually impaired veterans was undertaken. No research addressing this topic was identified. A review of literature on the related topics of mental health and well-being in military veterans, visual impairment and mental health and well-being, and art therapy for veteran populations was carried out to offer an overview of current knowledge. RESULTS: While there is growing evidence of the benefits of arts engagement among both general and military populations, the role of the visual arts in the everyday lives of broader veteran samples, and the impact of these activities on holistic well-being, remains underexplored. The current article highlights the need for art as activity to be differentiated from art as therapy and argues that the former might offer a tool to positively impact the holistic well-being of visually impaired veterans. CONCLUSIONS: Future research relating to the use of visual art activities in the context of veteran health and well-being should endeavour to explore the potential impacts of engagement on holistic well-being. Research is needed to build on anecdotal evidence of the positive impact of arts engagement on visually impaired veterans by systematically exploring if, and how, holistic well-being in this population may be impacted by engagement with visual art activities.

Arte , Saúde Mental , Veteranos/psicologia , Pessoas com Deficiência Visual/psicologia , Humanos , Narração