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AbstractCognitive responses to positive affect (PA) are interesting in the context of emotion dysregulation and emotion disorders. Previous research mainly focused on ruminative responses to negative affect in relation to psychopathology. The aim of this study was to explore the interaction...
AbstractThis study set out to examine a little-researched topic: parents’ theories of the malleability of children’s intelligence. The aim of the study was to examine the structure and the reliability of a questionnaire concerning the malleability of intelligence, based on Dweck’s (1999) theory...
AbstractMost previous eyewitness research has been experimental, and studies examining real events are few. The present study examined eyewitness reports from a real-life, extremely stressful event; the sinking of the passenger ship Estonia in 1994. We analysed the police reports from 131...
Nearly half of those with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have co-occurring major depressive disorder. Some etiopathogenic theories and treatments have been postulated for this comorbidity. However, there are no systematic reviews aimed at addressing the clinical impact of comorbid major...
AbstractFew studies have examined fathering in an intimate partner violence (IPV) context outside the US. The present study included 36 Norwegian men who were voluntarily participating in therapy after perpetrating acts of IPV. They were interviewed with the revised Parent Development Interview,...
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