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Abstract This article aimed to explore individual level factors as predictors of misogynistic attitudes. Given that misogyny and activity on online forums related to so called incel-dom is growing and has been identified as a terrorist threat, it becomes important to better understand the...
Abstract Parental executive functioning (EF) is considered one key contributing source, via direct and indirect routes, of inter-individual variation in offspring EF. The current study investigated the unexplored associations between maternal EF and infant EF as well as its precursor, sustained...
Abstract Impaired parental reflective functioning (PRF), i.e. difficulties in understanding one’s child in terms of mental states, may constitute a risk for children’s development and wellbeing. Impaired PRF has been linked to parental psychopathology, however no study has investigated PRF in...
Abstract Objective: This study examines the reciprocal relationship between self-compassion and eating disorder (ED) and trauma symptoms for patients receiving compassion- focused therapy for eating disorders (CFT-E). Method: A total of thirty-six patients with EDs and childhood trauma received...
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