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Effects of sex, mood and sex-role beliefs on interpersonal responses to depressed persons
This study examined interpersonal reactions to depressed individuals as a function of the sex of a depressed person, and the sex and sex-role beliefs of the respondent. Egalitarian and traditional participants of both ...
Panic attacks, hypochondriacal concerns, and selective processing of threat cues
Cognitive theories of panic disorder and hypochondriasis were investigated using a modification of the Stroop Colour-naming Task. Sixty-two participants were divided into four groups (hypochondriacal panickers, ...
Assessment of the random version of the Beck Depression Inventory II
The present study compared a random version of the Beck Depression Inventory II (BDI-IIR, based on the work of Dahl Strom, Brooks, & Peterson, 1990) with the standard version in a sample of 139 university students. The ...
Battered and nonbattered women's preferences for and expectations about liberal feminist, radical feminist, and cognitive therapy
Prior research has suggested that feminist therapy is an effective form of counseling for battered women (BW). To date however, virtually no studies have considered the importance of the client's expectations of, or ...