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Emotion regulation strategies, cognitive personality styles, and context as predictors of psychological outcomes
Emotion regulation (ER) plays a central role in the development and maintenance of a number of clinical disorders including depression. Research shows maladaptive ER strategies to be more strongly associated with symptoms ...
Personality and early maladaptive schemas differentiating persons who engage in infrequent versus pathological non-suicidal self-injury
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is used as a coping mechanism for regulating emotions and communicating distress. Research has contributed to understanding the prevalence, forms, and functions of NSSI, but little is known ...
Perceived stress, psychological functioning and sleep in night eating syndrome
Night eating syndrome (NES) is defined primarily by evening hyperphagia, and may be accompanied by morning anorexia, sleep disturbance, and depressed mood that worsens in the evening. It is viewed as a circadian disorder ...
Concordance Between Objective Psychometric Neuropsychological Test Findings and Subjective Self-report and its Relationship to Functional Impairment in Depression
Depression is associated with a number of cognitive deficits that are associated with increased functional impairment. Cognitive functioning can be examined by way of subjective self-report measures and/or objective ...
The influence of depression symptoms and antidepressant medications on cognition and driving performance
Research that has examined the influence of depression symptoms and antidepressant medications on driving performance has revealed inconclusive findings (Brunnauer, Laux, Geiger, Soyka, & Moller, 2006; Bulmash et al., ...