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RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SOCIAL ANXIETY, SELF-FOCUSED ATTENTION, AND EXPERIENTIAL DISTRESS AND AVOIDANCE

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Debra M. GLICK, Susan M. ORSILLO Suffolk University, Boston, USA Abstract Self-focused attention is a notable feature of social anxiety, yet research has not established its function. We hypothesized that self-focused attention may reflect attempts to control or alter internal experiences (i.e., experiential avoidance). Undergraduates high in social anxiety reported more fear of losing control […]

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THE EFFECTS OF MINDFULNESS-BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY ON DEPRESSIVE GAIT PATTERNS

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Johannes MICHALAK1, Nikolaus F. TROJE2, Thomas HEIDENREICH3 1Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany 2Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada 3University of Applied Sciences, Esslingen, Germany Abstract According to embodiment theories, the experience of emotional states affects somatovisceral and motoric systems, whereas the experience of bodily states affects methods by which emotional information is processed. In the light of the […]

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OFFENDING, VICTIMIZATION, AND DOUBLE INVOLVEMENT: DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE THREE PROFILES

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Celeste SIMÕES, Margarida GASPAR MATOS, Equipa Aventura Social FMH/UTL & CMDTla/IHMT/UNL, Lisbon, Portugal Abstract Bullying in schools is associated with several factors such as the individual, family, peers, school, and community. Some recent studies showed that the main social contexts (i.e., family, friends, classmates and teachers) have an indirect impact on risk behaviors through their […]

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THE ROLE OF IRRATIONAL BELIEFS, BROODING AND REFLECTIVE PONDERING IN PREDICTING DISTRESS

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Paul Lucian SZASZ Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Abstract The present study investigated the relationships between two forms of ruminative thoughts, brooding, and reflective processing, in relation with irrational beliefs and their impact on distress. While significant amount of data support the role of irrational beliefs and depressive rumination as vulnerability factors in distress, no attempts […]

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REDUCED SPECIFICITY OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY IN ANOREXIA NERVOSA

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Tímea KOVÁCS (KRIZBAI) 1,2 , Pál SZABÓ1, Bea PÁSZTHY3 1University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary 2Sapientia, Hungarian University of Transylvania, Târgu-Mureş, Romania 3Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary Abstract During the past years many researchers have focused their attention on autobiographical memory and its deficits in clinical samples suffering of emotional disturbance. The aim of this research was […]

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MEASURING PSYCHOLOGICAL FLEXIBILITY: PRELIMINARY DATA ON THE PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE ROMANIAN VERSION OF THE ACCEPTANCE AND ACTION QUESTIONNAIRE (AAQ-II)

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Krisztina-Gabriella SZABÓ, Jenő-László VARGHA, Róbert BALÁZSI, Juliánna BARTALUS, Vasile BOGDAN Babeş Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania Abstract The Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (AAQ-II) is an instrument designed to assess individual differences in psychological flexibility, as conceptualized within Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The main purpose of the present study was to provide preliminary data on […]

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PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF “YOUNG SCHEMA QUESTIONNAIRE-SHORT FORM 3” IN A TURKISH ADOLESCENT SAMPLE

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Dilek SARITAŞ, Tülin GENÇÖZ Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey Abstract The aim of this study was to explore the psychometric properties of the Young Schema Questionnaire-Short Form 3 (YSQ-SF3) among Turkish adolescents. A total of 356 high school students (198 females and 158 males) whose ages ranged between 15 and 18 participated in the […]

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IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM AND IRRATIONAL BELIEFS

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Florin A. SAVA, Laurenţiu P. MARICUŢOIU, Silvia RUSU, Irina MACSINGA, Delia VÎRGĂ West University of Timişoara, Timişoara, Romania Abstract The relationship between irrational beliefs and explicit and implicit self-esteem was examined in two consecutive studies (N1 = 117; N2 = 102) conducted on undergraduate university students. Two robust findings were the negative correlation between explicit […]

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