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  1. Previous studies have found that perceptions of mental health related stigma can negatively impact help-seeking, particularly in military samples. Moreover, perceptions of stigma and barriers to care can vary ...

    Authors: Victoria Williamson, Neil Greenberg and Sharon A. M. Stevelink

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:75

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  2. Prioritization of the processing of threatening stimuli induces deleterious effects on task performance. However, emotion evoked by viewing images of snakes exerts a facilitating effect upon making judgments o...

    Authors: Marine Grandgeorge, Alban Lemasson, Martine Hausberger, Hiroki Koda and Nobuo Masataka

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:74

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  3. Adolescence is a time of considerable social, cognitive, and physiological development. It reflects a period of heightened risk for the onset of mental health problems, as well as heightened opportunity for fl...

    Authors: Charlotte Booth, Annabel Songco, Sam Parsons, Lauren Charlotte Heathcote and Elaine Fox

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:73

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  4. For some young persons diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, treatment will inevitably involve phases where hospitalization is required. Inspired by the encouraging evidence-base for outpatient family-based treatme...

    Authors: Jan-Vegard Nilsen, Trine Wiig Hage, Øyvind Rø, Inger Halvorsen and Hanne Weie Oddli

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:72

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  5. Sexual harassment is a widespread problem with serious consequences for individuals and societies. It is likely that sexual harassment among peers has its main onset during the transition from late childhood t...

    Authors: Therése Skoog, Kristina Holmqvist Gattario and Carolina Lunde

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:71

    Content type: Study protocol

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  6. The demands of daily life often cause mothers high levels of distress and other negative emotions. Anger, including harsh verbal discipline, has been linked to child maltreatment, with long-term adverse effect...

    Authors: Hiromi Tobe, Mariko Sakka and Kiyoko Kamibeppu

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:69

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  7. In the last decade academic stress and its mental health implications amongst university students has become a global topic. The use of valid and theoretically-grounded measures of academic stress in universit...

    Authors: Igor Portoghese, Maura Galletta, Fabio Porru, Alex Burdorf, Salvatore Sardo, Ernesto D’Aloja, Gabriele Finco and Marcello Campagna

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:68

    Content type: Research article

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  8. To bridge the gap between symptoms and treatment, constructing case formulations is essential for clinicians. Limited scientific value has been attributed to case formulations because of problems with quality,...

    Authors: Øystein Sørbye, Hanne-Sofie J. Dahl, Tracy D. Eells, Svein Amlo, Anne Grete Hersoug, Unn K. Haukvik, Cecilie B. Hartberg, Per Andreas Høglend and Randi Ulberg

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:67

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  9. Recent Life Changes Questionnaire (RLCQ) developed by Richard Rahe has enabled quantification of stress by analyzing life events. The overall aim of the study was to create a reliable version of the Rahe’s RLC...

    Authors: Azmina Artani, Ayeesha K. Kamal, Syed Iqbal Azam, Moiz Artani, Shireen Shehzad Bhamani, Mehreen Saif, Fariha Afzal Khan and Nazir Alam

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:66

    Content type: Research article

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  10. Almost 90% of cancer patients suffer from symptoms of fatigue during treatment. Supporting treatments are increasingly used to alleviate the burden of fatigue. This study examines the short-term and long-term ...

    Authors: Teresa Zetzl, Michael Schuler, Agnes Renner, Elisabeth Jentschke and Birgitt van Oorschot

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:64

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  11. There is growing evidence for the value of technology-based programs to support fathers to make positive transitions across the perinatal period. However, past research has focused on program outcomes with lit...

    Authors: Richard Fletcher, Tess Knight, Jacqui A. Macdonald and Jennifer StGeorge

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:63

    Content type: Research article

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  12. In Germany, only limited data are available on attitudes towards death. Existing measurements are complex and time consuming, and data on psychometric properties are limited. The Death Attitude Profile- Revise...

    Authors: Jonas Jansen, Christian Schulz-Quach, Nikolett Eisenbeck, David F. Carreno, Andrea Schmitz, Rita Fountain, Matthias Franz, Ralf Schäfer, Paul T. P. Wong and Katharina Fetz

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:61

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  13. Mental health problems are a significant social issue that have multiple consequences, including broad social and economic impacts. However, many individuals do not seek assistance for mental health problems. ...

    Authors: Brian Moore, Dean Dudley and Stuart Woodcock

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:60

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  14. During the preschool years, children’s development of skills like language and communication, executive functions, and socioemotional comprehension undergo dramatic development. Still, our knowledge of how the...

    Authors: Tove Gerholm, Petter Kallioinen, Signe Tonér, Sofia Frankenberg, Susanne Kjällander, Anna Palmer and Hillevi Lenz-Taguchi

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:59

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  15. Indigenous people are over represented among homeless populations worldwide and the prevalence of Indigenous homelessness appears to be increasing in Canadian cities. Violence against Indigenous women in Canad...

    Authors: Brittany Bingham, Akm Moniruzzaman, Michelle Patterson, Jitinder Sareen, Jino Distasio, John O’Neil and Julian M. Somers

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:57

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  16. Parental physical punishment (e.g., spanking) of children can gradually escalate into child physical abuse (CPA). According to social-information processing (SIP) models of aggressive behaviors, distorted soci...

    Authors: Koji Shimada, Ryoko Kasaba, Akiko Yao and Akemi Tomoda

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:56

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  17. Inhibitory control, a key modulatory component of cognition guiding strategy and behaviour, can be affected by diverse contingencies. We explore here the effect of expectation of reward over behavioural adjust...

    Authors: Paula M. Herrera, Alberto Vélez Van Meerbeke, Mario Speranza, Claudia López Cabra, Mauricio Bonilla, Michaël Canu and Tristan A. Bekinschtein

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:55

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  18. Although clinical supervision is considered to be a major component of the development and maintenance of psychotherapeutic competencies, and despite an increase in supervision research, the empirical evidence...

    Authors: Franziska Kühne, Jana Maas, Sophia Wiesenthal and Florian Weck

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:54

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  19. Clinical anxiety is common during the perinatal period, and anxiety symptoms often persist after childbirth. Ten to 30 % of perinatal women are diagnosed with panic disorder (PD)—far more than the 1.5–3% rate ...

    Authors: Kazuki Matsumoto, Koichi Sato, Sayo Hamatani, Yukihiko Shirayama and Eiji Shimizu

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:53

    Content type: Case report

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  20. Explicit attitudes as well as implicit attitudes have been shown to be associated with physical activity (PA). These two types of attitudes can, however, be discrepant towards the same object or behavior. This...

    Authors: Carolin Muschalik, Iman Elfeddali, Math J. J. M. Candel, Rik Crutzen and Hein de Vries

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:52

    Content type: Research article

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  21. This study evaluates the psychometric properties of four models of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) in a sample of 1470 children and adolescents from Biblián, Ecuador. The instrument has been...

    Authors: Paúl Arias-Medina

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:51

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  22. Previous research has noted trends of increasing internalizing problems (e.g., symptoms of depression and anxiety), particularly amongst adolescent girls. Cross-cohort comparisons using identical assessments o...

    Authors: Natalie Durbeej, Karolina Sörman, Eva Norén Selinus, Sebastian Lundström, Paul Lichtenstein, Clara Hellner and Linda Halldner

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:50

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  23. Nowadays there is a growing interest in exploring causes of fatigue symptoms and the possible linked aspects in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) receiving hemodialysis (HD) treatment. Inflammatory pr...

    Authors: Michela Balconi, Laura Angioletti, Daniela De Filippis and Maurizio Bossola

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:49

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  24. Alopecia Areata (AA) is an autoimmune condition that is characterised by non-scarring hair loss. Its aesthetic repercussions can lead to profound changes in psychological well-being. Although physical activity...

    Authors: Y. Rajoo, J. Wong, G. Cooper, I. S. Raj, D. J. Castle, A. H. Chong, J. Green and G. A. Kennedy

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:48

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  25. Whereas meditation training has been purported to support slower cellular aging, little work has explored the association among different facets of dispositional mindfulness, self-compassion, and cellular agin...

    Authors: Shian-Ling Keng, Onn Siong Yim, Poh San Lai, Soo Hong Chew and Richard P. Ebstein

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:47

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  26. There are known gender differences in the impacts infertility has on quality of life and well-being. Less is known about how infertile couples spend time on fertility-related tasks and associations with qualit...

    Authors: Rachel Cusatis, Nicole Fergestrom, Alexandra Cooper, Kate D. Schoyer, Abbey Kruper, Jay Sandlow, Estil Strawn and Kathryn E. Flynn

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:45

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  27. Current data about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Deficiency (ADHD) guideline use in the Netherlands are absent. This study analysed ADHD guideline use among different healthcare workers, and the use of key e...

    Authors: Birgit Levelink, Lonneke Walraven, Edward Dompeling, Frans J. M. Feron and Dorothea M. C. B. van Zeben-van der Aa

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:43

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  28. A theoretical model of mindful parenting has the potential to succinctly summarise its various change processes. The primary aim of this study was to investigate some of the change processes associated with mi...

    Authors: Kishani Townshend and Nerina Jane Caltabiano

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:41

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  29. Globally, the phenomenon of reality shock is a major contributor to the attrition of healthcare professionals. Reality shock negatively impacts on initial workplace transition, productivity, and ultimately, em...

    Authors: Tawanda Gilbert Alfred Chipere and Pauline Busisiwe Nkosi

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:40

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  30. Significant gaps exist in education for prospective and new parents, especially for some of the most vulnerable families. Prospective parents would like more information during pregnancy to prepare them for pa...

    Authors: Touran Shafiei, Helen L. McLachlan, Jan M. Nicholson, Sarah Hay, Michelle Newton, Heather Grimes, Fiona McLardie-Hore and Della A. Forster

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:39

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  31. Long-Term Conditions are physical health issues which profoundly impact physical and psychological outcomes and have reached epidemic worldwide levels. An increasing evidence-base has developed for utilizing Supp...

    Authors: Niall Anderson and Gozde Ozakinci

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:38

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  32. Depressive disorder is ranked as the largest contributor to non-fatal health burden. However, with prompt treatment, outcomes can improve. Family and friends are well placed to recognise the signs of depressio...

    Authors: Kathy S. Bond, Fairlie A. Cottrill, Fiona L. Blee, Claire M. Kelly, Betty A. Kitchener and Anthony F. Jorm

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:37

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  33. Physicians and nurses have substantial problems with wellbeing and burnout. We examined the reliability and construct validity of a wellbeing inventory (WBI) administered to some physicians and nurses working ...

    Authors: C. Michael Dunham, Amanda L. Burger, Barbara M. Hileman and Elisha A. Chance

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:36

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  34. Partners are often the main caregivers in the care for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and progressive muscular atrophy (PMA). Providing care during the progressive and fatal disease course o...

    Authors: Jessica de Wit, Sigrid C. J. M. Vervoort, Eefke van Eerden, Leonard H. van den Berg, Johanna M. A. Visser-Meily, Anita Beelen and Carin D. Schröder

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:35

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  35. While extensive research has highlighted the positive mental health outcomes associated with mindfulness, little work has examined how mindfulness may protect the mental health of first responders exposed to t...

    Authors: Isabelle Counson, Dominic Hosemans, Tara J. Lal, Brendan Mott, Samuel B. Harvey and Sadhbh Joyce

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:34

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  36. Procrastination is seen as a severe problem among young people, and many factors have been claimed to be associated with it, playing video games being one of them. One of the reasons why video games might be r...

    Authors: Kent Nordby, Ronny Andre Løkken and Gerit Pfuhl

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:33

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  37. While mental health challenges in the classroom have increased over the past several years, existing research suggests that many educators feel unprepared to broach the topics of mental health and mental illne...

    Authors: Brooke Linden and Heather Stuart

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:32

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  38. Mental health problems are leading contributors to the global disease burden in adolescents. This study aims to highlight (1) salient context-specific factors that influence stress and coping among school-goin...

    Authors: Rachana Parikh, Mahima Sapru, Madhuri Krishna, Pim Cuijpers, Vikram Patel and Daniel Michelson

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:31

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  39. Self-management is an important factor in maintaining and promoting mental health and recovery from mental health challenges. Thus, it is important to assess and support mental health self-management. In this ...

    Authors: Yasuko Morita, Yuki Miyamoto, Ayumi Takano, Norito Kawakami and Simon Coulombe

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:30

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  40. Implicit biases are present in the general population and among professionals in various domains, where they can lead to discrimination. Many interventions are used to reduce implicit bias. However, uncertaint...

    Authors: Chloë FitzGerald, Angela Martin, Delphine Berner and Samia Hurst

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:29

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  41. Social networks have had a major influence on students’ performance in recent years. These networks create many opportunities and threats for students in various fields. Addiction to social networking and its ...

    Authors: Seyyed Mohsen Azizi, Ali Soroush and Alireza Khatony

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:28

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  42. Many childhood cancer survivors develop neurocognitive impairment, negatively affecting education and psychosocial functioning. Recommended comprehensive neuropsychological testing can be time- and cost- inten...

    Authors: Lyn M. Balsamo, Hannah-Rose Mitchell, Wilhelmenia Ross, Catherine Metayer, Kristina K. Hardy and Nina S. Kadan-Lottick

    Citation: BMC Psychology 2019 7:26

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