|Research Article Title
|Aggression Mediates Relationships between Social Media Addiction and Adolescents’ Wellbeing
|Digital technologies have an important role in human behavior and well-being. The study aimed to investigate the mediation role of aggression in the relationship between social media addiction and mental well-being.
|Reducing Life Dissatisfaction by Ecological Intelligence: Psychological and Psychopathological Implications
|The concept of Life Satisfaction (LS) described as the degree to which a person positively evaluates the overall quality of his/her life as-a-whole.
This study examined the relationship between ecological intelligence and perceived life satisfaction.
|Psychological Diversity in the Workplace: Personality Types and Gender Differences within Ethnicities
|The process of hiring an employee has become an important part. New and innovative ways of assessing employees are continuously sought after, primarily to ensure the right person for the right job. Exploring under-studied psychological differences which may impact the workplace could shed light on this important topic.
|The Relationship Between Daily Hassles and Social Support on Depressive Symptoms among Mothers of Young Kids
|The aim of this paper is to determine the relationship between the common factors of mothers’ depressive symptoms based on the existing literature, including the current happenings within Malaysians.
|Moving While Black: Intergroup Attitudes Influence Judgments of Speed
|The current research examines whether the extent Whites consider Blacks threatening affects perceptions of the relative speed
with which they are moving. Specifically, we will examine
whether perceiving Blacks as threatening is associated with the
rate at which Black versus White targets are perceived to be
moving toward the self.
|Client Perceptions of Corrective Experiences in Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing for Generalized
Anxiety Disorder: An Exploratory Pilot Study
|This study represents an opportunity to elucidate key distinctions between the types of changes clients experienced in therapy, such as distinctions between symptom level and gaining expertise in CBT skills changes, versus higher order shifts in experience or understanding of the self, events, or relationships.
|Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Developmental Trajectories
Related to Parental Expressed Emotion
|The goal of the current study was to examine
parental EE domains’ unique associations with differential ADHD
and ODD symptom trajectories over the transition from childhood
to early adolescence in this context.
|Psychotherapists as Gatekeepers: An Evidence-Based Case Study
Highlighting the Role and Process of Letter Writing for
|The purpose of the current article is to illustrate the assessment
and therapy process of letter writing for transgender individuals.
|Cultural Competence As A Core
Emphasis Of Psychoanalytic
|The present article aims to extend psychoanalytic contributions to the understanding of diversity to a more systematic inclusion of cultural competence as a core, essential component of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
|The Role of Gratitude in Spiritual Well-Being in Asymptomatic
Heart Failure Patients
|The purpose of this study therefore was to examine associations between spiritual wellbeing, gratitude, and physical and mental health in Stage B HF patients and to examine a potential pathway (i.e., gratitude) through which spiritual well-being may promote physical and mental health benefits.
|Preventing Unemployment and Disability Benefit Receipt Among People
With Mental Illness: Evidence Review and Policy Significance
|The aim of this study is to conduct an evidence review and highlight the policy significance of addressing unemployment and reducing disability benefit receipt among individuals with mental illness.
|Anger Intensification With Combat-Related PTSD and Depression Comorbidity
|The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between anger disposition and the co-occurrence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depressive disorder (MDD) among treatment-seeking soldiers deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, with the goal of understanding how anger is intensified in this specific condition and its implications for risk assessment and screening in veterans’ mental health care.
|Special Issue on eHealth and mHealth: Challenges and Future Directions
for Assessment, Treatment, and Dissemination
|The aim of this special issue is to explore and address the challenges and future directions in the fields of eHealth and mHealth, specifically focusing on assessment, treatment, and dissemination strategies.
|Sex Differences in Sports Interest and Motivation:
An Evolutionary Perspective
|The aim of this review is to examine sex differences in sports interest and motivation from an evolutionary perspective, addressing the underrepresentation of females in sports, exploring functional explanations, and investigating the proximate causes, including the role of prenatal hormones and socialization.
|Resilience in the Study of Minority Stress and Health of Sexual
and Gender Minorities
|The aim of this commentary is to address two critical issues that have been underexplored in research on resilience in LGBT populations: first, to emphasize the relationship between resilience and minority stress as part of the stress model; and second, to examine the significance of both individual and community-based resilience in the context of minority stress among LGBT individuals.
|Self-Reported Psychopathy and Its Association With Criminal Cognition
and Antisocial Behavior in a Sample of University Undergraduates
|The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between self-reported psychopathy (assessed through self-report measures) and criminal attitudes, criminal thinking styles, as well as self-reported antisocial behavior among Canadian university undergraduate students, thereby examining the construct validity of these self-report forensic measures in this population.
|An Examination of Generational Stereotypes as a
Path Towards Reverse Ageism
|The aim of this study is to examine the origins and consequences of reverse ageism, focusing on how generational differences and stereotypes contribute to reverse-ageist ideologies and discriminatory behaviors directed at young professionals in the nonprofit sector, through a survey of employees from different generations.
|Adolescents’ Homework Performance in Mathematics and Science:
Personal Factors and Teaching Practices
|The central aim of this study was to systematically investigate the effect of homework on the academic performance of students in mathematics and science, utilizing multilevel models and considering various factors including student autonomy and frequency of homework assignment by teachers, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between homework and student achievement.
|Student Threat Assessment as a Standard School Safety Practice:
Results From a Statewide Implementation Study
|The aim of this study was to examine the statewide implementation of threat assessment in Virginia’s public schools and to identify factors that distinguish serious threats from nonserious ones, providing insights into the nature and prevalence of threats in schools using threat assessment as a school safety practice.
|Terminal Decline in Well-Being: The Role of Social Orientation
|The aim of this study was to investigate the individual differences in late-life well-being decline at the end of life and explore the role of social orientation and engagement, examining how social variables and valuing social goals are associated with late-life well-being trajectories, independently and in combination, using a large longitudinal dataset.
|Dressing up social psychology: Empirically investigating the psychological functions of clothing using the example of symbolic protection
|This study seeks to explore the psychological significance of clothing’s protective function in the context of existential threats, employing both field research and online experiments to understand how mortality concerns influence clothing choices, thus advancing the understanding of clothing’s role in human psychology and terror management theory.
|The impact of anxiety and intolerance of uncertainty on climate change distress, policy support, and pro-environmental behaviour
|This study aims to understand how individual differences in climate change anxiety and intolerance of uncertainty affect climate-related distress, support for climate policies, and behavioral engagement, filling a gap in climate change research.
|Beliefs about emotions predict psychological stress related to somatic symptoms
|The study aims to explore the relationship between individuals’ beliefs about emotions and the extent to which these beliefs can predict the psychological stress experienced in connection with somatic symptoms.
|A case series study of compassion-focused therapy for distressing experiences in psychosis
|The aim of this study is to assess the acceptability of a newly developed manualized individual Compassion-Focused Therapy for psychosis (CFTp) as an intervention to address social threat, inferiority, shame, self-criticism, and depression, which are prevalent in individuals with psychosis and impact their well-being, social trust, and sense of safety.
|Highly sensitive adolescents: The relationship between weekly life events and weekly socioemotional well-being
|The aim of this study is to investigate the role of adolescent sensory-processing sensitivity in relation to weekly life events and socioemotional well-being, exploring how sensitivity interacts with environmental factors to determine susceptibility or resilience in different weeks.
|A new network analysis model in anorexia nervosa patients based on self-reported eating disorder symptoms, psychological distress, and cognitive flexibility
|The aim of this study is to employ network analysis to investigate the complex relationships between cognitive flexibility, psychological distress (including depression and anxiety), and eating disorder symptoms in individuals with Anorexia Nervosa, shedding light on the underlying pathways connecting these variables.
|Multiple social identities and well-being: Insights from a person-centred approach
|This study aims to explore how multiple social identities and their successful integration relate to psychological well-being. The findings show that individuals who strongly identify with various aspects of their identity and perceive successful integration tend to have higher well-being, while those with weaker identifications and poor integration experience lower well-being.
|Psychological well-being in persons with dementia: The role of caregiver expressed emotion
|The aim of this study is to investigate the longitudinal impact of expressed emotion (EE) on the well-being of individuals with dementia, recognizing the link between anxiety, depression, and their overall quality of life, disability, and hospitalization rates.
|Long-term psychotherapy in tertiary care: A practice-based benchmarking study
|This study aims to assess and compare the outcomes of long-term psychological interventions provided in a UK tertiary care psychotherapy service with established service benchmarks, addressing the limited research on the effectiveness of such interventions in this context.
|Situational, emotional, and individual dispositions to weight gain in people with hoarding problems
|The aim of this study is to investigate the factors contributing to the higher prevalence of overweight or obese individuals among those with hoarding disorder, seeking to uncover the underlying reasons for this association.
|Social anxiety and accumulation of status loss events: The role of adulthood experiences
|The aim of this study is to investigate the association between social anxiety (SA) and early-life status loss events (SLEs) during adulthood, expanding on existing research that has primarily focused on this association in earlier life stages.
|Self-processing and social functioning in autistic preschoolers
|The aim of this study is to investigate self-processing abilities in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their association with social functioning, exploring the presence of self-reference effects (SREs) and their impact on the children’s ability to remember self-relevant information in relation to their social difficulties.
|Why do leaders engage in destructive behaviours? The role of leaders’ working environment and stress
|The aim of this study is to investigate the influence of work stressors, specifically workload, role ambiguity, and intragroup conflict, on the emergence of active and passive destructive leadership behaviors among managers. The study also explores the mediating role of perceived stress in these relationships and examines the broader impact on leadership behavior.
|Adolescent loneliness across the world and its relation to school climate, national culture and academic performance
|Do we fail to exert self-control because we lack resources or motivation? Competing theories to explain a debated phenomenon
|The aim of this study is to investigate the underlying mechanisms of the ego depletion effect, specifically examining whether impaired self-control in a subsequent task is due to a depletion of a resource or a lack of motivation. The study contrasts predictions from the strength model and the process model by manipulating monetary incentives and explores their impact on self-control performance.
|The structure of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale: Theoretical and methodological considerations
|The aim of this study is to address inconsistencies in the factor structure of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) by conducting a comprehensive analysis of existing models and exploring the impact of different methodological approaches. The study aims to provide clarity on the factor structure of HADS in an Australian community-dwelling sample and highlight the effects of methodological variations on the scale’s structure.
|I can do good even when my supervisor is bad: Abusive supervision and employee socially responsible behaviour
|This study examines whether abusive supervision within organizations affects employees’ socially responsible behavior (SRB) and explores the psychological mechanisms involved, such as ego depletion. It also considers boundary conditions like trait abusive supervision and impulse control demands, shedding light on the impact of abusive supervision on social good creation.
|Addressing workplace gender inequality: Using the evidence to avoid common pitfalls
|The aim of this Landmark article is to highlight and address four common missteps in workplace gender equality initiatives: focusing solely on statistics, attempting to change women rather than systems, overly optimistic assessments of progress, and neglecting the intersectionality of women’s experiences. The article presents research-backed alternative approaches to these issues.
|The effects of temperature on prosocial and antisocial behaviour: A review and meta-analysis
|The aim of this study is to review existing literature and conduct meta-analyses to examine the relationship between temperature and behavior, specifically looking at prosocial and antisocial behaviors. The study seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the temperature-behavior link, addressing inconsistent findings and theoretical perspectives in the field.
|The process of becoming ‘we’ in an intergroup conflict context: How enhancing intergroup moral similarities leads to common-ingroup identity
|This study explores how perceptions of moral similarity between different ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina can lead to the development of a common national identity, shedding light on the process of inclusive social categorization in post-conflict contexts.
|Self-uniqueness increases women’s willingness to participate in collective action for gender justice, but not support for sex quotas
|The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between self-uniqueness and women’s support for collective action and structural measures promoted by the feminist movement. The study explores whether appeals to self-uniqueness can attract women to the feminist movement but may not necessarily lead to support for specific collective measures against gender inequality, such as sex quotas.
|Does income inequality increase status anxiety? Not directly, the role of perceived upward and downward mobility
|The aim of this study is to examine the causal relationship between economic inequality and status anxiety, exploring whether expected upward and downward mobility mediate this connection. Through two experimental studies, the research investigates the complex interplay between perceived economic inequality, mobility expectations, and status anxiety, revealing multiple processes at play in this relationship.
|Prototypicality at the intersection of gender and sexual orientation
|This study aims to test the Intersectional Invisibility Hypothesis (IIH) by examining how individuals at the intersection of gender and sexual orientation are perceived in relation to prototypical categories. It investigates the impact of heterocentrism and androcentrism on visibility and suggests that psychological research may primarily apply to heterosexual individuals or gay men, highlighting the nuances of intersectionality.
|The mother of violations: Motherhood as the primary expectation of women
|The aim of the study is to investigate how society’s gender norms prioritize motherhood as the ultimate role for women, leading to more negative reactions towards voluntarily childless women compared to those violating other gender norms, ultimately shedding light on this often overlooked gender bias and its resistance to change.
|Gender differences in optimism, loss aversion and attitudes towards risk
|The aim of this study is to investigate how gender differences in financial optimism and financial loss aversion contribute to variations in risk-taking behavior, elucidating their significant role beyond the influence of the Big Five personality traits using large-scale panel data from the United Kingdom.
|Boarding versus day-students: A mixed-methods analysis of sleep and its relationship with psychological distress
|The aim of this study is to examine the differences in sleep patterns between boarding students and day-student peers and investigate the relationship between these sleep patterns and psychological well-being, considering the unique challenges faced by boarders in adapting to a novel environment and the demands of boarding.
|Group CBT for men with intellectual disabilities and/or autism who have harmful sexual behaviour
|The aim of this study is to assess the impact of an adapted Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group, referred to as SOTSEC-ID, on men with intellectual disabilities and/or autism who exhibit harmful sexual behavior (HSB), addressing the accessibility of treatment for this population.
|Do they really care? Specificity of social support issues in hoarding disorder and obsessive–compulsive disorder
|The study aimed to investigate social support and loneliness in individuals with hoarding disorder (HD) compared to those with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and healthy controls, while exploring the role of unmet interpersonal needs and potential mechanisms for deficits in social support among individuals with HD.
|Addressing the psychology of weight loss and maintenance: A feasibility study of the Skills for weight loss and Maintenance weight management programme
|The aim of this study was to assess the feasibility and acceptability of incorporating innovative weight loss maintenance strategies into established weight management programs, while also testing recruitment and data collection methods for future research.
|Self-compassion as a mediator of the relationship between childhood sexual abuse and psychotic symptoms in clinical and non-clinical groups
|This study aims to investigate the relationship between childhood sexual abuse (CSA) and the severity of psychosis symptoms, exploring whether self-compassion serves as a mediating mechanism, thereby filling a gap in understanding the links between adverse childhood experiences and mental health outcomes in individuals with psychosis.
|Building connections through play: Influences on children’s connected talk with peers
|This research examines how well children connect and coordinate their ideas during peer social play. It looks at factors like language skills and understanding others’ emotions and thoughts, using data from a three-year study in early school years. The study emphasizes the importance of the interaction between playmates in shaping how children engage with each other.
|Beliefs about Romantic Relationships and Sexual Attitudes Predicting Romantic Relationship Experiences, Intentions, and Dating App Use
|The aim of this research is to investigate the predictive role of individuals’ beliefs about romantic relationships and their sexual attitudes on various aspects of their romantic relationship status, intentions, and behavior among emerging adults.
|The Differences in Individual-psychological Properties Of Students-journalists and Professional Journalists
|The aim of this research is to explore the differences in personal traits, professional qualities, and professional self-esteem between seasoned journalists and aspiring student journalists, filling a gap in existing literature by focusing on this specific professional context.
|Peculiarities of the Relationships between Anxiety, Psychological Skills, and Injuries in Cuban Athletes
|This study aims to examine the relationships between anxiety, psychological skills, and the history of injuries among a diverse group of Cuban high-performance athletes, providing insights into potential factors contributing to injury risk and prevention in this population.
|When do College Students Seek Mental Health Services?
|The aim of this study is to examine the patterns of mental health services utilization among college students, specifically focusing on identifying at what stage of mental health problems students seek professional help and the specific types of problems that prompt their engagement with mental health services.
|Feeling of Shame and Guilt in Recovering Addicts: A Qualitative Study
|The aim of this qualitative study is to explore the experiences of shame and guilt in 15 men who are in recovery from substance use, shedding light on the emotional dimensions of addiction recovery through in-depth interviews and analysis.
|The Power of Psychological Safety: Investigating its Impact on Team Learning, Team Efficacy, and Team Productivity
|The aim of this research is to assess the impact of psychological safety on team learning, team efficacy, and team productivity among regular employees, examining the correlations between these variables and highlighting the importance of fostering psychological safety within workplace teams for enhanced performance and collaboration.
|Choking Susceptibility and the Big Five Personality Traits
|This study aims to investigate the relationship between the Big Five personality traits and choking susceptibility in Canadian university students, with the hypothesis that specific personality traits can predict an individual’s likelihood of choking under pressure.
|Jealousy and Love: Are they Interconnected?
|The aim of this study is to examine the complex relationship between jealousy and romantic love, including their various dimensions and their impact on romantic relationships. Additionally, the study explores the influence of jealousy on relationship satisfaction and how it may differ between genders in the context of emotional and sexual infidelity.
|Deep Knowledge Principles as a Mediating Factor between Neuroticism and Sports Anxiety
|The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between neuroticism and sports anxiety among athletes, while also examining whether Principles for Deep Knowledge (PDK) mediate this relationship.
|Preventing Unemployment and Disability Benefit Receipt Among People
With Mental Illness: Evidence Review and Policy Significance
|The aim of the study is to determine effective interventions and support services for three distinct groups of individuals with mental illnesses: those experiencing their first episode of psychosis, employed individuals at risk of job loss due to mental illness, and individuals who may rely on long-term mental health services and disability benefits, with the goal of promoting employment and reducing dependence on disability cash benefits.
|Anger Intensification With Combat-Related PTSD
and Depression Comorbidity
|The study aims to explore the association between anger disposition and mental health conditions (PTSD and MDD) among returning soldiers, focusing on whether anger is heightened when both conditions are present, with potential implications for post-deployment care and assessment.
|Effects of Safe and Sound Protocol System on Psychological and
Physiological Functions of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders:
|The aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of listening therapy, which targets auditory processing challenges in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), with a specific focus on its impact on social functioning and behavioral problems, given the existing contradictory research findings.
|Parental Perceptions of their Child’s Over-Excitability and Coping
|The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of the “Goodness of Fit” (match/mismatch) between parental estimations of their child’s Over-Excitability (OE) and the child’s actual OE levels (OE-GoF) on the child’s self-esteem, hope, and well-being, with a focus on coping resources. The study also explores how emotional and sensory types of OE-GoF mediate the relationship between actual OE level and coping resources, providing insights for potential intervention programs.
|Pattern of Psychiatry Referrals in a Tertiary Hospital Teaching Set-up
|The aim of this study is to assess referral patterns, diagnostic concordance, and management concordance in medico-surgical patients with psychiatric morbidity, with a specific focus on understanding the agreement between psychiatrist and non-psychiatrist diagnoses in general hospital consultation-liaison settings.
|Psychological Defense and Strategies of Coping in Alcohol Dependence and
Co-Dependence in Women
|The aim of this study is to compare the adaptive-defensive complex in women with alcohol dependence and co-dependence, examining the combination of psychological defensive styles and coping strategies. The research identifies differences in defensive complexes, coping strategies, and maladaptive strategies in both conditions, shedding light on their psychological characteristics.
|Mind Does Matter: The Psychological Effect of Ankle Injury in Sport
|The aim of this study is to highlight the importance of a comprehensive approach that includes psychological support for athletes with ankle sprains, addressing a gap in previous sports psychological research on injury management.
|Working Memory in Children: Effects of Anxiety and Depression
|The study aimed to examine the relationship between behavioral assessment scores and working memory and IQ among elementary and middle school students with special education needs, focusing on the hypothesis that learning problems would negatively correlate with working memory scores, but not IQ scores, which was confirmed in the results.
|Cognitive Impairment in Bipolar Disorder: Comparison with Cognitive
Impairment in Schizophrenia
|The aim of this research is to explore cognitive impairment in bipolar disorder, comparing it with schizophrenia, to understand potential neurodevelopmental differences and identify cognitive patterns specific to each disorder while considering cognitive variability within each group.
|The Development of Gender Identity in Boys with Autistic Spectrum
Disorders and in Boys with Mental Retardation
|The aim of this study is to investigate the formation of gender identity, specifically in boys with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), by examining their choices of toys and games. The study was conducted on a sample of 99 boys, including those with normal development, ASD, and Mental Retardation, to understand the impact of clinical characteristics on gender identity development.
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