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DSAS-6 Organizes a Tube-like Centriole Precursor, and Its Absence Suggests Modularity in Centriole Assembly
Centrioles are microtubule-based cylindrical structures that exhibit 9-fold symmetry and facilitate the organization of centrosomes, flagella, and cilia [1]. Abnormalities in centrosome structure andExpand
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The validation of the Body Image Acceptance and Action Questionnaire: exploring the Moderator Effect os Acceptance on Disordered Eating
Body image can be defined as the individual experience of the physical self (Cash, 2004). For Thompson (1996) it encompasses three dimensions: the perceptual, which is related to the perception ofExpand
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Turning eating psychopathology risk factors into action. The pervasive effect of body image-related cognitive fusion
Body image dissatisfaction and unfavourable social comparisons are significant risk factors to eating psychopathology. Nevertheless, the impact of these negative experiences depends on the cognitiveExpand
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Developments on committed action: Validity of the CAQ-8 and analysis of committed action's role in depressive symptomatology in breast cancer patients and healthy individuals.
Committed action, a process of acceptance and commitment therapy's psychological flexibility model, is considered an understudied construct that currently can only be measured by one instrument, theExpand
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Social safeness and disordered eating: Exploring underlying mechanisms of body appreciation and inflexible eating
Feelings of social safeness and connectedness have been associated with adaptive emotion regulation processes and well-being indicators. Further, literature has demonstrated that interpersonalExpand
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Title: Turning Eating Psychopathology Risk Factors into Action: the Pervasive Effect of Body Image-related Cognitive Fusion Running Head: Cognitive Fusion and Eating Psychopathology Turning Eating
35 Body image dissatisfaction and unfavourable social comparisons are significant 36 risk factors to eating psychopathology. Nevertheless, the impact of these negative 37 experiences depends on theExpand
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A necessidade de competir para evitar a inferioridade: Estudos de validação da versão portuguesa da SAIS
The Striving to Avoid Inferiority Scale (SAIS) assesses beliefs about the need to compete or struggle to avoid inferiority. In a sample of 2411 subjects from general population, it was verified aExpand
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The Need to Present a Perfect Body Image: Development of a New Measure of Perfectionistic Self-Presentation
Perfectionistic self-presentation is linked to different clinical conditions and specially to eating disorders. In fact, the role that the drive to reach “perfection” and display it to others playsExpand
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The longitudinal effects of emotion regulation on physical and psychological health: A latent growth analysis exploring the role of cognitive fusion in IBD. British Journal of Health
Objective. This study thus aims to test differences between patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) regarding IBD symptomatology, cognitive fusion, and psychological and physical health, asExpand
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To further understand orthorexia nervosa: DOS validity for the Portuguese population and its relationship with psychological indicators, sex, BMI and dietary pattern
Orthorexia nervosa (ON) is considered a pathological fixation with healthy eating. Despite recent research focus, there is still a lot of inconsistent information concerning ON, including itsExpand
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