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The clinical significance of loneliness: a literature review.
Satisfying social relationships are vital for good mental and physical health. Accordingly, we recommend that the alleviation and prevention of social relationship deficits be a key focus ofExpand
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Mindful emotion regulation: An integrative review.
This review aims to integrate the constructs of mindfulness and emotion regulation. Research into both of these areas is relatively new, and while several reviews have emerged for each areaExpand
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The development of normal fear: a century of research.
  • E. Gullone
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Clinical psychology review
  • 1 June 2000
This paper reviews over a century's research into the developmental patterns of normal fear. Normal fear has been defined as a normal reaction to a real or imagined threat and is considered to be anExpand
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The Emotion Regulation Questionnaire for Children and Adolescents (ERQ-CA): a psychometric evaluation.
Despite the recognized importance of emotion regulation (ER) for healthy psychological development, ER research has focused predominantly on the developmental periods of infancy, early childhood, andExpand
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The Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment—Revised (IPPA‐R) for children: a psychometric investigation
Despite the importance of attachment theory in developmental research, there is an absence of valid and reliable tools with which to assess attachment beyond infancy and prior to late adolescence. ToExpand
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Psychometric evaluation of a revised fear survey schedule for children and adolescents.
  • E. Gullone, N. King
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
  • 1 September 1992
This study describes the second revision of a fear survey schedule for children which was originally developed by Scherer and Nakamura in the 1960's. The revised instrument (FSSC-II) wasExpand
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The Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse
Several North American studies have found a connection between domestic violence and animal abuse. This article reports on the first Australian research to examine this connection. A group of 102Expand
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The normative development of emotion regulation strategy use in children and adolescents: a 2-year follow-up study.
BACKGROUND Emotion regulation involves intrinsic and extrinsic processes responsible for managing one's emotions toward goal accomplishment. Research on emotion regulation has predominantly focusedExpand
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The fears of youth in the 1990s: contemporary normative data.
This article reports the findings of a normative fear investigation involving a sample of 918 Australian children and adolescents, ranging in age from 7-18 years. The Fear Survey Schedule forExpand
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The Biophilia Hypothesis and Life in the 21st Century: Increasing Mental Health or Increasing Pathology?
Wilson's biophilia hypothesis includes the claim that, as a consequence of evolution, humans have an “innate tendency to focus on life and lifelike processes.” A review of various literaturesExpand
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