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Differential effects of anxiety and depression on interoceptive accuracy
Background: Feedback from the body is assumed to be altered in depression. Nevertheless, empirical studies investigating this assumed relationship remain sparse. This study aimed to examineExpand
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Interoceptive awareness mediates the relationship between anxiety and the intensity of unpleasant feelings.
This study examined the relationship between interoceptive awareness, anxiety, and the intensity of unpleasant feelings. The perception of visceral signals (interoceptive awareness) plays anExpand
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How to ameliorate negative effects of violent video games on cooperation: Play it cooperatively in a team
The present research tests the idea that playing a team-player video game in which players work together as teammates and assist each other in achieving a common goal ameliorates the negative effects of violent video game play on cooperative behavior. Expand
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Differential effects of alexithymia subscales on autonomic reactivity and anxiety during social stress.
OBJECTIVES Alexithymia is characterized by a difficulty in identifying and describing one's emotions. Recent research has associated differential effects of the alexithymia facets toExpand
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Confirmation bias: why psychiatrists stick to wrong preliminary diagnoses.
BACKGROUND Diagnostic errors can have tremendous consequences because they can result in a fatal chain of wrong decisions. Experts assume that physicians' desire to confirm a preliminary diagnosisExpand
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Explaining Self and Vicarious Reactance
Research shows that people experience a motivational state of agitation known as reactance when they perceive restrictions to their freedoms. However, research has yet to show whether peopleExpand
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'What would you do if you were me, doctor?': randomised trial of psychiatrists' personal v. professional perspectives on treatment recommendations.
BACKGROUND If patients are unsure whether a specific treatment is really good for them, they often pose the question, 'What would you do if you were me, doctor?' Patients want their psychiatrists toExpand
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Do physicians’ recommendations pull patients away from their preferred treatment options?
Context and objective  Shared decision making is especially advocated for preference‐sensitive decisions. We investigated whether physicians’ recommendations pull patients away from their preferredExpand
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Two sides of the career resources coin: Career adaptability resources and the impostor phenomenon
Abstract Considering the impostor phenomenon (IP) as an important psychological construct in the context of career development requires a theoretical grounding. Using the career construction model ofExpand
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