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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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Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) as a screening instrument for depression among community-residing older adults.
The efficacy of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) as a screener for clinical depression was examined in a sample of 1,005 community-residing adults (age range = 50-96).Expand
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The Impact of Intensive Mindfulness Training on Attentional Control, Cognitive Style, and Affect
To evaluate the impact of an intensive period of mindfulness meditation training on cognitive and affective function, a non-clinical group of 20 novice meditators were tested before and afterExpand
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Emotional Inertia and Psychological Maladjustment
In this article, we examine the concept of emotional inertia as a fundamental property of the emotion dynamics that characterize psychological maladjustment. Emotional inertia refers to the degree toExpand
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Structural brain abnormalities in major depressive disorder: a selective review of recent MRI studies.
BACKGROUND While there is evidence to suggest that major depressive disorder (MDD) is associated with structural brain abnormalities, the precise nature of these abnormalities remains unclear. AIMSExpand
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Gender differences in anxiety disorders and anxiety symptoms in adolescents.
Gender differences in anxiety were examined in a large sample of adolescents that included 1,079 who had never met criteria for any disorder, 95 who had recovered from an anxiety disorder, and 47 whoExpand
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The emergence of depression in adolescence: Development of the prefrontal cortex and the representation of reward
Adolescent development is accompanied by the emergence of a population-wide increase in vulnerability to depression that is maintained through adulthood. We provide a model for understanding how thisExpand
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The social risk hypothesis of depressed mood: evolutionary, psychosocial, and neurobiological perspectives.
The authors hypothesize that depressed states evolved to minimize risk in social interactions in which individuals perceive that the ratio of their social value to others, and their social burden onExpand
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Affective startle modulation in clinical depression: preliminary findings
BACKGROUND Modulation of the startle reflex by affective foreground stimuli was investigated in a group receiving inpatient treatment for major depressive episodes (n = 14) and an age and genderExpand
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Simple metric for scaling motor threshold based on scalp-cortex distance: application to studies using transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a unique method in neuroscience used to stimulate focal regions of the human brain. As TMS gains popularity in experimental and clinical domains, techniquesExpand
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