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Socioeconomic inequalities in depression: a meta-analysis.
Low socioeconomic status (SES) is generally associated with high psychiatric morbidity, more disability, and poorer access to health care. Among psychiatric disorders, depression exhibits a more
Assessing the effectiveness of a large database of emotion-eliciting films: A new tool for emotion researchers
Using emotional film clips is one of the most popular and effective methods of emotion elicitation. The main goal of the present study was to develop and test the effectiveness of a new and
Selective attention to angry faces in clinical social phobia.
This study investigated the time course of attentional responses to emotional facial expressions in a clinical sample with social phobia, consistent with a bias in initial orienting to threat cues in social anxiety.
Inducing and assessing differentiated emotion-feeling states in the laboratory.
Overall, results indicate that film segments can elicit a diversity of predictable emotions, in the same way, in a majority of individuals.
Social sharing of emotion : new evidence and new questions
Rime et af. (1992) showed that most emotional experiences are shared with others shortly after they occurred. They proposed that social sharing represents an integral part of emotional experiences.
Flashbulb memories and the underlying mechanisms of their formation: Toward an emotional-integrative model
Investigating the FBMs that Belgian citizens developed upon learning of the unexpected death of their king Baudouin revealed that the third model, which takes into account emotional processes, better explains FBM.
Alcoholics' deficits in the decoding of emotional facial expression.
Analysis of emotional facial expression decoding in alcoholics indicates that alcoholics overestimate the intensity of emotional expressions and make more errors in their decoding with a special bias for anger and contempt.
Emotional expressivity in men and women: Stereotypes and self-perceptions
Three studies were conducted to assess prevalent stereotypes regarding men's and women's emotional expressivity as well as self-perceptions of their emotional behaviour. Emotion profiles were
Homelessness in Europe and the United States: A Comparison of Prevalence and Public Opinion
Random samples of 250-435 adults were interviewed by telephone in five different nations: Belgium, Germany, Italy, the UK, and the United States to study attitudes, knowledge, and opinions regarding homelessness.
Beyond the emotional event: Six studies on the social sharing of emotion
Abstract We argue that emotion cannot only be conceived of as a short-lived and intrapersonal phenomenon. Rather, based on five theoretical arguments, we propose that the social sharing of an