Tara M. Gralnick

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INTRODUCTION Musical performance is thought to rely predominantly on event-based timing involving a clock-like neural process and an explicit internal representation of the time interval. Some aspects of musical performance may rely on emergent timing, which is established through the optimization of movement kinematics, and can be maintained without(More)
The paradigm of personality psychopathology is shifting from one that is purely categorical in nature to one grounded in dimensional individual differences. Section III (Emerging Measures and Models) of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed. [DSM-5]; American Psychiatric Association, 2013), for example, includes a hybrid(More)
MARTIN M. SMITH*, SIMON B. SHERRY, KATERINA RNIC, DONALD H. SAKLOFSKE, MURRAY ENNS and TARA GRALNICK Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Department of Psychiatry, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Department of(More)
Theoretical models suggest narcissists’ grandiose but fragile self-concept leads them to impose perfectionistic demands onto others and to promote an image of perfection in pursuit of others’ admiration. It is unclear which perfectionism dimensions are uniquely related to narcissism and if the relationship between perfectionism and narcissism generalizes(More)
The perfectionism model of binge eating (PMOBE) is an integrative model explaining the link between perfectionism and binge eating. This model proposes socially prescribed perfectionism confers risk for binge eating by generating exposure to 4 putative binge triggers: interpersonal discrepancies, low interpersonal esteem, depressive affect, and dietary(More)
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