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Self-compassion Modulates Heart Rate Variability and Negative Affect to Experimentally Induced Stress
Self-compassion has increasingly been recognized to buffer stress and promote emotional health. However, few studies have examined the influences of self-compassion on physiological stress response.Expand
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A Systematic Review of the Processes Underlying the Main and the Buffering Effect of Social Support on the Experience of Pain
Objective: This review aimed to explore the processes that underlie the main and the buffering effect of social support on decreased pain experience. Materials and Methods: The systematic review wasExpand
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Investigating the influence of social support on experimental pain and related physiological arousal: A systematic review and meta-analysis
HIGHLIGHTSSocial presence alone may not affect the experience of experimentally‐induced pain.The impact of social support on pain may be context‐dependentForms of social support may decrease orExpand
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The correlation between gray matter volume and perceived social support: A voxel-based morphometry study
Social support refers to interpersonal exchanges that include the combinations of aid, affirmation and affection. Perceived social support is a kind of subjective judgment of one’s availability ofExpand
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Synchronous activation within the default mode network correlates with perceived social support
Perceived social support emphasizes subjective feeling of provisions offered by family, friends and significant others. In consideration of the great significance of perceived social support toExpand
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Protective Effect of Self-Compassion to Emotional Response among Students with Chronic Academic Stress
The literature has shown that self-compassion is a protective factor of an individual’s emotional response to chronic stress. However, this stress-buffering effect has not been completely analyzed inExpand
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The Social Regulation of Pain: Autonomic and Neurophysiological Changes Associated With Perceived Threat.
The analgesic effect of social support is proposed as a function of social support modulating perceived threat of painful stimuli. In the current study, we directly examined the social bufferingExpand
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The dorsomedial prefrontal cortex as a flexible hub mediating behavioral as well as local and distributed neural effects of social support context on pain: A Theta Burst Stimulation and TMS-EEG study
Three-session cross-over, single-blinded, sham-controlled protocol in which they received Theta Burst Stimulation (TBS) (facilitatory intermittent TBS, suppressive continuous TBS) delivered to the dmPFC. Expand
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Habitual suppression relates to difficulty in regulating emotion with cognitive reappraisal
One common strategy to cope with the difficulties of daily life is suppression. Habitual users of suppression tend to suppress their feelings rather than expressing them. Although this strategy mayExpand
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The Motivation-Based Promotion of Proactive Control: The Role of Salience Network
It has been shown that reward motivation can facilitate proactive control, a cognitive control mode that is characterized of prior preparation and sustained holding of the goal-relevant informationExpand
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