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  1. Novel nicotine delivery devices (NNDDs) are a safer alternative to combustible tobacco smoking. Understanding what factors can facilitate people who smoke to use NNDDs can inform intervention design and public...

    Authors: Gill Kinchen, Sharon Cox, Dimitra Kale and Lion Shahab
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:190
  2. Renal transplantation is considered the gold standard treatment for end-stage kidney disease. Adolescent and young adult kidney transplant recipients have the highest rate of graft loss amongst transplanted pa...

    Authors: Fina Wurm, Clare McKeaveney, Michael Corr, Anna Wilson and Helen Noble
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:186
  3. Incarcerated individuals have poor mental health compared to the general population. Social support has a beneficial effect on mental health. The buffering model proposes that social support facilitates coping...

    Authors: Line Elisabeth Solbakken and Rolf Wynn
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:185
  4. Societal development and a competitive corporate climate have resulted in increased emphasis on performance management (PM) but also sustainability and health challenges in working life. Opportunities for empl...

    Authors: Åsa Bringsén and Petra Nilsson Lindström
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:184
  5. Tracking clinical outcomes during therapy can be useful for improving both clinical practice and research. For repeated data collection, short, reliable, and valid measures of central aspects of psychopatholog...

    Authors: Kristian Rognstad, Siri Saugstad Helland, Simon-Peter Neumer, Silje Baardstu and John Kjøbli
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:182
  6. Resilience refers to the process through which individuals deal with the adversity they experience. Previous research has shown there are multiple factors that contribute to individuals’ resilience, leading to...

    Authors: Lies Notebaert, Hannah Abdul Razak and Stijn Masschelein
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:181
  7. While interventions have been developed and tested to help youth who have become disconnected from work and school, there is a paucity of research on young people’s intervention preferences. This study aims to...

    Authors: Na Zhu, Lisa D. Hawke, Matthew Prebeg, Em Hayes, Karleigh Darnay, Srividya N. Iyer and Joanna Henderson
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:180
  8. The mental health and TB syndemic is a topic that remains under-researched with a significant gap in acknowledging and recognizing patient experiences, particularly in the sub-Saharan African region. In this q...

    Authors: T. Mainga, M. Gondwe, I. Mactaggart, R. C. Stewart, K. Shanaube, H. Ayles and V. Bond
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:179
  9. Mindfulness-based intervention (MBI), an emotion-focused approach, has been shown promising and sustainable effects on enhancing the well-being of caregivers of patients with dementia (PWD). However, the conve...

    Authors: Patrick Pui Kin Kor, Meng Li Li, Denis Ka Shaw Kwok, Angela Yee Man Leung, Danial Lok Lam Lai and Justina Yat Wah Liu
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:178
  10. The Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K-10) is a short screening tool developed to identify, with good sensitivity, non-specific psychological distress in the general population. Sensitivity and specificit...

    Authors: Jacob Hoffman, Qhama Cossie, Amantia A. Ametaj, Hannah H. Kim, Roxanne James, Rocky E. Stroud, Anne Stevenson, Zukiswa Zingela, Dan J. Stein and Bizu Gelaye
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:177
  11. As the number of cancer survivors is growing, valid instruments for assessing cancer survivors' needs are required. Thus, the aim of this study was to translate and validate the Cancer Survivors Unmet Needs (C...

    Authors: Špela Miroševič, Polona Selič-Zupančič, Judith Prins, Vesna Homar and Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:175
  12. Although the proportion of men seeking professional mental health care has risen over the past two decades, on average, men continue to attend fewer sessions of psychotherapy and are more likely to drop out of...

    Authors: Zac E. Seidler, Michael J. Wilson, Nicholas W. Toogood, John L. Oliffe, David Kealy, John S. Ogrodniczuk, Jesse Owen, Andrew Mackinnon, Long Khanh-Dao Le, Cathrine Mihalopoulos, Jane Pirkis and Simon Rice
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:174
  13. Employees are considered as one of the most important assets in many organizations, and their health well-being is critical to help achieve a sustainable and motivated workforce that is committed to delivering...

    Authors: Wei-Ya Ni, Eric Ng, Yi-Te Chiang, Ben A. LePage, Feng-Hua Yang and Wei-Ta Fang
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:172
  14. Goal setting and goal-focused work is widely used in young people’s mental health settings. However, little is known about how, why or for whom this is helpful. This study aims to explore the mechanisms of col...

    Authors: Jenna Jacob, Milos Stankovic, Inga Spuerck and Farhad Shokraneh
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:171
  15. While it is well established that second language (L2) learning success changes with age and across individuals, the underlying neural mechanisms responsible for this developmental shift and these individual d...

    Authors: W. M. Menks, C. Ekerdt, G. Janzen, E. Kidd, K. Lemhöfer, G. Fernández and J. M. McQueen
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:169
  16. In recent years, cognitive training has gained popularity as a cost-effective and accessible intervention aiming at compensating for or even counteracting age-related cognitive declines during adulthood. Where...

    Authors: Claudia C. von Bastian, Alice Reinhartz, Robert C. Udale, Stéphanie Grégoire, Mehdi Essounni, Sylvie Belleville and Tilo Strobach
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:168
  17. There is a need for long-term effectiveness trials of transdiagnostic treatments. This study investigates the effectiveness and diagnosis-specific trajectories of change in adolescent patients attending SMART,...

    Authors: Veronica Lorentzen, Kenneth Fagermo, Bjørn Helge Handegård, Simon-Peter Neumer and Ingunn Skre
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:167
  18. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has posed multiple challenges to healthcare systems. Evidence suggests that mental well-being is badly affected due to compliance with preventative meas...

    Authors: Qaisar Khalid Mahmood, Malik Muhammad Sohail, Waheed Ahmad Qureshi, Rubeena Zakar, Kamil J. Wrona and Florian Fischer
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:163
  19. Fathers are often perceived to be mainly responsible for the provision of the family's economic needs. However, past studies have demonstrated that fathers’ involvement in parenting has great significance for ...

    Authors: Kenneth Okelo, Silas Onyango, Dawn Murdock, Kaylie Cordingley, Kelvin Munsongo, George Nyamor and Patricia Kitsao-Wekulo
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:162
  20. Newly-qualified doctors in the United Kingdom experience a great deal of stress and have poor wellbeing when compared to more senior counterparts. A number of interventions have been put in place to boost heal...

    Authors: Aditya Krishnan, Opeyemi Odejimi, Ian Bertram, Priyamvada Sneha Chukowry and George Tadros
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:161
  21. The Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire-Short Form (Q-LES-Q-SF) is the most frequently used generic quality of life (QOL) measure in many countries and cultures worldwide. However, no sing...

    Authors: Zahra Bagheri, Parisa Chamanpara, Peyman Jafari, Yatan Pal Singh Balhara, Sidharth Arya, Ramdas Ransing, Ana Đorić, Rajna Knez, Tuong-Vi Vu Thi, Truong Ngoc Huong, Helin Yilmaz Kafali, Gamze Erzin, Zahir Vally, Mita Rani Roy Chowdhury, Pawan Sharma, Rabi Shakya…
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:160
  22. Coping strategies play a vital role in cancer management and has been an integral part in the recovery process of cancer patients worldwide. Coping refers to specific efforts; both behavioral and psychological...

    Authors: Eranthi Weeratunga, Chandanie Senadheera, Manjula Hettiarachchi and Bilesha Perera
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:157
  23. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the physical and mental health of people worldwide including those living with genetic conditions. Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a hematologic chronic disease that causes mult...

    Authors: Ashley J. Buscetta, Khadijah E. Abdallah, K. Jameson Floyd, Faeben S. Wossenseged, Corinne A. Conn, Hasmin C. Ramirez and Vence L. Bonham
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:156
  24. In online environments, fear of missing out (FoMO) is where individuals become constantly preoccupied with what others are doing online and feel unable to log off in case they miss something. FoMO is a concept...

    Authors: Fuad Bakioğlu, Metin Deniz, Mark D. Griffiths and Amir H. Pakpour
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:154
  25. In countries where the majority of young children are enrolled in professional childcare, the childcare setting constitutes an important part of children’s caregiving environment. Research consistently shows t...

    Authors: Johanne Smith-Nielsen, Katrine Isabella Wendelboe, Julie Elisabeth Warberg Mohr, Mette Skovgaard Væver, Maiken Pontoppidan, Katrien Helmerhorst and Ida Egmose
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:153
  26. Poor parental bonding in childhood has been associated with loneliness in younger populations. Whether these associations persists into middle and older adulthood is unclear. Additionally, given the overlappin...

    Authors: Annette Burns, Gerard Leavey and Roger O’Sullivan
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:152
  27. Many people suffered from emotional distress especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to alleviate emotional distress, more accessible psychological intervention programs, such as online intervention ...

    Authors: Ruilin Ju, Wingsze Chiu, Yinyin Zang, Stefan G. Hofmann and Xinghua Liu
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:149
  28. Sensory differences are related to the autistic traits, and previous studies have shown a positive correlation between sensory differences and internalizing problems. In this study, we hypothesized that sensor...

    Authors: Yurika Tsuji, Satoko Matsumoto, Aya Saito, Shu Imaizumi, Yoko Yamazaki, Tetsuyuki Kobayashi, Yoko Fujiwara, Mika Omori and Masumi Sugawara
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:148
  29. Women in Ethiopia prefer sedentary behavior and are physically inactive during pregnancy; this increases the risks of pregnancy-related complications. Therefore, this study aimed to assess physical exercise an...

    Authors: Abebaw Addis, Wallelign Alemnew, Ayenew Kassie and Simegnew Handebo
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:146
  30. Disclosing traumatic events experienced by parents to their children is a central issue in the intergenerational trauma transmission. However, little is known about this question among migrant population. The ...

    Authors: Elodie Gaëlle Ngameni, Mayssa’ El Husseini, Elisabetta Dozio, Cyrille Kossigan Kokou-Kpolou, Gisèle Apter and Marie Rose Moro
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:144
  31. The sport presents an opportunity for young people to experience the joys of success and cope with setbacks to develop resilient behaviors. However, there is a lack of clarity about how sport can cultivate res...

    Authors: Roghieh Nooripour, Simin Hoseinian, Yaghoob Vakili, Nikzad Ghanbari, Joshua J. Matacotta, Nazir Mozaffari, Hossein Ilanloo and Carl Lavie
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:142
  32. Whilst children and young people have not often been at forefront of the immediate Covid-19 pandemic health response there has been concern about the indirect consequences of Covid-19 on children’s physical an...

    Authors: Bridget Lockyer, Charlotte Endacott, Josie Dickerson and Laura Sheard
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2022 10:140

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