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  1. The physical properties of tableware could influence selection and consumption of food and alcohol. There is considerable uncertainty, however, around the potential effects of different sizes and shapes of tab...

    Authors: Natasha Clarke, Emily Pechey, Rachel Pechey, Minna Ventsel, Eleni Mantzari, Katie De-loyde, Mark A. Pilling, Richard W. Morris, Theresa M. Marteau and Gareth J. Hollands
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:163
  2. Various agents such as psychosocial items and accident proneness can affect cognitive failures through different paths. The probable paths are the direct effects of workplace psychosocial items on cognitive fa...

    Authors: Milad Abbasi, Mohsen Falahati, Masoumeh Kaydani, Rohollah Fallah Madvari, Ahmad Mehri, Maryam Ghaljahi and Saeid Yazdanirad
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:162
  3. A link between mental health and freedom of choice has long been established, in fact, the loss of freedom of choice is one of the possible defining features of mental disorders. Freedom of choice has internal...

    Authors: Timea Mariann Helter, Ildiko Kovacs, Andor Kanka, Orsolya Varga, Janos Kalman and Judit Simon
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:161
  4. Social networking sites (SNSs) allow people to socially connect with each other, collaborate, and share information. However, problematic SNS use (PSNSU) may be associated with negative personality traits. The...

    Authors: Zaheer Hussain, Elisa Wegmann and Mark D. Griffiths
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:160
  5. Resilience is recognized as a critical component of well-being and is an essential factor in coping with stress. There are issues of using a standardized resilience scale developed for one cultural population ...

    Authors: Nicholas Edwin Handoyo, Gandes Retno Rahayu, Mora Claramita, Marselino K. P. Abdi Keraf, Karol Octrisdey, Kwartarini Wahyu Yuniarti, Julie Ash and Lambert Schuwirth
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:158
  6. The burden caused by chronic pain is significant, affecting at least 10 percent of the world´s population. While internet-based treatments based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) have been shown to be prom...

    Authors: Nils Gasslander, Sven Alfonsson, Amanda Jackalin, Cecilia Tengberg, Johanna Håkansson, Linda Huotari and Monica Buhrman
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:156
  7. People with a recent spinal cord injury (SCI) often follow intensive rehabilitation. Learning appropriate self-care, deal with their impairments and prevent secondary health conditions (SHCs), is highly import...

    Authors: Tijn van Diemen, Ilse J. W. van Nes, Charlotte C. M. van Laake-Geelen, Dorine Spijkerman, Jan H. B. Geertzen and Marcel W. M. Post
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:155
  8. Family caregivers of patients receiving hemodialysis experience physical and psychological disorders. They are unfortunately neglected. The aim of this study was to explain the psychological consequences for f...

    Authors: Abbas Ebadi, Seyedeh Azam Sajadi, Seyed Tayeb Moradian and Roghayeh Akbari
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:154
  9. Psychological interventions such as behavioral activation (BA) that focus on overt behaviors rather than complex cognitive skills may be developmentally well-suited to address youth mental health problems. The...

    Authors: Kanika Malik, Maliha Ibrahim, Adam Bernstein, Rahul Kodihalli Venkatesh, Tara Rai, Bruce Chorpita and Vikram Patel
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:150
  10. Severe mental illness is strongly associated with an impaired quality of life. This intern can affect the treatment adherence and outcomes of the illness. However, there are insufficient studies in the literat...

    Authors: Seid Shumye, Tadele Amare, Habtamu Derajew, Merdia Endris, Wondwosen Molla and Nebiyu Mengistu
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:152
  11. Anxiety is common in youth on the autism spectrum and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has been adapted to address associated symptoms. The aim of the current systematic review and meta-analysis was to exam...

    Authors: Shivani Sharma, Abigail Hucker, Terry Matthews, Dominique Grohmann and Keith R. Laws
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:151
  12. Recent studies have shown that, among the general population, responses to depression-rating scales follow a common mathematical pattern. However, the mathematical pattern among responses to the items of the G...

    Authors: Shinichiro Tomitaka and Toshiaki A. Furukawa
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:149
  13. Little is known about associations of psychological and mental well-being with cognitive and socioemotional factors in low and middle-income countries, particularly among vulnerable populations born in adverse...

    Authors: María J. Ramírez-Luzuriaga, Laura Ochaeta, Manuel Ramírez-Zea, Ann DiGirolamo, Rachel Waford, Charlotte Wray, Reynaldo Martorell and Aryeh D. Stein
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:148
  14. Executive functions can be adversely affected by contextual risks in the home environment including chaos and parenting challenges. Furthermore, household chaos negatively influences parenting practices. Few s...

    Authors: Krysta Andrews, James R. Dunn, Heather Prime, Eric Duku, Leslie Atkinson, Ashwini Tiwari and Andrea Gonzalez
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:147
  15. Some individuals are no longer entering romantic relationships, others move through relationships too quickly searching for “the one” and making quick assessments of their romantic partners, while others stay ...

    Authors: Raquel Peel and Nerina Caltabiano
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:146

    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in BMC Psychology 2021 9:153

  16. Cognitive ability and socioeconomic background (SEB) have been previously identified as determinants of achieved level of education. According to a “discrimination hypothesis”, higher cognitive ability is requ...

    Authors: Kimmo Sorjonen, Daniel Falkstedt, Alma Sörberg Wallin, Bo Melin and Gustav Nilsonne
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:145
  17. The model of selection, optimization, and compensation (SOC model) characterises the life management strategies that contribute to successful development. Although the SOC model is an important developmental t...

    Authors: Ludmiła Zając-Lamparska
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:144
  18. Coping depicts how people detect, appraise, deal with, and learn from stressful encounters. Applying preferred coping strategies in various situations makes the issue a persistent agenda in hospitality workpla...

    Authors: Mulugeta Dile Worke, Zewdie Birhanu Koricha and Gurmesa Tura Debelew
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:143
  19. This study aimed to investigate the impact of distance education (DE) on mental health, social cognition, and memory abilities in a sample of university students during the national COVID-19 lockdown in Italy ...

    Authors: Laura Giusti, Silvia Mammarella, Anna Salza, Sasha Del Vecchio, Donatella Ussorio, Massimo Casacchia and Rita Roncone
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:142
  20. Sleep is critical for maintaining homeostasis in bodily and neurobehavioral functions. This homeostasis can be disturbed by sleep interruption and restored to normal by subsequent recovery sleep. Most research...

    Authors: Cindy Stroemel-Scheder and Stefan Lautenbacher
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:141
  21. Attachment insecurity is a prominent risk factor for the development and course of psychiatric and psychosomatic disorders. The Experiences in Close Relationships - Revised (ECR-R) questionnaire is a widely us...

    Authors: Johannes C. Ehrenthal, Johannes Zimmermann, Katja Brenk-Franz, Ulrike Dinger, Henning Schauenburg, Elmar Brähler and Bernhard Strauß
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:140
  22. Patients with Substance use disorder have distinct personality traits, they were high score in novelty seeking (NS) and sensation seeking and lower in Self-directedness and higher in Self-transcendence, so we ...

    Authors: Najmeh Shahini, Ali Talaei, Zanireh Salimi, Moussalreza Adinepour Sarab, Shakiba Gholamzad, Ali Teimouri, Saeedeh Hajebi Khaniki and Mohammadzaman Kamkar
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:138
  23. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to prolonged exposure to stress and anxiety, raising concerns about a large spectrum of psychological side effects. The primary objective of the study was to validate the COVID-19...

    Authors: Chadia Haddad, Hala Sacre, Sandrella Bou Malhab, Diana Malaeb, Danielle Saadeh, Christine Abou Tayeh and Pascale Salameh
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:137
  24. Adults all over the world face serious issues from problematic smartphone use (PSU). It influences them negatively on a cognitive, behavioral, and emotional level, as well as on their tendencies and well-being...

    Authors: Joanne Zeidan, Souheil Hallit, Marwan Akel, Ismail Louragli and Sahar Obeid
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:136
  25. Offspring of the parents with mental disorders are at higher risk to have the mental diseases throughout the world. This study examined the association between psychopathology of parents and the mental health ...

    Authors: Donat Rusengamihigo, Jean Mutabaruka, Emmanuel Biracyaza, Olga Magalakaki and Mayssa El’Husseini
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:135
  26. College students in Generation Z are among the most stressed of our time. Previous research suggests that current interventions on university campuses are primarily for students in crises, but supportive servi...

    Authors: Theresa Van Lith, Andrea Cheshure, Scott M. Pickett, Gregg D. Stanwood and Megan Beerse
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:134
  27. The ‘self-bias’—i.e., the human proneness to preferentially process self-relevant stimuli—is thought to be important for both self-related and social processing. Previous research operationalized the self-bias...

    Authors: Letizia Amodeo, Jan R. Wiersema, Marcel Brass and Annabel D. Nijhof
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:132
  28. Academic studies place high demands on the development of learning capacities. Beyond learning techniques, knowledge about the effect of the learning environment, as well as the ability for self-regulation, se...

    Authors: Miriam Thye and Diethard Tauschel
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:131
  29. Symptoms of depression and anxiety are common in adults with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and diabetes mellitus (DM). The literature on depression and anxiety in CVDs and DM populations is extensive; however...

    Authors: Ivana Bojanić, Erik R. Sund, Hege Sletvold and Ottar Bjerkeset
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:130
  30. To promote health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in adolescents with pain, it is important to study factors associated with pain. This study aimed to describe selected factors and pain in 14–15-year-old adole...

    Authors: Hilde Timenes Mikkelsen, Kristin Haraldstad, Sølvi Helseth, Siv Skarstein, Milada Cvancarova Småstuen and Gudrun Rohde
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:128
  31. Populations exposed to Armed Conflict Experiences (ACE) show different levels of impact in their mental health (i.e. clinical and positive components); however, there is limited evidence related to mental heal...

    Authors: Sandra Trujillo, Luz Stella Giraldo, José David López, Alberto Acosta and Natalia Trujillo
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:127
  32. Recent studies have suggested that therapeutic climbing/bouldering may have positive effects on perceived self-efficacy. Nevertheless, there is still an urgent need for high-quality studies, as many existing s...

    Authors: André Kratzer, Katharina Luttenberger, Nina Karg-Hefner, Maren Weiss and Lisa Dorscht
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:126
  33. Perfectionism is a risk factor for depression and anxiety and is increasing in young people. It is important to understand the information that youth are exposed to about perfectionism on the internet and what...

    Authors: Tracey D. Wade, Sarah J. Egan, Maggie Wleklinski, Amy O’Brien, Grace Fitzallen and Roz Shafran
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:119
  34. Mindfulness has demonstrated strong utility for enhancing self-management and health outcomes in chronic illness. However, sensation-focused mindfulness techniques may not be appropriate for clinical populatio...

    Authors: K. A. Finlay, J. H. Hearn and A. Chater
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:124
  35. Stress-related illnesses constitute a huge problem in society. The primary care services in Sweden form the first line of care whose role is to coordinate interventions for reducing symptoms, as well as health...

    Authors: A. Birgitta Gunnarsson, Petra Wagman, Hans T. Sternudd, Sara Holmberg, Kristina Holmgren and Ulrica Hörberg
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:123
  36. Mental health represents an important public health issue, and mental health problems have been linked to school dropout. This study aimed to identify mental health groups of high school students using both po...

    Authors: Susan Andersen, Michael Davidsen, Line Nielsen and Janne S. Tolstrup
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:122
  37. Therapist-related activities and characteristics such as empathy and genuineness are factors that significantly contribute to psychotherapy outcome. As they play a role in psychotherapy more generally, it can ...

    Authors: Helene Seaward, Tenzin Wangmo, Tobias Vogel, Marc Graf, Monika Egli-Alge, Michael Liebrenz and Bernice S. Elger
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:121
  38. Presenteeism is recognized in Iran’s hospitals, however little research has been done to understand and tackle the phenomenon because of a lack of valid tools to measure presenteeism. This study aimed to deve...

    Authors: Fatemeh Abdi, Mehdi Jahangiri, Mojtaba Kamalinia, Rosanna Cousins and Hamidreza Mokarami
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:120
  39. Depression has a devastating impact on young people around the world. This impact is pervasive and long-long lasting, still causing havoc as young people transition into adulthood. Prevention and timely early ...

    Authors: Joanne R. Beames, Katarina Kikas and Aliza Werner-Seidler
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:113
  40. Anxiety in the ante- and postnatal period is prevalent, often co-occurs with depression, and can have adverse consequences for the infant. Therefore, perinatal mental health screening programs should not only ...

    Authors: Johanne Smith-Nielsen, Ida Egmose, Katrine Isabella Wendelboe, Pernille Steinmejer, Theis Lange and Mette Skovgaard Vaever
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:118
  41. DSM-5 provided a dimensional model of personality disorders which may be more clinically informative for the assessment and management of prisoners than a categorical one, as diagnoses of personality disorders...

    Authors: Fabio Ferretti, Felice Carabellese, Roberto Catanesi, Anna Coluccia, Stefano Ferracuti, Adriano Schimmenti, Vincenzo Caretti, Lore Lorenzi, Giacomo Gualtieri, Fulvio Carabellese and Andrea Pozza
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:117
  42. Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may be particularly vulnerable to the effects of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) on disease management and psychological status. This study explored psychologica...

    Authors: Mariarosaria Savarese, Greta Castellini, Salvatore Leone, Enrica Previtali, Alessandro Armuzzi and Guendalina Graffigna
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:115

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