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Control and perceived criticism in eating disorders

Control and perceived criticism in eating disorders

Control and perceived criticism in eating disorders: their psychopathological role and significance for treatment Sandra Sassaroli+, Giovanni M. Ruggiero° + Studi Cognitivi, Post-graduate cognitive psychotherapy school, Foro Buonaparte 57, 20121 Milano; Psicoterapia Cognitiva e Ricerca, Post-graduate cognitive psychotherapy school, Foro Buonaparte 57, 20121 Milano

Rumination as a Predictor of Problem Drinking
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Rumination as a Predictor of Problem Drinking

Rumination is a coping strategy for controlling negative affect that is characterised by heightened self-focused attention involving persistent, recyclic, and depressive thinking (Lyubomirsky and Nolen-Hoeksema 1993) Rumination is an important factor in the vulnerability processes leading to the occurrence of, and relapse into, dysphoriaand major depressive disorder (Nolen-Hoeksema and Morrow

EABCT 2011: Beliefs over control interact with intolerance of uncertainty and metacognition on worry
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EABCT 2011: Beliefs over control interact with intolerance of uncertainty and metacognition on worry

EABCT 2011: “Yes…But…” Cognitive response to partial success: an exploratory research
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EABCT 2011: “Yes…But…” Cognitive response to partial success: an exploratory research

EABCT 2011: Perceived Parental Criticism, Self-Criticism and Depression: An Exploratory Research
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EABCT 2011: Perceived Parental Criticism, Self-Criticism and Depression: An Exploratory Research

EABCT 2011: The role of metacognitive processes in desire thinking
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EABCT 2011: The role of metacognitive processes in desire thinking

Craving e pensiero desiderante
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Craving e pensiero desiderante

    Il craving è descritto come un’esperienza soggettiva che motiva gli individui a cercare e raggiungere un oggetto o praticare un’attività (target) allo scopo di ottenere certi effetti (Marlatt, 1987). Per molti autori è considerato il cuore delle dipendenze patologiche e il processo nucleare che guida verso la perdita

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