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Intentional and non-intentional assessments of emotion experiences: Comparisons of old and new measures
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
In two studies, we compared intentional and non-intentional measures of emotional well-being in terms of reliability and validity. In the first study, we expanded on the findings of ¸Sim¸sek (2011) by showing that an ...
Self-absorption paradox is not a paradox:Illuminating the dark side of self-consciousness
Although considered an important component of a healthy personality, self-reflection has not so far been shown to have any specific benefits for mental health. This research addresses this issue by taking into consideration ...
The need for absolute truth and self-rumination as basic suppressors in the relationship between private self-consciousness and mental health
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
Self-reflection has not so far been shown to have any specific benefits for mental health except for self-knowledge. Recent research showed that the controversy concerning the relationship between self-reflection and mental ...
Revisiting Attachment to Parents and Depression Link in Adolescence: the Importance of Language Use and Emotion Regulation
Although past research has provided important information about the relationship between attachment and mental health during the period of adolescence, the role of intervening variables in this association has been neglected. ...