The Connection between Disgust and Obsessions and Compulsions In a non-cinical Sample.
Mancini, F, Gragnani, A. & D’Olimpio, F.
(2001). The Connection between Disgust and Obsessions and Compulsions In a non-cinical Sample. “Personality and Individual Differences”, 2001, 31 (7): 1171-1178
Although obsessive-compulsive patients (OCD) frequently report thoughts and compulsions about dirt and contamination, there is scarce evidence for a relationship between disgust ......
I paradossi delle depressione
Mancini, F. (2011).
I Paradossi della depressione. Cognitivismo Clinico 7, 2, 142-159
Gli essere umani, di solito, reagiscono depressivamente alla compromissione di scopi, se non si rappresentano una speranza di ripristino o di valida sostituzione. La compromissione può assumere la forma della perdita di un bene o di un fallimento. Per semplicità faremo riferimento solo alla perdi......
The role of personal goals in depressive reaction to adverse life events: a cross-sectional study.
Couyoumdjian, A., Ottaviani, C., Trincas, R., Spitoni, G., Tenore, K., Mancini, F. (2012).
The role of personal goals in depressive reaction to adverse life events: a cross-sectional study. The Scientific World Journal Vol. 2012, article ID 810341, 8 pages
Consistent with cognitive views of depression, we aimed to investigate the mediating role of personal goals in the relationship ......
The paradoxes of depression: a goal driven approach.
Mancini, F., Gangemi, A.,
(2012). The paradoxes of depression: a goal driven approach. in The goals of cognition: essays in honour of Cristiano Castelfranchi(edited by F. Paglieri, L. Tummolini, R. Falcone e M. Miceli), pp 253.273, College Pubblications
Depressive reaction (DR) is a common and normal reaction to loss and failures when there isn’t subjective hope of recovery or vali......
Specific dysphoric symptoms are predicted by Early Maladaptive Schemas
Trincas, R., Ottaviani,, C., Couyoumdjian, A., Tenore, K., Spitoni, G. & Mancini, F. (2013)
, Specific Dysphoric Symptoms Are Predicted by Early Maladaptive Schemas. The Scientific World Journal, 2013, Article ID 231965, 7 p.
Early maladaptive schemas (EMSs) are cognitive patterns that result from unmet core emotional needs in childhood that have been linked to the development......