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See detailThe negative affect repair questionnaire: factor analysis and psychometric evaluation in three samples
Scherer, Anne; Eberle, Nicole; Boecker, Maren et al

in BMC Psychiatry (2013), 13(1), 16

Negative affect and difficulties in its regulation have been connected to several adverse psychological consequences. While several questionnaires exist, it would be important to have a theory-based ... [more ▼]

Negative affect and difficulties in its regulation have been connected to several adverse psychological consequences. While several questionnaires exist, it would be important to have a theory-based measure that includes clinically relevant items and shows good psychometric properties in healthy and patient samples. This study aims at developing such a questionnaire, combining the two Gross [1] scales Reappraisal and Suppression with an additional response-focused scale called Externalizing Behavioral Strategies covering clinically relevant items. The samples consisted of 684 students (mean age = 23.3, SD = 3.5; 53.6% female) and 369 persons with mixed mental disorders (mean age = 36.0 SD = 14.6; 71.2% female). Items for the questionnaire were derived from existing questionnaires and additional items were formulated based on suggestions by clinical experts. All items start with ―When I don’t feel well, in order to feel better...‖. Participants rated how frequently they used each strategy on a 5-point Likert scale. Confirmatory Factor Analyses were conducted to verify the factor structure in two separate student samples and a clinical sample. Group comparisons and correlations with other questionnaires were calculated to ensure validity. After modification, the CFA showed good model fit in all three samples. Reliability scores (Cronbach’s α) for the three NARQ scales ranged between .71 and .80. Comparisons between students and persons with mental disorders showed the postulated relationships, as did comparisons between male and female students and persons with or without Borderline Personality Disorder. Correlations with other questionnaires suggest the NARQ’s construct validity. The results indicate that the NARQ is a psychometrically sound and reliable measure with practical use for therapy planning and tracking of treatment outcome across time. We advocate the integration of the new response-focused strategy in the Gross’s model of emotion regulation. [less ▲]

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See detailNeuropsychiatric Complications of Efavirenz Therapy: Suggestions for a New Research Paradigm
Sütterlin, Stefan UL; Vögele, Claus UL; Gauggel, Siegfried

in Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences (The) (2010), 22

This review gives an up-to-date account of the current state of research on neuropsychiatric complications associated with efavirenz therapy and critiques the methods used in previous studies. The authors ... [more ▼]

This review gives an up-to-date account of the current state of research on neuropsychiatric complications associated with efavirenz therapy and critiques the methods used in previous studies. The authors suggest an extension of current research strategies using psychophysiological concepts and including behavioral regulation models. From a practical perspective, these may contribute to better screening methods for the identification of those at risk for neuropsychiatric complications and the improvement of neuropsychiatric monitoring during efavirenz treatment. From a theoretical viewpoint, the suggested research paradigms may help to move beyond the current state of descriptive approaches and thus improve our limited understanding of underlying mechanisms. [less ▲]

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See detailVerhaltensmedizin in der Pädiatrie: Welchen Beitrag leistet die Psychologie?
Florin, Irmela; Vögele, Claus UL; Gauggel, Siegfried et al

in Birner, U.; Döhring, E.; Schweisfurth, H. (Eds.) Qualitätsmanagement und Interdisziplinarität in der pädiatrischen Rehabilitation (1997)

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