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Retaliatory Aggressive Driving: A Justice Perspective
Aggressive driving behaviours such as rude hand gestures, horn honking, tailgating, or causing damage to another vehicle continue to be a threat to motorist well-being. Based on the General Aggression Model and the ...
An Examination of the Interrelation of Narrative and Emotion Processes in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Trauma
According to narrative-informed approaches to psychotherapy, self-narratives that no longer align with lived experience, and thereby impede coherent meaning-making, often bring individuals into treatment. Exposure to trauma ...
This thesis will outline my material processes, ideas and concepts during my studies at York University’s MFA in Visual Arts. I briefly discuss weaving and women in mythology and history, and connect my work to that of ...
Vulnerable Emotional Expression in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Couples: Relating Process to Outcome
The purpose of this study was to examine whether levels of vulnerable emotional expression and supportiveness related to forgiveness and other measures of outcome in a sample of 32 couples presenting for Emotion-focused ...
Left Hemisphere Lesions Differentially Impact Conditional Reasoning with Familiar and Emotional Content
Conditional reasoning has been widely studied in the cognitive literature, and in the past decade, neuroimaging studies have started to investigate brain networks recruited to solve these logical conditionals. A meta-analysis ...
Protection from Dangerous Emotions: Interruption of Emotional Experience in Psychotherapy
Objective: To identify the central elements in depressed clients process of self-interruption of emotion (SIE) in an experiential therapy session. Research Design: A two-study, multi-method research design was used to ...