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Learning potential in persons with serious mental illness: investigating intra-individual differences in the learning process
Learning potential has been explored as a possible mechanism to predict positive rehabilitation outcomes in people with SMI (e.g., Green et al. 2000). More recent research has identified a strong relationship between ...
Effects of a violence prevention program on the aggressive scripts and prosocial behavior of "high risk" students
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of a school-based violence prevention program, Project SAFE, which was designed to decrease beliefs supporting the use of aggression in response to conflict, as measured ...
The Effect of Emotion Stimulus Intensity on the selection and Implementation of Distraction and Reappraisal as Emotion Regulation Strategies
Emotion regulation is an important coping mechanism for handling emotional situations and stimuli in day-to-day life. More effective emotion regulation is linked to better mental and physical health. The present study ...