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“Interpersonal guilt, impostor phenomenon, depression, and anxiety” di Ramona Fimiani et al.

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The impostor phenomenon, first described by Clance (Clance & Imes, 1978; Clance, 1985) on the basis of several clinical observations, refers to the psychological experience of intellectual phoniness. People who experience this feeling of fraudulence (Kolligian & Sternberg, 1991), despite outstanding academic and professional recognition and success, may secretly harbor…

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“The Plan Formulation Method for Adolescents (PFM A): Personalizing Psychotherapy for Adolescents” di Emma De Luca et al.

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The aim of this paper is to show how the Plan Formulation Method, an empirically validated and clinically useful assessment procedure, can be adapted to the therapy of adolescents. According to Control-Mastery Theory, patients come to therapy with an unconscious plan to achieve their goals, disconfirm their pathogenic beliefs, and master their…

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“Conflitti di coppia e terapia di coppia in ottica CMT: una breve introduzione” di Eleonora Fiorenza

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Il conflitto coniugale è uno degli aspetti più studiati delle relazioni di coppia (Gottman, 2014) in quanto fattore che si associa a sentimenti, cognizioni e pensieri negativi per le coppie e le famiglie; gli affetti principali connessi al conflitto sono irritazione, delusione e risentimento (Sears, Repetti, Reynolds, Rebels & Krull,…

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“Assessing Guilt in Adolescents According to Control-Mastery Theory: Preliminary Validation Data for the Interpersonal Guilt Rating Scale-15 for Adolescents (IGRS-15-ad)” di Emma de Luca et al.

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Da Psychology Hub – Vol 38, No 1 (2021) Guilt is a complex emotion associated with tension, regret, and remorse (Tangney, 2012), and it is related to the capacity to understand and empathize with the distress of others, to feel responsible for it, and to the attempt to alleviate it…

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“Joseph Weiss e la Control-Mastery Theory” a cura di Francesco Gazzillo e Nino Dazzi su Letture.org

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Prof. Francesco Gazzillo, prof. Nino Dazzi, avete curato l’edizione del libro Joseph Weiss e la Control-Mastery Theory pubblicato da Carocci: quale importanza riveste la Control-Mastery Theory? A nostro parere, la Control-Mastery Theory (CMT; Gazzillo, 2021; Silberschatz, 2005; Weiss et al., 1986; Weiss, 1993) rivesta una grande importanza nel panorama dei modelli psicoterapeutici contemporanei per vari ordini…

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“An Empirical Investigation into Pathological Worry and Rumination: Guilt, Shame, Depression, and Anxiety” di Jessica Leonardi et al.

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Worry and rumination are maladaptive cognitive strategies with the purpose to manage negative emotions and threatening events (Wells & Matthews, 1994), and studies have shown that they are associated with an increasing of anxiety and depression (Fresco et al., 2002; Nolen-Hoeksema, 2000). Although the relationship between guilt and shame with…

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