The effect of exercise engagement on low back disability at 12-months is mediated by pain and catastrophizing in a community sample of people with chronic low back pain
Behav Res Ther. 2022 Oct 4;159:104205. doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2022.104205. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTDespite being a first-line treatment recommendation, there is uncertainly for how exercise helps people with chronic low back pain. We designed this study to examine how exercise might help people with chronic low back pain by following a large community sample for 1-year. Qualitative questionnaires and self-report measures were collected every 3-months for 1-year in 400 people with chronic low back pain. People were not provided any specific treatment advice as part of this study but were allowed to engage with any normal...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - October 10, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Paul W Marshall Natalie M V Morrison Mitchell Gibbs Siobhan M Schabrun Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Increased positive affect is associated with less generalization of pain-related avoidance
This study (N = 96) investigated whether avoidance generalization is mitigated by positive affect induction. Pain-free, healthy participants performed an arm-reaching task during which certain movements were followed by pain, while another was not. One group then performed an exercise to induce positive affect (positive affect group), while another group performed a neutral exercise (neutral group). A third group also performed the neutral exercise, but did not learn to avoid pain during the arm-reaching task (yoked neutral group). To test generalization, we introduced novel but similar movements that were never followed b...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristof Vandael Michel Meulders Katharina Zur M ühlen Madelon Peters Ann Meulders Source Type: research

Finding a positive me: Affective and neural insights into the challenges of positive autobiographical memory reliving in borderline personality disorder
This study aimed to investigate whether people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can benefit from reliving positive autobiographical memories in terms of mood and state self-esteem and elucidate the neural processes supporting optimal memory reliving. Particularly the role of vividness and brain areas involved in autonoetic consciousness were studied, as key factors involved in improving mood and state self-esteem by positive memory reliving.METHODS: Women with BPD (N = 25), Healthy Controls (HC, N = 33) and controls with Low Self-Esteem (LSE, N = 22) relived four neutral and four positive autobiographical memorie...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 22, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Charlotte C van Schie Chui-De Chiu Serge A R B Rombouts Willem J Heiser Bernet M Elzinga Source Type: research

Finding a positive me: Affective and neural insights into the challenges of positive autobiographical memory reliving in borderline personality disorder
This study aimed to investigate whether people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can benefit from reliving positive autobiographical memories in terms of mood and state self-esteem and elucidate the neural processes supporting optimal memory reliving. Particularly the role of vividness and brain areas involved in autonoetic consciousness were studied, as key factors involved in improving mood and state self-esteem by positive memory reliving.METHODS: Women with BPD (N = 25), Healthy Controls (HC, N = 33) and controls with Low Self-Esteem (LSE, N = 22) relived four neutral and four positive autobiographical memorie...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 22, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Charlotte C van Schie Chui-De Chiu Serge A R B Rombouts Willem J Heiser Bernet M Elzinga Source Type: research

Finding a positive me: Affective and neural insights into the challenges of positive autobiographical memory reliving in borderline personality disorder
This study aimed to investigate whether people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can benefit from reliving positive autobiographical memories in terms of mood and state self-esteem and elucidate the neural processes supporting optimal memory reliving. Particularly the role of vividness and brain areas involved in autonoetic consciousness were studied, as key factors involved in improving mood and state self-esteem by positive memory reliving.METHODS: Women with BPD (N = 25), Healthy Controls (HC, N = 33) and controls with Low Self-Esteem (LSE, N = 22) relived four neutral and four positive autobiographical memorie...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 22, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Charlotte C van Schie Chui-De Chiu Serge A R B Rombouts Willem J Heiser Bernet M Elzinga Source Type: research

Finding a positive me: Affective and neural insights into the challenges of positive autobiographical memory reliving in borderline personality disorder
This study aimed to investigate whether people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can benefit from reliving positive autobiographical memories in terms of mood and state self-esteem and elucidate the neural processes supporting optimal memory reliving. Particularly the role of vividness and brain areas involved in autonoetic consciousness were studied, as key factors involved in improving mood and state self-esteem by positive memory reliving.METHODS: Women with BPD (N = 25), Healthy Controls (HC, N = 33) and controls with Low Self-Esteem (LSE, N = 22) relived four neutral and four positive autobiographical memorie...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 22, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Charlotte C van Schie Chui-De Chiu Serge A R B Rombouts Willem J Heiser Bernet M Elzinga Source Type: research

Finding a positive me: Affective and neural insights into the challenges of positive autobiographical memory reliving in borderline personality disorder
This study aimed to investigate whether people with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can benefit from reliving positive autobiographical memories in terms of mood and state self-esteem and elucidate the neural processes supporting optimal memory reliving. Particularly the role of vividness and brain areas involved in autonoetic consciousness were studied, as key factors involved in improving mood and state self-esteem by positive memory reliving.METHODS: Women with BPD (N = 25), Healthy Controls (HC, N = 33) and controls with Low Self-Esteem (LSE, N = 22) relived four neutral and four positive autobiographical memorie...
Source: Behaviour Research and Therapy - September 22, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Charlotte C van Schie Chui-De Chiu Serge A R B Rombouts Willem J Heiser Bernet M Elzinga Source Type: research