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Psychological and clinical correlates of the Centrality of Event Scale: A systematic review.
(Clinical psychology review, 2018-11)
The Centrality of Event Scale (CES) was introduced to examine the extent to which a traumatic or stressful event is perceived as central to an individual's identity and life story, and how this relates to Posttraumatic Stress ...
Estimating chance reproducibility in Guttman Scaling
(Social Science Research, 1977-01-01)
A definition of reproducibility in Guttman Scaling and two chance measures of reproducibility are suggested. The first measure assumes that the items are independent. The second method assumes nonindependent items and fits ...
The relation between insecure attachment and posttraumatic stress: Early life versus adulthood traumas.
(Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy, 2015-07)
The present study examined the relations between insecure attachment and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms among community-dwelling older adults with exposure to a broad range of traumatic events. Attachment ...
Memory for prose in Korsakoff and schizophrenic populations.
(The International journal of neuroscience, 1981-01)
Twelve alcoholic Korsakoff patients, their 12 alcoholic controls, and 27 institutionalized schizophrenics and their 19 controls, recalled two stories. The clinical populations recalled approximately half as much as their ...
Unit Analysis of Prose Memory in Clinical and Elderly Populations
(Developmental Neuropsychology, 1986-01-01)
Interpretation of clinical memory tests generally emphasizes the quantitative aspects of recall. This study presents an additional unit analysis of the Logical Memory subtest of Russell's revision of the Wechsler Memory ...
The effectiveness of context before, after, and around a missing word
(Perception & Psychophysics, 1976-03-01)
The probability of correctly guessing a missing word was measured using lour different kinds of context: all words before the missing word (forward context), all words after the missing word (backward context), all words ...
Leading questions and the eyewitness report of a live and a described incident
(Psychological Reports, 1977)
Scenes enable a sense of reliving: Implications for autobiographical memory.
Autobiographical memory has been defined by the phenomenological properties of reliving, vividness, and belief that an event occurred. Neuropsychological damage that results in the inability to recall the layout of a scene ...
Self-narrative focus in autobiographical events: The effect of time, emotion, and individual differences.
(Memory & cognition, 2019-01)
Individuals may take a self-narrative focus on the meaning of personal events in their life story, rather than viewing the events in isolation. Using the Centrality of Event Scale (CES; Berntsen & Rubin in Behaviour Research ...