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  • Parental bonding: Psychometric properties and association with lifetime depression and anxiety disorders. [Journal Article]
    Psychol Assess. 2020 May 28 [Online ahead of print]Kullberg ML, Maciejewski D, … Elzinga BM
  • In epidemiology and psychiatry research, the Parental Bonding Instrument (PBI) is commonly used to assess offspring's perception on maternal and paternal behavior during childhood. We tested the 2- versus 3-factor structure of the 16-item version and assessed measurement invariance across sex and across lifetime depressed, anxious, comorbid affected, and healthy participants. Subsequently, we inv…
  • Oxytocin receptor gene and parental bonding modulate prefrontal responses to cries: a NIRS Study. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep. 2020 May 22; 10(1):8588.Cataldo I, Neoh MJ, … Esposito G
  • The ability to interpret and regulate emotions relies on experiences of emotional socialization, obtained firstly through the interaction with the parents, and on genetic features that affect how individuals take on social situations. Evidence from the genetic field states that specific allelic variations of the oxytocin receptor gene polymorphisms regulate physiological modulation of human behav…
  • Narcissistic traits in young people: understanding the role of parenting and maltreatment. [Journal Article]
    Borderline Personal Disord Emot Dysregul. 2020; 7:10.van Schie CC, Jarman HL, … Grenyer BFS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Remembered childhood experiences of being overprotected, overvalued and experiencing leniency in parental discipline, were associated with higher traits of pathological narcissism in young people. Care and maltreatment were non-specific risk factors. Remembered childhood environments of being excessively pampered are associated with grandiose and vulnerable narcissistic traits, characterised by the young person expressing unrealistic self-views, entitlement beliefs and impaired autonomy. In treatment these traits may emerge in the patient-therapist relationship and working through their developmental origins may contribute to outcomes.
  • Parental Attachment Patterns in Mothers of Children with Anxiety Disorder. [Journal Article]
    Children (Basel). 2020 May 11; 7(5)Karayağız Ş, Aktan T, Karayağız LZ
  • Anxiety disorder on of the most common illnesses in the context of psychiatry. Potential causes include genetic and environmental factors, as well as the parental attachment of the individuals. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between parental attachment style and anxiety disorders for a group of children and their parents. Study data were collected from the mothers (N = 4…
  • AC Corrosion of Carbon Steel under Cathodic Protection Condition: Assessment, Criteria and Mechanism. A Review. [Review]
    Materials (Basel). 2020 May 07; 13(9)Brenna A, Beretta S, Ormellese M
  • Cathodic protection (CP), in combination with an insulating coating, is a preventative system to control corrosion of buried carbon steel pipes. The corrosion protection of coating defects is achieved by means of a cathodic polarization below the protection potential, namely -0.85 V vs. CSE (CSE, copper-copper sulfate reference electrode) for carbon steel in aerated soil. The presence of alternat…
  • Psychometric Properties of the Parental Bonding Instrument in a Sample of Canadian Children. [Journal Article]
    Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2020 May 05 [Online ahead of print]Huang V, DiMillo J, Koszycki D
  • The parental bonding instrument (PBI) is a self-report questionnaire that was initially designed to retrospectively assess perceived parenting style during childhood in adult respondents. Recent studies have used the PBI to assess current perception of parenting in children. However, few studies have evaluated the psychometric properties of the PBI in children. This study examined the factor stru…
  • The Associations between Family-Related Factors and Excessive Internet Use in Adolescents. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 03 08; 17(5)Faltýnková A, Blinka L, … Husarova D
  • This study examined the relationship between Excessive Internet Use (EIU) in adolescents and their family environment, namely the family type, the family economic status, the effect of parental care, the level of parental control, the amount of parental monitoring, the quality of communication, and the time spent together. The study was based on data from an international survey, Health Behaviour…
  • Basic Family Relations, Parental Bonding, and Dyadic Adjustment in Families with a Member with Psychosis. [Journal Article]
    Community Ment Health J. 2020 Feb 21 [Online ahead of print]Roca M, Vilaregut A, … Mercadal L
  • The aim of the current study is to describe and explore basic family relations, parental bonding, and dyadic adjustment in families with offspring diagnosed with a psychotic disorder. The sample was made up of 120 participants, 60 in the clinical group (GCL) and 60 in the comparison group (GCP). All participants were assessed using the basic family relations evaluation questionnaire (CERFB), the …
  • The Social Context and Illness Identity in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes: A Three-Wave Longitudinal Study. [Journal Article]
    J Youth Adolesc. 2020 Feb; 49(2):449-466.Raymaekers K, Prikken S, … Luyckx K
  • Youth with type 1 diabetes are confronted with the challenging task of integrating diabetes into their identity. This integration process, referred to as illness identity, may play an important role in how youth with type 1 diabetes cope with normative and illness-specific challenges. In line with socio-ecological theorizing, the present study investigated the longitudinal interplay between illne…
  • Maternal Bonding Predicts Actigraphy-Measured Sleep Parameters in Depressed and Nondepressed Adults. [Journal Article]
    J Nerv Ment Dis. 2020 Jan; 208(1):33-37.Rojo-Wissar DM, McQuaid JR, … Haynes PL
  • Associations between subjective maternal bonding recalled from the first 16 years of life and current sleep indices were investigated in a clinical sample of 34 adults with major depressive disorder and 36 normal controls (n = 70) using the self-report parental bonding instrument and wrist actigraphy. Results of multiple linear regression analyses indicated that reports of maternal bonding indice…
  • Inflated Responsibility Beliefs in Paediatric OCD: Exploring the Role of Parental Rearing and Child Age. [Journal Article]
    Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2019 Oct 29 [Online ahead of print]Mathieu SL, Conlon EG, … Farrell LJ
  • Cognitive-behavioural models of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) propose that inflated responsibility beliefs are central to the maintenance of the disorder and are proposed to originate during early childhood via experiences of harsh and/or controlling parenting. The current study aimed to examine the associations between perceived parental rearing behaviours, inflated responsibility/threat b…
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