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Disrupting the Cycle of Negative Thoughts With Computerized Training

Researchers find that computerized cognitive training may be one effective tool for helping to stop the cycle of rumination associated with depression and other psychological disorders. ... More>


“Out, Damned Spot!”: Obsessive-Like Behavior Linked to Specific Type of Guilt

New findings show that triggering a particular type of guilt leads people to engage in obsessive checking and washing behaviors, which may shed additional light on OCD. ... More>


Spirituality May Help Buffer Some New Mothers Against Postpartum Depression

Half a million American mothers experience postpartum depression each year — new research suggests that religiosity and spirituality may mitigate the risk of postpartum depression in African American women. ... More>


Buffering the Impact of Maternal Depression, Anxiety, and Stress on Neonatal Outcomes

Sophia E. Green, Emory University, present her research on "Buffering the Impact of Maternal Depression, Anxiety, and Stress on Neonatal Outcomes" at the 2014 APS Annual Convention in San Francisco. ... More>


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring negative self-beliefs in eating disorders, prefrontal activity and self-control in smokers, culture and memory in PTSD, and cognitive mechanisms underlying rumination. ... More>