2022
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph19138062
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Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales and Early Maladaptive Schemas in Depressive Disorders

Abstract: Aim: The aim of this study was to assess the interrelationships of Young’s early maladaptive schemas with indicators of specific neural emotional systems conceptualized in Panksepp’s theory in a group of people suffering from depressive disorders. Materials and methods: The Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales (ANPS) v. 2.4. and J. Young’s Early Maladaptive Schema Questionnaire (YSQ-S3-PL) were used. Ninety (90) individuals aged 18–58, including 45 people treated for depression (DD group), were qualified … Show more

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“…2 Emotional drift in valence and arousal in chills and no chills conditions. The chills participants reported a greater drift in emotional valence and arousal, and a change from a bottom quadrant to a top quadrant, whereas the participants who did not experience chills remained in the same emotional space rape, neglect, abuse) and are often met with considerable resistance by the patient due to the installment of a deep sense of shame and self-deprecation, where the patient perceives himself as inherently defective [46,47]. The main challenge of psychotherapy is to address these dysfunctional patterns of thoughts and feelings learned early in childhood during states of heightened brain plasticity [48].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…2 Emotional drift in valence and arousal in chills and no chills conditions. The chills participants reported a greater drift in emotional valence and arousal, and a change from a bottom quadrant to a top quadrant, whereas the participants who did not experience chills remained in the same emotional space rape, neglect, abuse) and are often met with considerable resistance by the patient due to the installment of a deep sense of shame and self-deprecation, where the patient perceives himself as inherently defective [46,47]. The main challenge of psychotherapy is to address these dysfunctional patterns of thoughts and feelings learned early in childhood during states of heightened brain plasticity [48].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Core maladaptive beliefs can typically be traced back to adverse childhood experiences (e.g., rape, neglect, abuse) and are often met with considerable resistance by the patient due to the installment of a deep sense of shame and self-deprecation, where the patient perceives himself as inherently defective [6,32]. The main challenge of psychotherapy is to address these dysfunctional patterns of thoughts and feelings learned early in childhood during states of heightened brain plasticity [12].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Specifically, evidence shows that schema related to the self and shame plays an essential role in depression and should be the main focus of intervention (Bishop et al, 2022;Wei et al, 2005). Core maladaptive beliefs can be traced back to adverse childhood experiences (e.g., rape, neglect, abuse) and are often met with considerable resistance by the patient due to the installment of a deep sense of shame and self-deprecation, where the patient perceives himself as inherently defective (Cormier et al, 2011;Talarowska et al, 2022).…”
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confidence: 99%