Broman-Fulks, Joshua

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Placebo Expectancies as a Mechanism in the Psychological and Physiological Benefits of Physical Exercise 2010 2294 The present research is designed to examine the potential role of the placebo effect in the benefits of physical exercise. To this end, 64 healthy non-exercising young adults were randomly assigned to a positive expectancy, negative expectancy, or no...
Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Carbon Dioxide Reactivity among Individuals with High Anxiety Sensitivity 2010 1230 Anxiety sensitivity, or the fear of anxiety and anxiety-related sensations, is a risk factor for the development and maintenance of panic attacks and anxiety disorders. Aerobic exercise has been shown to be effective in reducing high anxiety sensitiv...
Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Anxiety Sensitivity Index-3 2011 7774 Anxiety sensitivity, or the fear of anxiety and related physiological sensations, has been found to amplify fears and operates as a risk factor for anxiety and related pathology. Factor analytic research of the original version of the Anxiety Sensiti...
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Suicidal Self-Injury: A Taxometric Investigation 2012 3422 Debate exists within the literature regarding whether self-injurious behavior (SIB) is most accurately conceptualized as a dimensional or categorical construct. Some researchers have proposed that two distinct forms of SIB s exist, suicidal self-inj...
The Latent Structure of Social Anxiety Disorder: A Taxometric Analysis 2012 2914 Debate exists regarding whether social anxiety is most accurately conceptualized as a categorical or dimensional phenomenon, and existing taxometric research has generated equivocal evidence. Further, researchers have yet to examine the latent struct...
Anxiety Sensitivity And Risk-Taking Behaviors 2015 2027 Negative affective states (e.g., anxiety) can have a significant impact on risk-perception and risk-taking behaviors. High trait anxiety has been linked with risk-avoidant decision-making, though little is known regarding the specific facets of anxie...
The Effects of Aerobic Versus Anaerobic Exercise on Anxiety Sensitivity 2015 1626 Anxiety sensitivity (AS) is a risk factor for the development and maintenance of anxiety disorders. Research has demonstrated that regular physical exercise can have salubrious effects on a variety of physical and mental health outcomes, including de...
Anxiety Sensativity Mediates The Relationship Between Exercise Frequency And Anxiety 2016 233 The anxiolytic effects of regular exercise have been well documented, though the mechanisms through which exercise leads to reductions in anxiety remain unclear. In recent years, there has also been mounting research indicating that exercise reduces ...
Treatment Preference For Major Depressive Disorder 2017 295 Recent research on treatment preference for individuals with major depressive disorder indicates a three to one ratio of preference for cognitive behavioral therapy over medication. There has been little to no research on treatment preference for exe...
The Effects Of Exercise On Body Vigilance 2017 174 Body vigilance may serve as an important vulnerability factor for the development and maintenance of anxiety pathology. Increased awareness of body sensations has been proposed to relate to anxiety sensitivity (i.e., fears of anxiety sensations) and ...
Measuring Distress Tolerance: Development And Validation Of The Multidimensional Distress Tolerance Scale 2018 704 Previous research has identified distress tolerance (DT) as a transdiagnostic vulnerability factor with clinical utility, though varying conceptualizations of DT have impeded effective communication about the construct across research. To address thi...
Investigating The Relationship Between Anxiety Sensitivity And Chronic Illness: A Replication And Extension 2018 236 In the United States, chronic illness and anxiety disorders are two of the largest burdens on the healthcare system. Almost half the population of the United States has been diagnosed with a chronic illness, and anxiety disorders are the most commonl...
Exercise: An Alternative Solution For Reducing Experiential Avoidance 2018 20 Anxiety disorders are a growing problem in the US as they are one of the most common mental illnesses and cost the economy billions for treatment. An alternative to current methods may be to target anxiety vulnerability factors through the incorporat...