Nelson Gray, Rosemery

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Fear of abandonment, borderline personality features, and attitudes regarding Intimate Partner Victimization 2016 1579 Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is characterized by unstable interpersonal relationships and frantic efforts to avoid abandonment (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). Intimate partner victimization (IPV) is overrepresented within the roman...
Sad mood and response inhibition 2017 371 Theories contradict each other by predicting either facilitative or detrimental effects of sad mood on cognitive outcomes. For instance, affect-as-information models hold that sad mood encourages detailed and analytical processing styles, thereby imp...
A prosocial manipulation produces increases in positive affect and prosocial behavior, but not related to borderline traits 2019 23 This study examined the effects—on mood and subsequent prosocial behavior—of a prosocial behavioral manipulation in individuals who varied in levels of borderline personality disorder traits. Female undergraduate participants (final N = 230) were ran...