All Relations between Anxiety Disorders and positive emotion

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Stefanie L Sequeira, Erika E Forbes, Jamie L Hanson, Jennifer S Sil. Positive valence systems in youth anxiety development: A scoping review. Journal of anxiety disorders vol 89 issue 2022 35691120 though some consistencies in the literature were found, such as high neural reactivity to incentive anticipation in youth at temperamental risk for social anxiety and blunted positive affect in youth with social anxiety disorder, the literature is largely inconsistent. 2022-06-12 2022-06-14 Not clear
John A Richey, Judson A Brewer, Holly Sullivan-Toole, Marlene V Strege, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Susan W White, Thomas H Ollendic. Sensitivity shift theory: A developmental model of positive affect and motivational deficits in social anxiety disorder. Clinical psychology review vol 72 issue 2020 31351312 sensitivity shift theory: a developmental model of positive affect and motivational deficits in social anxiety disorder. 2020-09-23 2022-01-13 Not clear
Amanda S Morrison, Maria A Mateen, Faith A Brozovich, Jamil Zaki, Philippe R Goldin, Richard G Heimberg, James J Gros. Changes in Empathy Mediate the Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy but Not Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Social Anxiety Disorder. Behavior therapy vol 50 issue 6 2020 31735245 social anxiety disorder (sad) has been shown to be associated with difficulty in the ability to vicariously share others' positive emotions (positive affective empathy). 2020-02-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
Amy R Sewart, Andrea N Niles, Lisa J Burklund, Darby E Saxbe, Matthew D Lieberman, Michelle G Crask. Examining Positive and Negative Affect as Outcomes and Moderators of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder. Behavior therapy vol 50 issue 6 2020 31735246 however, a subset of anxiety disorders, including social anxiety disorder (sad), are also characterized by low positive affect (pa) resulting from separate deficits in appetitive-related processes. 2020-02-13 2022-01-13 Not clear
Katharina Kircanski, Renee J Thompson, James Sorenson, Lindsey Sherdell, Ian H Gotli. The everyday dynamics of rumination and worry: precipitant events and affective consequences. Cognition & emotion vol 32 issue 7 2019 28103761 participants diagnosed with major depressive disorder (mdd), generalized anxiety disorder (gad), co-occurring mdd-gad, or no diagnosis carried an electronic device for one week and reported on rumination, worry, significant events, positive affect (pa), and negative affect (na). 2019-10-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hannah G Bosley, Aaron J Fisher, C Barr Taylo. Differential responses of positive affect, negative affect, and worry in CBT for generalized anxiety disorder: A person-specific analysis of symptom course during therapy. Psychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research vol 28 issue 4 2019 27799015 differential responses of positive affect, negative affect, and worry in cbt for generalized anxiety disorder: a person-specific analysis of symptom course during therapy. 2019-02-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hannah G Bosley, Aaron J Fisher, C Barr Taylo. Differential responses of positive affect, negative affect, and worry in CBT for generalized anxiety disorder: A person-specific analysis of symptom course during therapy. Psychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research vol 28 issue 4 2019 27799015 research indicates that individuals with generalized anxiety disorder (gad) may experience deficits in positive affect (pa), and tend to dampen or intentionally suppress pa. 2019-02-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jonah N Cohen, M Taylor Dryman, Amanda S Morrison, Kirsten E Gilbert, Richard G Heimberg, June Grube. Positive and Negative Affect as Links Between Social Anxiety and Depression: Predicting Concurrent and Prospective Mood Symptoms in Unipolar and Bipolar Mood Disorders. Behavior therapy vol 48 issue 6 2018 29029678 social anxiety disorder is unique among the anxiety disorders in sharing an affective profile with depression, characterized by low levels of positive affect (pa) and high levels of negative affect (na). 2018-05-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Charles T Taylor, Sarah L Pearlstein, Murray B Stei. The affective tie that binds: Examining the contribution of positive emotions and anxiety to relationship formation in social anxiety disorder. Journal of anxiety disorders vol 49 issue 2018 28384621 the affective tie that binds: examining the contribution of positive emotions and anxiety to relationship formation in social anxiety disorder. 2018-01-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jaclyn S Weisman, Thomas L Rodebaugh, Michelle H Lim, Katya C Fernande. Predicting short-term positive affect in individuals with social anxiety disorder: The role of selected personality traits and emotion regulation strategies. Journal of anxiety disorders vol 34 issue 2016 26119140 predicting short-term positive affect in individuals with social anxiety disorder: the role of selected personality traits and emotion regulation strategies. 2016-02-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jaclyn S Weisman, Thomas L Rodebaugh, Michelle H Lim, Katya C Fernande. Predicting short-term positive affect in individuals with social anxiety disorder: The role of selected personality traits and emotion regulation strategies. Journal of anxiety disorders vol 34 issue 2016 26119140 the present study evaluates whether certain personality traits and emotion regulation variables predict short-term positive affect for individuals with social anxiety disorder and healthy controls. 2016-02-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
Todd B Kashdan, Antonina S Farmer, Leah M Adams, Patty Ferssizidis, Patrick E McKnight, John B Nezle. Distinguishing healthy adults from people with social anxiety disorder: evidence for the value of experiential avoidance and positive emotions in everyday social interactions. Journal of abnormal psychology vol 122 issue 3 2014 23815396 distinguishing healthy adults from people with social anxiety disorder: evidence for the value of experiential avoidance and positive emotions in everyday social interactions. 2014-04-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
A M Weinstein, D J Nut. A cognitive dysfunction in anxiety and its amelioration by effective treatment with SSRIs. Journal of psychopharmacology (Oxford, England) vol 9 issue 2 2012 22298733 we assessed the processing of emotional cognitions of physical anxiety, psycho-social fears, depression and positive affect in a cohort of 15 patients with active anxiety disorder (mostly panic) in comparison with a group of 15 depressed patients and 15 recovered panic patients after treatment with antidepressants (all selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors) and an age- and sex-matched normal control group. 2012-10-02 2022-01-12 Not clear
Todd B Kashdan, Justin W Weeks, Antonina A Savostyanov. Whether, how, and when social anxiety shapes positive experiences and events: a self-regulatory framework and treatment implications. Clinical psychology review vol 31 issue 5 2011 21529701 although neglected in diagnostic criteria lists, theoretical models, and treatment approaches, attenuated positive emotions and cognitions distinguish social anxiety and social anxiety disorder from other anxiety conditions (and cannot be accounted for by comorbidity with depression). 2011-09-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
David A Moscovitch, Michael K Suvak, Stefan G Hofman. Emotional response patterns during social threat in individuals with generalized social anxiety disorder and non-anxious controls. Journal of anxiety disorders vol 24 issue 7 2010 20708493 patterns of synchrony in repeated measures of heart rate, skin conductance levels, negative affect, and positive affect were investigated in patients with social anxiety disorder and non-anxious controls during a speech task. 2010-11-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
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