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Health Psychology : Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association

https://read.qxmd.com/read/38602830/loneliness-dynamics-and-physical-health-symptomology-among-midlife-adults-in-daily-life
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Dakota D Witzel, Karina Van Bogart, Erin E Harrington, Shelbie G Turner, David M Almeida
OBJECTIVE: The current study examined how average daily loneliness (between-persons [BPs]), intraindividual variability in loneliness across days (within-persons [WPs]), and loneliness stability informed physical health symptomatology. METHOD: We utilized daily diary data from a national sample of 1,538 middle-aged adults ( M age = 51.02; 57.61% women) who completed eight end-of-day telephone interviews about daily experiences, including loneliness and physical health symptoms (e...
April 11, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38602829/the-double-edged-effect-of-social-mobility-belief-on-socioeconomically-disadvantaged-adolescents-health-the-mediating-role-of-intentional-self-regulation
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Chenyi Zuo, Yi Ren, Hua Ming, Kehan Mei, Silin Huang
PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the double-edged effect of social mobility belief on socioeconomically disadvantaged adolescents' mental and physical health and further explore whether intentional self-regulation is the common psychological mechanism of social mobility belief affecting physical and mental health. METHOD: A total of 469 adolescents ( M age = 13.96 years, 49.3% boys) from two rural public schools in China were included in this study. Adolescents completed questionnaires measuring social mobility belief and mental health (life satisfaction, self-esteem, and depression)...
April 11, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38602828/day-to-day-associations-of-intersectional-minority-stressors-with-sleep-health-in-sexual-and-gender-minority-people-of-color
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Joseph A Belloir, Ipek Ensari, Kasey Jackman, Ari Shechter, Anisha Bhargava, Walter O Bockting, Billy A Caceres
OBJECTIVE: To determine the day-to-day associations between minority stressors (i.e., anticipated and experienced discrimination) and sleep health outcomes (i.e., total sleep time (TST), sleep disturbances, and sleep-related impairment) among sexual and gender minority (SGM) people of color. METHOD: An online sample of SGM people of color living in the United States participated in a 30-day daily diary study. Daily anticipated and experienced discrimination as well as subjective sleep outcomes were assessed via electronic diaries using validated measures...
April 11, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38573691/racial-differences-in-physical-activity-engagement-barriers-and-enjoyment-during-weight-loss
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Francesca M Knudsen, Charlotte J Hagerman, Reena S Chabria, Hannah C McCausland, Marny M Ehmann, Leah M Schumacher, Meghan L Butryn
OBJECTIVE: Aiming to identify potential intervention targets to achieve more equitable outcomes from behavioral weight loss (BWL) programs, the current study examined whether Black and White individuals experienced similar increases in physical activity (PA) engagement, perceived PA barriers, and PA enjoyment during an 18-month BWL program. METHOD: Adults ( N = 290) enrolled in an 18-month BWL program from 2014 to 2016 completed accelerometer-based measurements of moderate-to-vigorous PA and self-reported measures of PA barriers and enjoyment at months 0, 6, 12, and 18...
April 4, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38573690/the-dimensionality-of-vaccination-intentions-one-strain-or-multiple-strains
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Mitchell A M Matthijssen, Florian van Leeuwen, Mariëlle Cloin, Ien van de Goor, Peter Achterberg
OBJECTIVE: People likely have different attitudes toward different vaccines (e.g., they may hold a positive attitude toward the measles, mumps, and rubella-vaccine while simultaneously hold a neutral attitude toward the flu shot). To examine the dimensionality of vaccination intentions, we measured vaccination intentions toward 16 different diseases. We hypothesized that people differentiate between child-directed vaccination intentions and self-directed vaccination intentions. Furthermore, we hypothesized that some commonly studied factors (e...
April 4, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38512213/pathways-to-prevent-e-cigarette-use-examining-the-effectiveness-of-the-truth-antivaping-campaign
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Elizabeth C Hair, Jennifer M Kreslake, Shreya Tulsiani, Michael Shiyang Liu, Donna M Vallone
OBJECTIVE: Mass media campaigns have been designed to counter a rise in e-cigarette use among young people. No studies to date have established pathways from campaign exposure to e-cigarette use behaviors. This study examines the mechanisms through which exposure to the truth® campaign may prevent the progression of e-cigarette use among youth and young adults. METHOD: Data included four waves of the truth longitudinal cohort, a probability-based, nationally representative survey: Wave 1: September 2020-March 2021; Wave 2: July-October 2021; Wave 3: January-May 2022; and Wave 4: October 2022-January 2023...
March 21, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38512212/social-support-for-functional-dependence-activity-patterns-and-chronic-pain-outcomes-a-cross-lagged-mediation-panel-study
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Sónia F Bernardes, Tânia Brandão, Marta Osório de Matos, Alexandra Ferreira-Valente
OBJECTIVE: Received social support undermining engagement in life activities of individuals with chronic pain (e.g., solicitousness, support for functional dependence) is consistently correlated with worse physical functioning, pain severity, and disability. Whether such responses lead to worse pain outcomes (operant model of pain) or the latter lead to more supportive responses undermining activity engagement (social communication and empathy models of pain) is unknown, given the lack of cross-lagged panel studies...
March 21, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38512211/are-there-place-based-disparities-in-mortality-risk-findings-from-two-longitudinal-studies
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Olivia E Atherton
OBJECTIVE: Most work on place-based (e.g., rural-urban) health disparities has been conducted with population-level data, which is limited in its capacity for causal inferences about individuals and lifespan health . The present study leverages individual-level longitudinal data, spanning up to 29 years, to understand how rurality-urbanicity predicts risk for all-cause mortality; whether these associations hold above and beyond socioeconomic status (SES); and whether the association between rurality-urbanicity and mortality risk varies by sex, SES, race, ethnicity, and partner status...
March 21, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38512210/effectiveness-of-cognitive-reappraisal-and-distraction-for-induced-acute-pain-a-laboratory-study
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Juan Carlos Pacho-Hernández, José Luis González-Gutiérrez, Laura Yunta-Rua, Ricardo Pocinho, Almudena López-López
OBJECTIVE: Cognitive reappraisal and distraction modulate pain; however, little is known about their effectiveness at different levels of pain intensity. Thus, the aim of this study has been to analyze the differential efficacy of both strategies to reduce perceived pain intensity and pain unpleasantness in low and moderate pain levels. METHOD: 3 (emotion regulation strategy: cognitive reappraisal, distraction, and control) × 2 (intensity of the painful stimuli: low and moderate intensity) × 2 (time: pretest and posttest) mixed factorial design...
March 21, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38436659/the-empathetic-refutational-interview-to-tackle-vaccine-misconceptions-four-randomized-experiments
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Dawn Holford, Philipp Schmid, Angelo Fasce, Stephan Lewandowsky
OBJECTIVE: We introduce and report early stage testing of a novel, multicomponent intervention that can be used by healthcare professionals (HCPs) to address false or misleading antivaccination arguments while maintaining empathy for and understanding of people's motivations to believe misinformation: the "Empathetic Refutational Interview" (ERI). METHOD: We conducted four experiments in 2022 with participants who were predominantly negative or on the fence about vaccination (total n = 2,545) to test four steps for tailoring an HCP's response to a vaccine-hesitant individual: (a) elicit their concerns, (b) affirm their values and beliefs to the extent possible, (c) refute the misinformed beliefs in their reasoning in a way that is tailored to their psychological motivations, and (d) provide factual information about vaccines...
March 4, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38421766/the-impact-of-restricting-sleep-duration-on-physical-activity-secondary-analysis-of-a-randomized-crossover-study
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Todd McElroy, David L Dickinson, Stephen Vale
OBJECTIVES: This study investigated the causal impact of sleep durations on participants' physical activity (PA) in real-world conditions. METHOD: We performed a secondary analysis of PA data from 146 young adults using a randomized crossover design: both restricted (5-6 hr/night) and well-rested (8-9 hr/night) sleep weeks were assessed, with a washout week in between. Sleep and activity were tracked via research-grade actigraphy. Data analysis of PA involved repeated-measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) and regression techniques...
February 29, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38407101/eating-behaviors-as-pathways-from-early-childhood-adversity-to-adolescent-cardiometabolic-risk
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Jenalee R Doom, LillyBelle K Deer, Trudy Mickel, Andrea Infante, Kenia M Rivera
OBJECTIVE: To identify specific eating behavior pathways that mediate associations between financial difficulties, negative life events, and maternal depressive symptoms from 0 to 5 years and cardiometabolic risk in adolescence. METHOD: Hypotheses were tested with data from birth to age 15 years using the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children, a birth cohort in the United Kingdom ( n = 3,887 for current analyses). Mothers reported on financial difficulties, negative life events, and maternal depressive symptoms at multiple points from 0 to 5 years and reported on worry about child overeating at 8 years...
February 26, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38330307/the-utility-of-coping-through-emotional-approach-a-meta-analysis
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Michael A Hoyt, Karen Llave, Ashley Wei-Ting Wang, Katie Darabos, Karina G Diaz, Megan Hoch, James J MacDonald, Annette L Stanton
OBJECTIVE: A systematic review and meta-analysis was conducted to examine associations between attempts to cope with stressors through the two facets of emotional approach coping (EAC; i.e., processing and expressing stressor-related emotions) and indicators of physical and mental health. METHOD: EBSCO databases including MEDLINE, PsycINFO, and Cochrane Collections were searched from inception to November 2022. In all, 86 studies were included in a meta-analytic evaluation using a random-effects model and meta-regression analysis...
February 8, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38330306/responsive-parenting-and-black-mothers-postpartum-sleep-secondary-analysis-of-an-randomized-controlled-trial
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Ariel R Hart, Steven R H Beach, Chantelle N Hart, Jessica J Smith, Brian K Stansfield, Justin A Lavner
OBJECTIVE: To determine if an intervention designed to enhance early responsive parenting (RP) practices (e.g., reading infant cues, establishing bedtime routines) and promote infant sleep and soothing among Black families has secondary benefits for mothers' postpartum sleep. METHOD: This preregistered secondary analysis of the Sleep Strong African American Families randomized controlled trial investigated effects of an RP intervention versus a safety control condition on self-reported maternal sleep difficulties at 8 and 16 weeks postpartum and on actigraph-measured maternal sleep at 8 weeks postpartum...
February 8, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38300569/social-participation-of-rheumatoid-arthritis-patients-does-illness-perception-play-a-role
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Alexandra Husivargova, Vladimira Timkova, Zelmira Macejova, Zuzana Kotradyova, Mundher Abdulkareem Salmon Aljubouri, Dagmar Breznoscakova, Robbert Sanderman, Iveta Nagyova
OBJECTIVE: Social participation is an important aspect associated with health-related outcomes in chronic diseases. However, little is known about the factors that may affect participation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). We aimed to examine whether pain, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and illness perception are associated with social participation in patients with RA when controlled for clinical and sociodemographic variables. We also analysed the mediating role of illness perception in the association between physical and psychological variables on social participation...
February 1, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38300568/stability-of-morningness-eveningness-and-changes-in-sleep-and-mental-health-during-mid-adulthood
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Ilona Merikanto, Timo Partonen, Noora Berg, Olli Kiviruusu
Objective : A change toward Eveningness in circadian sleep-wake behavior is generally seen from childhood to adolescence, but less is known about circadian changes during adulthood. Circadian changes during mid-adulthood are of high interest, since Eveningness associates with a range of health-related problems, including psychological symptoms and mental disorders. In this study, we examined the circadian stability across 10 years, from 42 to 52 years of age, and how it is associated with sleep and mental health in a Finnish general population cohort follow-up-based ( n = 976)...
February 1, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38252095/personal-and-illness-identity-in-youth-with-type-1-diabetes-developmental-trajectories-and-associations
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Janne Vanderhaegen, Koen Raymaekers, Sofie Prikken, Laurence Claes, Elise Van Laere, Sara Campens, Philip Moons, Koen Luyckx
OBJECTIVE: Having Type 1 diabetes (T1D) may complicate the normative developmental task of personal identity formation in adolescence and emerging adulthood. Besides exploring and committing to identity choices in different life domains, youth with T1D need to integrate their illness into their identity, a process labeled as illness identity. The present study examined whether youth with T1D belonging to different personal identity trajectory classes developed differently on four illness identity dimensions (acceptance, enrichment, engulfment, rejection)...
January 22, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38358730/herd-immunity-versus-self-interest-motives-and-norms-effects-on-influenza-vaccination-intention
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Lisa S Moussaoui, Neele H Heiser, Olivier Desrichard
OBJECTIVE: Promoting vaccine uptake is challenging. This research aimed to experimentally test the effect of communication strategies on influenza vaccine uptake intention. We hypothesized that the effect of descriptive norm level (10%-50%-90% of others vaccinated) on intention would vary according to whether the benefits are focused on the individual (self-interest motives) or others (herd-immunity motives). In particular, we predicted that low and high levels of norms would be detrimental in the herd-immunity condition (inverted-U pattern)...
March 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38236242/life-satisfaction-and-ideal-cardiovascular-health-score-a-cross-sectional-study-from-elsa-brasil
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Aline E Santos, Lidyane V Camelo, Itamar S Santos, Rosane H Griep, Isabela J Bensenor, Sandhi M Barreto, Luana Giatti
OBJECTIVES: To investigate whether higher levels of life satisfaction are associated with a higher ideal cardiovascular health (CVH) score in middle-aged and older populations in the Brazilian context. METHOD: Cross-sectional analysis of 12,936 participants of the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health, Visit 2 (2012-2014), aged 38-79 years. The response variables were the global, lifestyle, and biological ideal CVH scores, as defined by the American Heart Association Life's Simple 7...
February 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38206847/preliminary-effects-of-a-rural-skin-cancer-prevention-intervention-for-youths
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Yelena P Wu, Hannah L Brady, Ali P Wankier, William J Tanguy, Heather J Smith, Elise K Brunsgaard, Jonathan Chipman, Sarah DeSantis, Christiaan Abildso, Benjamin Haaland, Chelsey R Schlechter, David W Wetter, Kenneth P Tercyak
OBJECTIVES: To pilot and assess the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effects of the Rural Adult and Youth Sun (RAYS) protection program, a multilevel skin cancer preventive intervention for young children living in rural U.S. communities, delivered through community-organized team sports. METHOD: Three rural counties in Utah participated with two receiving the intervention and the third serving as a control. Youth sports leagues were recruited through recreation departments and the study took place from May through October 2021...
January 11, 2024: Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
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