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Description: Those who have experienced stressful life events are particularly vulnerable to worse mental health, and may also be more likely to catastrophize (imagining or predicting the worst possible outcome for any given situation). We want to understand whether it is also important how one responds to stressful life events. This research could lead to preventative work in those exposed to major stressors, or lead to the improvement of ‘decatastrophizing’ therapy (a component of psychological therapies for depression and anxiety). An additional objective will be examining if socioeconomic status (SES) is associated with scores on the Catastrophizing Questionnaire or the ISLES test.

License: CC-By Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International


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