Calum Calderwood

Calum Calderwood
University of Strathclyde · School of Psychological Sciences and Health

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Publications (8)
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Reports an error in "A new measure of feeling safe: Developing psychometric properties of the Neuroception of Psychological Safety Scale (NPSS)" by Liza Morton, Nicola Cogan, Jacek Kolacz, Calum Calderwood, Marek Nikolic, Thomas Bacon, Emily Pathe, Damien Williams and Stephen W. Porges (Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy,...
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Objective: Psychological safety is increasingly recognized as central to mental health, wellbeing and posttraumatic growth. To date, there is no psychometrically supported measure of psychological safety combining psychological, physiological and social components. The current research aimed to develop and establish the neuroception of psychologic...
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The growing population of adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) often have lifelong experience of dealing with potentially traumatic health crises and medical uncertainty whilst facing increased vulnerability to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The COVID-19 pandemic presents additional challenges for this population including increased r...
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Objective: Psychological safety is increasingly recognised as central to mental health, wellbeing and post-traumatic growth. To date, there is no psychometrically supported measure of psychological safety combining psychological, physiological and social components. The current research aimed to develop and establish the neuroception of psychologic...
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Background: Psychological safety is increasingly recognised as central to mental health and wellbeing. The Polyvagal Theory offers a ‘Science of Safety’ which can help inform clinical practice to promote wellbeing, resilience and post-traumatic growth, whilst mitigating trauma. To date, there is no standardised measure of psychological safety compr...
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Objectives: The growing population of adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) often have lifelong experience of dealing with potentially traumatic health crises and medical uncertainty. Further, they can face increased vulnerability to anxiety, depression and PTSD. The COVID-19 pandemic may present additional challenges for this population inclu...
Conference Paper
Those living with congenital heart disease (CHD) have lifelong experience of dealing with potentially traumatic health crises, medical uncertainty and experience increased vulnerability to anxiety, depression and PTSD. The COVID-19 pandemic may present additional challenges for this population including an increased risk of serious complications fr...
Conference Paper
Abstract Background: Adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) have lifelong experience of dealing with potentially traumatic health crises and show increased vulnerability to anxiety, depression and PTSD. The COVID-19 pandemic presents a further challenge for the CHD population who face greater risk of serious complications from the virus, psycho...

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Developing a standardised measure of psychological safety.