Yorgo Hoebeke

Yorgo Hoebeke
Université Catholique de Louvain - UCLouvain | UCLouvain · Psychological Sciences Research Institute

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Introduction
Yorgo is a current PhD student in Psychological Sciences (2018-2022). He graduated from UCLouvain in 2018 with a MA in Clinical Psychology. His research focuses on the application of network analysis to unfold the complex interplay between transdiagnostic processes. He is also interested in the impact of clinical interventions (i.e., CBT, brain stimulation) on such transdiagnostic processes. He can be reached at yorgo.hoebeke@uclouvain.be

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Objective: Research indicates that rumination can be viewed as a dynamic process that fluctuates over time, within hours and days. An increasing number of intensive longitudinal studies on rumination are accordingly being conducted and published using experiencing sampling methodology (ESM), a technique with measurements in everyday life. Yet, thi...
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Objective: Research indicates that rumination can be viewed as a dynamic process that fluctuates over time, within hours and days. An increasing numberof intensive longitudinal studies on rumination are accordingly being conducted and published using experiencing sampling methodology (ESM), a technique with measurements in everyday life. Yet, this...
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Some parents experience intense emotional exhaustion, emotional distance from their children, and feel fed up with parenting; a clinical phenomenon termed parental burnout. This latter arises when parents chronically endure severe stress without sufficient resources to cope, which may lead to detrimental consequences not only for the parent, but al...
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Despite the large-scale dissemination of mindfulness-based interventions, debates persist about the very nature of mindfulness. To date, one of the dominant views is the five-facet approach, which suggests that mindfulness includes five facets (i.e., Observing, Describing, Nonjudging, Nonreactivity, and Acting with Awareness). However, uncertainty...
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Despite the large-scale dissemination of mindfulness-based interventions, debates persist about the very nature of mindfulness. To date, one of the dominant views is the five-facet approach, which suggests that mindfulness includes five facets (i.e., Observing, Describing, Nonjudging, Nonreactivity, and Acting with Awareness). However, uncertainty...
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Parental burnout is a growing subject of research, but thus far this research has not examined whether the features of parental burnout fluctuate over time. Moreover, parenting and parental burnout are inextricable from their family context. Therefore, a critical next step involves examining how parental burnout features temporally unfold and inter...
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Introduction. Broadly considered a transdiagnostic feature of psychological disorders, rumination is associated with lower treatment response, slower recovery rates, and higher relapse rates. Accordingly, research has focused on the development of interventions to alleviate rumination. Recently, transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) has em...
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Broadly considered a transdiagnostic feature of psychological disorders, rumination is associated with lower treatment response, slower recovery rates, and higher relapse rates. Accordingly, research has focused on the development of interventions to alleviate rumination. Recently, transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) has emerged as a pro...
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Theories about the involvement of attention in fear and anxiety feelings have been in philosophical circles long before the foundation of experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience. Ghassemzadeh, Rothbart, and Posner (2019, this issue) provided a much-needed historical and conceptual review of the relations between attention and anxiety dis...

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