Shane D. Kentopp's research while affiliated with University of Michigan and other places

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Previous research indicates that sensation seeking, emotion dysregulation, and impulsivity are predictive of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). A body of research supports that meaning in life predicts improved mental health and well-being, including fewer suicidal thoughts and attempts, yet no research has examined the moderating effects of meaning...
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Advancements in mobile technology offer new possibilities to examine fine-grained processes underlying suicidal ideation in everyday, real-world conditions. Across two samples, this study examined temporal changes in near-term suicidal ideation in high-risk adolescents' daily life, and whether these dynamic experiences follow distinct longitudinal...
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The dual systems theory of health risk behaviors posits that maladaptive behaviors during late adolescence and early adulthood are the result of differential developmental trajectories of a cognitive control system and socioemotional system. The divergence or “gap” between these two systems was modeled as two Latent Gap Scores (LGS) in a sample of...
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Objective: Extreme sport participation and injury rates have increased in recent decades. This study aimed to investigate sub-dimensions of impulsivity and sensation seeking that contribute to participation and injury risk in extreme sports. Participants: Data included cross-sectional survey responses from 7,109 college students (Mage = 19.68, S...
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The Benefits and Barriers model of NSSI postulates that engagement in NSSI is positively reinforced by potent benefits, however there are a host of barriers to engagement, any one of which is salient enough to prevent engagement. It is possible that individual differences in sensation seeking, a trait that describes optimal level of positive reinfo...
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Research examining hallucinogen use has identified potential benefits, as well as potential harms, associated with use. The acute effects of hallucinogen use can be intense, disorienting, cognitively impairing, and may result in perceptual changes mimicking aspects of temporary psychosis. Hallucinogen use may also lead to the onset of more chronic...
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Sensation seeking and emotion dysregulation have been identified as contributing factors for consequences associated with cannabis use, although findings have been mixed. The study seeks to clarify relations between sensation seeking, emotion dysregulation, and cannabis-related consequences. Cannabis users (N = 2,128) were assessed for facets of se...

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... In addition, as SRs must be close to the action, they must acquire a mental strength that differentiates them from non-athletes (Guillén & Laborde, 2014) developing specific psychological skills, such as self-confidence, concentration, motivation (Castillo-Rodríguez, López-Aguilar & Alonso-Arbiol, 2021; Ramírez et al., 2006) or self-efficacy (Guillén & Feltz, 2011;Guillén et al., 2019). These psychological skills allow SRs to make decisions in extreme situations (public, possible promotions, relegations, etc.) within a context of permanent competition stress (Soriano Gillué et al., 2018) and, consequently, achieve excellent refereeing (Garcés de los Fayos & Vives, 2003;Giske, Hausen & Johansen, 2016;Weinberg & Richardson, 1990). ...
... These findings were in alignment with a prior study that found that sensation seeking magnified the association between a risk factor (cyberbullying victimization) and adolescent NSSI [32]. According to the sensation seeking theory [49,50], individuals who seek high sensation also tend to enjoy novel experiences and taking risks, which in turn increases the possibility that they will use a risky behavior such as NSSI to escape depression [51]. Thus, for adolescents with high levels of sensation seeking, the relation between depression and NSSI became stronger. ...
... A special focus of the debate was here on the Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD) [99,100], with users asking for remedies to treat the problem, due to the impossibility of visiting clinicians/specialists. COVID-19 affected drug markets in various ways, with sudden changes in drug purity/potency, price and supply/availability levels [80,101,102]. ...