Keisuke Takano
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Self-rumination, self-reflection, and depression: Self-rumination counteracts the adaptive effect of self-reflection
K Takano, Y Tanno
Behaviour research and therapy 47 (3), 260-264, 2009
Psychopathology and episodic future thinking: A systematic review and meta-analysis of specificity and episodic detail
DJ Hallford, DW Austin, K Takano, F Raes
Behaviour research and therapy 102, 42-51, 2018
Repetitive thought and self-reported sleep disturbance
K Takano, Y Iijima, Y Tanno
Behavior therapy 43 (4), 779-789, 2012
An experience sampling study examining the potential impact of a mindfulness-based intervention on emotion differentiation.
K Van der Gucht, E Dejonckheere, Y Erbas, K Takano, M Vandemoortele, ...
Emotion 19 (1), 123, 2019
Repetitive thought impairs sleep quality: An experience sampling study
K Takano, S Sakamoto, Y Tanno
Behavior Therapy 45 (1), 67-82, 2014
Diurnal variation in rumination.
K Takano, Y Tanno
Emotion 11 (5), 1046, 2011
Ruminative and reflective forms of self-focus: Their relationships with interpersonal skills and emotional reactivity under interpersonal stress
K Takano, S Sakamoto, Y Tanno
Personality and individual Differences 51 (4), 515-520, 2011
Impairments in episodic future thinking for positive events and anticipatory pleasure in major depression
DJ Hallford, TJ Barry, DW Austin, F Raes, K Takano, B Klein
Journal of affective disorders 260, 536-543, 2020
A mindfulness-based intervention for adolescents and young adults after cancer treatment: effects on quality of life, emotional distress, and cognitive vulnerability
K Van der Gucht, K Takano, V Labarque, K Vandenabeele, N Nolf, ...
Journal of Adolescent and young adult oncology 6 (2), 307-317, 2017
Assessing repetitive negative thinking in daily life: Development of an ecological momentary assessment paradigm
T Rosenkranz, K Takano, ER Watkins, T Ehring
PLoS One 15 (4), e0231783, 2020
Effects of a mindfulness‐based intervention on cancer‐related cognitive impairment: results of a randomized controlled functional magnetic resonance imaging pilot study
K Van der Gucht, S Ahmadoun, M Melis, E de Cloe, C Sleurs, A Radwan, ...
Cancer 126 (18), 4246-4255, 2020
A mindfulness-based intervention for economically disadvantaged people: Effects on symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression and on cognitive reactivity and overgeneralization
K Van der Gucht, K Takano, N Van Broeck, F Raes
Mindfulness 6, 1042-1052, 2015
Autobiographical memory impairments as a transdiagnostic feature of mental illness: A meta-analytic review of investigations into autobiographical memory specificity and …
TJ Barry, DJ Hallford, K Takano
Psychological Bulletin 147 (10), 1054, 2021
Adaptive functions of self-focused attention: Insight and depressive and anxiety symptoms
M Nakajima, K Takano, Y Tanno
Psychiatry research 249, 275-280, 2017
Processes of change in a school-based mindfulness programme: Cognitive reactivity and self-coldness as mediators
K Van der Gucht, K Takano, F Raes, P Kuppens
Cognition and Emotion 32 (3), 658-665, 2018
The need for cognition mediates and moderates the association between depressive symptoms and impaired effortful control
Y Nishiguchi, K Takano, Y Tanno
Psychiatry research 241, 8-13, 2016
Ruminative self-focus in daily life: associations with daily activities and depressive symptoms.
K Takano, S Sakamoto, Y Tanno
Emotion 13 (4), 657, 2013
Unraveling the linguistic nature of specific autobiographical memories using a computerized classification algorithm
K Takano, M Ueno, J Moriya, M Mori, Y Nishiguchi, F Raes
Behavior Research Methods 49, 835-852, 2017
Psychometric properties of the written version of the autobiographical memory test in a Japanese community sample
K Takano, M Mori, Y Nishiguchi, J Moriya, F Raes
Psychiatry Research 248, 56-63, 2017
Approach-avoidance modification as an add-on in smoking cessation: a randomized-controlled study
CE Wittekind, E Reibert, K Takano, T Ehring, O Pogarell, T Ruether
Behaviour research and therapy 114, 35-43, 2019
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