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A meta-analysis of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidality. / Siddaway, Andy P. ; Taylor, Peter J. ; Wood, Alex M.; Schulz, Joerg.

In: Journal of Affective Disorders, Vol. 184, 15.09.2015, p. 149-159.

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title = "A meta-analysis of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidality",
abstract = "Background: There is a burgeoning literature examining perceptions of being defeated or trapped in different psychiatric disorders. The disorders most frequently examined to date are depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and suicidality.Aims: To quantify the size and consistency of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, PTSD and suicidality, test for differences across psychiatric disorders, and examine potential moderators and publication bias.Method:Random-effects meta-analyses based on Pearson's correlation coefficient r.Results: Forty studies were included in the meta-analysis (n=10,072). Perceptions of defeat and entrapment were strong (around r=0.60) and similar in size across all four psychiatric disorders. Perceptions of defeat were particularly strong in depression (r=0.73). There was no between-study heterogeneity; therefore moderator analyses were conducted in an exploratory fashion. There was no evidence of publication bias.Limitations: Analyses were cross-sectional, which precludes establishing temporal precedence or causality. Some of the meta-analyses were based on relatively small numbers of effect sizes, which may limit their generalisability.Conclusions: Perceptions of defeat and entrapment are clinically important in depression, anxiety problems, PTSD, and suicidality. Similar-sized, strong relationships across four different psychiatric disorders could suggest that perceptions of defeat and entrapment are transdiagnostic constructs. The results suggest that clinicians and researchers need to become more aware of perceptions of defeat and entrapment",
keywords = "human defeat, entrapment, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, suicide, transdiagnostic",
author = "Siddaway, {Andy P.} and Taylor, {Peter J.} and Wood, {Alex M.} and Joerg Schulz",
note = "This document is the Accepted Manuscript version of the following article: Andy P. Siddaway, Peter J. Taylor, Alex M. Wood, and Joerg Schulz, {\textquoteleft}A meta-analysis of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidality{\textquoteright}, Journal of Affective Disorders, Vol. 184: 149-159, September 2015. The final, published version is available online at: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2015.05.046 ",
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language = "English",
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journal = "Journal of Affective Disorders",
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T1 - A meta-analysis of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidality

AU - Siddaway, Andy P.

AU - Taylor, Peter J.

AU - Wood, Alex M.

AU - Schulz, Joerg

N1 - This document is the Accepted Manuscript version of the following article: Andy P. Siddaway, Peter J. Taylor, Alex M. Wood, and Joerg Schulz, ‘A meta-analysis of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidality’, Journal of Affective Disorders, Vol. 184: 149-159, September 2015. The final, published version is available online at: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2015.05.046

PY - 2015/9/15

Y1 - 2015/9/15

N2 - Background: There is a burgeoning literature examining perceptions of being defeated or trapped in different psychiatric disorders. The disorders most frequently examined to date are depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and suicidality.Aims: To quantify the size and consistency of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, PTSD and suicidality, test for differences across psychiatric disorders, and examine potential moderators and publication bias.Method:Random-effects meta-analyses based on Pearson's correlation coefficient r.Results: Forty studies were included in the meta-analysis (n=10,072). Perceptions of defeat and entrapment were strong (around r=0.60) and similar in size across all four psychiatric disorders. Perceptions of defeat were particularly strong in depression (r=0.73). There was no between-study heterogeneity; therefore moderator analyses were conducted in an exploratory fashion. There was no evidence of publication bias.Limitations: Analyses were cross-sectional, which precludes establishing temporal precedence or causality. Some of the meta-analyses were based on relatively small numbers of effect sizes, which may limit their generalisability.Conclusions: Perceptions of defeat and entrapment are clinically important in depression, anxiety problems, PTSD, and suicidality. Similar-sized, strong relationships across four different psychiatric disorders could suggest that perceptions of defeat and entrapment are transdiagnostic constructs. The results suggest that clinicians and researchers need to become more aware of perceptions of defeat and entrapment

AB - Background: There is a burgeoning literature examining perceptions of being defeated or trapped in different psychiatric disorders. The disorders most frequently examined to date are depression, anxiety problems, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and suicidality.Aims: To quantify the size and consistency of perceptions of defeat and entrapment in depression, anxiety problems, PTSD and suicidality, test for differences across psychiatric disorders, and examine potential moderators and publication bias.Method:Random-effects meta-analyses based on Pearson's correlation coefficient r.Results: Forty studies were included in the meta-analysis (n=10,072). Perceptions of defeat and entrapment were strong (around r=0.60) and similar in size across all four psychiatric disorders. Perceptions of defeat were particularly strong in depression (r=0.73). There was no between-study heterogeneity; therefore moderator analyses were conducted in an exploratory fashion. There was no evidence of publication bias.Limitations: Analyses were cross-sectional, which precludes establishing temporal precedence or causality. Some of the meta-analyses were based on relatively small numbers of effect sizes, which may limit their generalisability.Conclusions: Perceptions of defeat and entrapment are clinically important in depression, anxiety problems, PTSD, and suicidality. Similar-sized, strong relationships across four different psychiatric disorders could suggest that perceptions of defeat and entrapment are transdiagnostic constructs. The results suggest that clinicians and researchers need to become more aware of perceptions of defeat and entrapment

KW - human defeat

KW - entrapment

KW - depression

KW - post-traumatic stress disorder

KW - suicide

KW - transdiagnostic

U2 - 10.1016/j.jad.2015.05.046

DO - 10.1016/j.jad.2015.05.046

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VL - 184

SP - 149

EP - 159

JO - Journal of Affective Disorders

JF - Journal of Affective Disorders

SN - 0165-0327

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