Igor Marchetti
Igor Marchetti
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Trieste
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The default mode network and recurrent depression: a neurobiological model of cognitive risk factors
I Marchetti, EHW Koster, EJ Sonuga-Barke, R De Raedt
Neuropsychology review 22 (3), 229-251, 2012
Using network analysis to identify central symptoms of adolescent depression
MC Mullarkey, I Marchetti, CG Beevers
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 48 (4), 656-668, 2019
Difficulties in emotion regulation scale (DERS): the Italian translation and adaptation
C Sighinolfi, A Norcini Pala, LR Chiri, I Marchetti, C Sica
Psicoterapia Cognitiva Comportamentale 16 (2), 141-170, 2010
Accelerated HF-rTMS in treatment-resistant unipolar depression: insights from subgenual anterior cingulate functional connectivity
C Baeken, D Marinazzo, GR Wu, P Van Schuerbeek, J De Mey, ...
The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry 15 (4), 286-297, 2014
Spontaneous Thought and Vulnerability to Mood Disorders The Dark Side of the Wandering Mind
I Marchetti, EHW Koster, E Klinger, LB Alloy
Clinical Psychological Science, 2167702615622383, 2016
The Brief State Rumination Inventory (BSRI): Validation and Psychometric Evaluation
I Marchetti, N Mor, C Chiorri, EHW Koster
Cognitive Therapy and Research, 1-14, 2018
The interplay between cognitive risk and resilience factors in remitted depression: A network analysis
K Hoorelbeke, I Marchetti, M De Schryver, EHW Koster
Journal of affective disorders 195, 96-104, 2016
In search of specificity:“Not just right experiences” and obsessive–compulsive symptoms in non-clinical and clinical Italian individuals
M Ghisi, LR Chiri, I Marchetti, E Sanavio, C Sica
Journal of anxiety disorders 24 (8), 879-886, 2010
Hopelessness: A network analysis
I Marchetti
Cognitive Therapy and Research 43 (3), 611-619, 2019
Specificity and overlap of attention and memory biases in depression
I Marchetti, J Everaert, J Dainer-Best, T Loeys, CG Beevers, EHW Koster
Journal of Affective Disorders 225, 404-412, 2018
Mindwandering heightens the accessibility of negative relative to positive thought
I Marchetti, EHW Koster, R De Raedt
Consciousness and cognition 21 (3), 1517-1525, 2012
“Not just right experiences” predict obsessive–compulsive symptoms in non-clinical Italian individuals: A one-year longitudinal study
C Sica, C Caudek, LR Chiri, M Ghisi, I Marchetti
Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 1 (3), 159-167, 2012
Self-generated thoughts and depression: From daydreaming to depressive symptoms
I Marchetti, E Van de Putte, EHW Koster
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 131, 2014
Spontaneous thought and goal pursuit: From functions such as planning to dysfunctions such as rumination.
E Klinger, I Marchetti, E Koster
The Oxford handbook of spontaneous thought: Mind-wandering, creativityá…, 2017
Manipulating cues in mind wandering: Verbal cues affect the frequency and the temporal focus of mind wandering
M Vannucci, C Pelagatti, I Marchetti
Consciousness and Cognition 53, 61-69, 2017
What is the internal structure of intolerance of uncertainty? A network analysis approach
G Bottesi, I Marchetti, C Sica, M Ghisi
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 75, 102293, 2020
Unveiling the structure of cognitive vulnerability for depression: Specificity and overlap
I Marchetti, T Loeys, LB Alloy, EHW Koster
PloS one 11 (12), e0168612, 2016
Rest-related dynamics of risk and protective factors for depression: A behavioral study
I Marchetti, EHW Koster, R De Raedt
Clinical Psychological Science 1 (4), 443-451, 2013
Bridges over troubled waters: mapping the interplay between anxiety, depression and stress through network analysis of the DASS-21
N Van den Bergh, I Marchetti, EHW Koster
Cognitive Therapy and Research 45 (1), 46-60, 2021
Symptom centrality and infrequency of endorsement identify adolescent depression symptoms more strongly associated with life satisfaction
MC Mullarkey, I Marchetti, K Bluth, CL Carlson, J Shumake, CG Beevers
Journal of Affective Disorders, 2021
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