Thematic analysis of adolescents’ understanding of Soothe
Thematic analysis was carried out with narratives from Project Soothe, with a total of 111 participants from 12 to 18 […]
A Qualitative Exploration of Soothing Imagery and how Soothing Imagery Could be used as a Wellbeing Intervention for Adolescents.
This study aims to explore what is considered soothing when viewing externally presented imagery and how soothing imagery could be […]
Image Effect in an Adolescent Population
Research is being trialled to establish whether the use of images could be beneficial as a wellbeing tool in an […]
The soothing effect of images: A qualitative mediation study with young people.
This study sought to explore potential psychological mechanisms underlying the soothing experience for young people when presented with soothing EPIs
A Bank of Visual Images Created for and Created by the Public Using the Innovative Citizen Scientist Approach
Project Soothe bridges the boundaries between art and science in the digital age. Our goal is to create a bank […]
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The role of self-compassion, attachment, interpersonal functioning, and the use of soothing imagery in depression
Soothe ourselves in times of need: A qualitative exploration of how the feeling of ‘soothe’ is understood and experienced in everyday life
This study addressed two research questions: (1) How is the feeling of soothe understood? (2) How is the feeling of […]
12th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology 2017
Project Soothe is a current large scale project that has collected over 600 images from the general public and is […]
Vividness of positive mental imagery predicts positive emotional response to visually presented Project Soothe pictures
Psychological research has indicated that mental imagery is closely connected with emotion and plays an important role in the development […]
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