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The Influence of Emotion Regulation on Well-Being, Internalizing Symptoms, and Disordered Eating Among Emerging Adults
Emerging adulthood is a key period for the development of ER, which may set individuals on lifelong trajectories of mental health. Therefore, it is important to understand what components of ER are associated with adaptive ...
Exploring the Experiences of High Performance Canadian Athletes With Mood and/or Anxiety Disorders
Until recently, it was assumed that mental illnesses were not problems for high performance athletes (e.g., Dean & Rowan, 2013; Reardon & Factor, 2010). As athletes publicly share their struggles with mental illness, this ...
A Mobile-Based Mindfulness Intervention for Chronic Pain
Very little is known about effective interventions for chronic pain in young adults. Available treatments are often inaccessible and unaffordable. The present study tested the effects of a newly developed 12-minute ...
Disordered Eating and Body Dissatisfaction in Women with Physical Disabilities: A Mixed Methods Approach
Studies have shown that women with chronic illnesses/physical disabilities experience eating disorder symptoms at higher rates than those without. Limited research has explored the reasons behind disability as a potential ...
The Evaluation of Yoga Interventions for Individuals With Limited Mobility: Pain, Psychological Variables, and Mindfulness
Objective: The aim of this dissertation was to evaluate specialized yoga interventions for populations with complex chronic health conditions involving chronic pain and limited mobility. Method: Three research trials ...