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Disordered Eating and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury: Emotion Dysregulation and Psychological Risk and Protective Factors
Emotion dysregulation contributes to the development of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and disordered eating (DE) behaviours. Despite the high levels of comorbid NSSI and DE, it is unclear whether specific types of emotion ...
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 ...
Emerging Adults' Mental Health Literacy and Mental Health First Aid Experiences: A Mixed-Methods Study
Mental health problems are a significant concern in Canada. Prevalence rates suggest that emerging adults are one of the most at risk age groups in terms of experiencing mental health problems. Canada has begun to recognize ...