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Nonverbal and Paralinguistic Behaviours During the Adult Attachment Interview: The Construction of a Novel Coding System
The current study outlines the development, construction, and reliability of a novel coding tool for the Adult Attachment Interview and was designed to address perceived deficits in both research and clinical practice. ...
Understanding Social Support for Parents of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Parenting an individual with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is uniquely challenging and enhancing resources like social support is important for promoting well-being. Within the field of ASD, social support has generally ...
Time-Management in Emerging Adulthood During the Transition to University
Attending university for the first time involves a stressful transition for most emerging adults, with a substantial minority of students experiencing serious difficulties. To provide a framework for understanding ...
Sport Involvement for Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities
Little is known about sport participation in youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The current research is the first to systematically examine correlates and outcomes associated with sport involvement in youth with ...
Examining Intra-and Inter-Personal Emotion Regulation, Psychopathology, Well-Being, and Relationship Quality in Emerging Adulthood
Identifying components of emotion regulation (ER) that contribute to emerging adults (18-29 years) psychosocial outcomes is crucial to promoting their development. This study aimed to identify emerging adults intra- and ...
A Five-Week Mindfulness Program for Emerging Adults Experiencing Anxious and/or Depressive Symptoms
Emerging adulthood is the highest risk period for developing mental health issues compared to other periods across the lifespan. Despite this high risk, emerging adults (EAs) experience especially long wait-times for mental ...