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To Be, or Not To Be "Canadian": The Role of Acculturation Motivation in International Student Adjustment and Future Residency Intent
Increasing international student recruitment and post-graduation retention rates represent numerous political, economic, and sociocultural advantages for the host country. For Canada to reap such benefits, international ...
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 ...
Adolescent and Emerging Adult Help Seeking Using Anonymous Telephone and Live Chat Technology
Kids Help Phone is an on-demand, single-session, bilingual, free, and confidential service for young people in Canada who seek help for mental health issues and problems of daily living. 232 telephone clients and 230 Live ...
The Influence of Physical Activity on Psychological Well-Being Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Emerging literature has emphasized the importance of considering psychological factors and individual characteristics that result in both positive and negative outcomes over the course of development. One relatively promising ...