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School profiles of at-risk student concentration
Expectations for future relationship satisfaction
Subjective Age and Dementia.
Cross-sectional and temporal association between non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal ideation in young adults
Binge Drinking in Young Adulthood
Personality traits and body mass index
Distress intolerance as a moderator of the relationship between daily stressors and affective symptoms
Smoking-Specific Experiential Avoidance is Indirectly Associated with Trait Worry and Smoking Processes among Treatment-Seeking Smokers.
Anxiety sensitivity facets in relation to tobacco use, abstinence-related problems, and cognitions in treatment-seeking smokers.
Mediation analysis of relationships between chronic inflammation and quality of life in older adults.
Investigating insomnia as a cross-sectional and longitudinal predictor of loneliness
Thwarted belongingness as an explanatory link between insomnia symptoms and suicidal ideation
Personality and actigraphy-measured physical activity in older adults.
Interplay of dysphoria and anxiety sensitivity in relation to emotion regulatory cognitions of smoking among treatment-seeking smokers.
role of interpersonal personality traits and reassurance seeking in eating disorder symptoms and depressive symptoms among women with bulimia nervosa.
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use for HIV Management in the State of Florida
sequential pathway between trauma-related symptom severity and cognitive-based smoking processes through perceived stress and negative affect reduction expectancies among trauma exposed smokers.
Insomnia and suicide-related behaviors
Depressive symptoms, thyroid hormone and autoimmunity in a population-based cohort from Sardinia.
Floor effects associated with universal screening and their impact on the early identification of reading disabilities.
Caregiver perceptions of childhood weight
Weight discrimination and unhealthy eating-related behaviors.