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Predicting Impairment in College Students With ADHD: The Role of Executive Functions


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Predicting Impairment in College Students With ADHD: The Role of Executive Functions

This study longitudinally evaluated whether parent-ratings and self-ratings of executive function (EF) predicted the academic and overall functioning of college students with ADHD and whether EF deficits mediated the relationship between ADHD symptoms and functioning. Method: A prospective longitudinal study of 59 college students comprehensively diagnosed with ADHD and their parents who completed ratings at the beginning and end of the school year.

Non-suicidal self-injuries in a sample of Mexican university students.


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Non-suicidal self-injuries in a sample of Mexican university students.

Las autolesiones no suicidas (ANS) son un problema mundial de salud que afecta principalmente a jóvenes, y puede impactar de manera negativa la salud mental y física de la persona que se autolesiona. Objetivo. Examinar la frecuencia de ANS en 564 estudiantes de licenciatura de la Ciudad de México y la asociación de las ANS con síntomas depresivos, ansiedad, impulsividad, autoeficacia y regulación emocional.

Cómo usar los 5 sentidos para vencer el estrés. La mente es maravillosa


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Cómo usar los 5 sentidos para vencer el estrés. La mente es maravillosa

Nuestras experiencias y emociones pueden cambiar dependiendo de cómo usemos nuestros sentidos. Si permitimos que interaccionen con estímulos relajantes hallaremos la armonía interna. Usar los 5 sentidos para vencer el estrés es una estrategia muy fácil de aplicar. Es un modo muy particular de sincronizar los canales de los sentidos, a la vez que purificadores para calmar nuestra mente.

4 Ways Faculty Can Be Allies for College Student Mental Health


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4 Ways Faculty Can Be Allies for College Student Mental Health

Mental health disorders are common, consequential, and largely untreated on college campuses. These findings are evident through data from the Healthy Minds Study, which has examined college student mental health at more than 200 institutions in the last 14 years

Anxiety in College: What we know and how to cope.


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Anxiety in College: What we know and how to cope.

As students, we face many new challenges, such as living with roommates, managing heavy workloads, and developing an independent identity. It’s no surprise that anxiety often spikes during college. So, what do we know about anxiety during the college years? How can you cope if you’re facing it? And can you take steps this summer to help you handle anxiety when you head off to — or back to — a college campus?

The Relationship Between Anxiety Disorders and Suicide Attempts: Findings From the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.


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The Relationship Between Anxiety Disorders and Suicide Attempts: Findings From the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.

The current study aims to examine the relationship between anxiety disorders and suicide attempts, accounting for important comorbidities, in a large nationally representative sample.

Las Emociones y la Conducta Alimentaria.


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Las Emociones y la Conducta Alimentaria.

En el presente estudio, se identificaron los alimentos consumidos con mayor frecuencia por estudiantes universitarios y las emociones que experimentan durante la alimentación.

Estadísticas a propósito del día Mundial para la Prevención del Suicidio


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Estadísticas a propósito del día Mundial para la Prevención del Suicidio

El suicidio es considerado un problema de salud pública y constituye una tragedia tanto para las familias como para la sociedad. Monitorear el problema y las conductas que llevan a él favorece la creación de estrategias para prevenirlo y evaluar sus avances.

Creative Arts Therapy and Expressive Arts Therapy.


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Creative Arts Therapy and Expressive Arts Therapy.

Here is a basic guide to creative, brain-wise approaches to therapy.

Depression is the no.1 cause of ill health and disability worldwide.


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Depression is the no.1 cause of ill health and disability worldwide.

It seems our world is an increasingly stressful place – and the numbers of people suffering from mental health issues are increasing as a result. While the anxieties of studying are having adverse effects on teens, the pressures of the workplace are impacting adults.

A Cross-Cultural Comparison of the PERMA Model of Well-being


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A Cross-Cultural Comparison of the PERMA Model of Well-being

Seligman’s (2011) PERMA theory of well-being describes a multi-dimensional approach in order to define what it means to flourish in life. The PERMA constructs include Positive emotion (P), Engagement (E), Relationships (R), Meaning (M), and Accomplishment (A). Butler and Kern (2014) developed the PERMA-Profiler, a brief measure of PERMA. In this study, we extend the PERMA-Profiler to a Malaysian sample, in order to examine how well the measure works in another culture.

Subjective well-being: Three decades of progress


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Subjective well-being: Three decades of progress

The next steps in the evolution of the field are to comprehend the interaction of psychological factors with life circumstances in producing SWB, to understand the causal pathways leading to happiness, understand the processes underlying adaptation to events, and develop theories that explain why certain variables differentially influence the different components of SWB (life satisfaction, pleasant affect, and unpleasant affect). (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

Why we all need a Digital Detox.


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Why we all need a Digital Detox.

""Not only has technology transformed our relationships, lifestyle and society, it’s also changing our brains."

—Heather Senior Monroe, LCSW, Director of Program Development"

A New Model for Campus Health: Integrating Well-Being into Campus Life


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A New Model for Campus Health: Integrating Well-Being into Campus Life

Learning how to be happy may sound more like a topic for self-help books than for college and university leaders. That´s why student well-being—has been capturing the attention of college and university presidents, vice presidents for student affairs and other administrators.

Music Therapy Brings Solace To COVID-19 Patients And Healers


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Music Therapy Brings Solace To COVID-19 Patients And Healers

Tom Sweitzer hosts a weekly music therapy group via Zoom for other COVID-19 survivors dealing with lingering symptoms. "We get to know each other through the music," says one participant. "I think that was a really intuitive and wonderful way to connect us."

The effect of loving-kindness meditation on positive emotions: a meta-analytic review


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The effect of loving-kindness meditation on positive emotions: a meta-analytic review

A few individual studies reported that the nature of positive emotions and individual differences also influenced the results. In sum, LKM practice and interventions are effective in enhancing positive emotions, but more studies are needed to identify the active components of the interventions, to compare different psychological operations, and to explore the applicability in clinical populations.

New Well-being Measures: Short Scales to Assess Flourishing and Positive and Negative Feelings


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New Well-being Measures: Short Scales to Assess Flourishing and Positive and Negative Feelings

The Flourishing Scale is a brief 8-item summary measure of the respondent's self-perceived success in important areas such as relationships, self-esteem, purpose, and optimism. The scale provides a single psychological well-being score. The measure has good psychometric properties, and is strongly associated with other psychological well-being scales.

A Measure of Subjective Happiness: Preliminary Reliability and Construct Validation


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A Measure of Subjective Happiness: Preliminary Reliability and Construct Validation

Using a "subjectivist" approach to the assessment of happiness, a new 4-item measure of global subjective happiness was developed and validated in 14 studies with a total of 2 732 participants. Data was collected in the United States from students on two college campuses and one high school campus, from community adults in two California cities, and from older adults.

The Structure of Psychological Well-Being Revisited


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The Structure of Psychological Well-Being Revisited

A theoretical model of psychological well-being that encompasses 6 distinct dimensions of wellness (Autonomy, Environmental Mastery, Personal Growth, Positive Relations With Others, Purpose in Life, Self-Acceptance) was tested with data from a nationally representative sample of adults (iV -1,108), aged 25 and older, who participated in telephone interviews.

Flourish: Positive Psychology and Positive Interventions; The Tanner Lectures on Human Values


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Flourish: Positive Psychology and Positive Interventions; The Tanner Lectures on Human Values

Dr. Seligman is the recipient of three Distinguished Scienti c Contri- bution Awards from the American Psychological Association, the Laurel Award of the American Association for Applied Psychology and Preven- tion, the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Society for Research in Psychopathology, and the rst Wiley Psychology Lifetime Award of the British Academy.

Stress, Sex Differences and Coping Strategies Among College Students


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Stress, Sex Differences and Coping Strategies Among College Students

The relationship between sex, specific sources of stress, and coping strategies were investigated. Students completed a stress assessment inventory and a stress coping inventory based on a 5-factor revised COPE model