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PARALLEL LATENT CHANGE MODELING FOR DEPRESSION AND PAIN TO PREDICT RELAPSE DURING BUPRENORPHINE AND SUBOXONE TREATMENT
Much of what is currently known regarding treatment for opioid use disorder has been derived from heroin users, with very few investigations into the unique processes that may be involved with individuals who primarily ...
LOSING WEIGHT AND EATING DISORDER RISK: THE ROLE OF DIET TYPE, DIETING STRATEGIES, BMI, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN ACHIEVING WEIGHT LOSS AND INCREASING EATING DISORDER RISK
Although research has investigated various weight loss strategies among those with obesity, and the link between a desire to lose weight and eating disorders is well known, research focused on understanding how dieting ...
The Association Between Psychopathic Personality Traits and Executive Functions
The association between psychopathic personality traits and performance on measures of executive functions (EF) has been well-studied; however, the results across previous research findings have been inconsistent. The ...
The moderating effects of ethnic and sexual identity on emotion openness and depression among lesbian, gay, and bisexual Asians
Lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) Asians often encounter racism and homophobia in their lives because of their ethnic and sexual identities, and consequently, they could suffer from depression. Previous research demonstrated ...
Item Response Theory Analysis of the TriPM
This study investigated item and scale functioning in the Triarchic Psychopathy Measure (TriPM) using an item response theory analysis. TriPM data collected from 937 (410 men, 527 women) college students and community ...