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Ostracism and Rejection Sensitivity: Are the sensitive really sensitive?
Ostracism, a form of social exclusion, threatens four fundamental needs: self-esteem, meaningful existence, control, and belonging. The present study sought out to examine if certain individual differences exacerbate the ...
Big Five Factors and Longitudinal Research Participation
Personality has been found to significantly impact participation in psychological research in terms of time of participation (e.g., Aviv, Zelenski, Rallo, & Larsen, 2002), willingness to complete more difficult studies ...
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 ...