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The Cost of Co-Rumination: Excessive Problem Discussion is Linked to Anxiety, Depression, and Negative Friendship Features in College Students
Co-rumination is the extensive discussion and speculation about problems that occurs in dyadic relationships, and has been found to be linked to both positive friendship quality and internalizing symptoms for youth (Rose, ...
Comfort Zone Orientation: Moving Beyond One’s Comfort Zone
Although people often talk about behaviors or experiences being “out of their comfort zone,” no research has examined the relationship between people’s comfort zones and how they react to situations that fall outside them. ...
Stressed for Success: An Anxiety Reappraisal Video Intervention for Undergraduates
Students everywhere can feel anxious about exams and are commonly met with the advice to “calm down.” However, researchers have found that it is the worries, not the bodily feelings associated with anxiety, that impair ...
Food for Thought: How Skipping Lunch and Psychiatric Illness Affect Cognition
Meal skipping is a common disordered eating behavior in college-aged individuals. This behavior is associated with a variety of health risks, including nutritional deficits and an increased risk for eating pathology. Research ...
Can’t You Feel Your Heartbeat Fast?: Mindfulness as a mediator between interoception and anxiety
Interoception is the perception of physical and emotional sensations within the body, such as hunger, respiration, and pain. Interoception is conceptualized in different components, including interoceptive accuracy (IAc), ...