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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 ...
The Company You Keep: The Relationship between Friendship Qualities and Mental Health among Undergraduates
Prior research has shown that stress and mental illnesses increase during college years. Strong social support may contribute to better mental health while weak social support may exacerbate mental illnesses. Because college ...
Effects of exercise type, volume and intensity on depression in an active population
This study examined the impact of exercise type (e.g., endurance or strength training), volume and intensity on levels of depression symptomology in order to determine which of these moderators improves outcome the most. ...
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, ...