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A TEST OF WHETHER DIFFICULTIES IN EMOTION REGULATION EXPLAIN THE RELATION OF ATTACHMENT WITH RISKY SEXUAL BEHAVIORS, ATTITUDES, AND SELF-EFFICACY
The incidence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted infections (STI) has increased among adolescents and young adults due to the prevalence of risky sexual behaviors. Adolescents with severe ...
THE EFFECT OF OXYTOCIN ON TRUST BETWEEN MOTHERS AND ADOLESCENTS AND THE MODERATING ROLE OF ATTACHMENT SECURITY
Existing research with animals and human adults suggests that oxytocin is a promising therapeutic tool because it increases trust and attachment in social relationships—key factors in a range of psychiatric disorders. ...
Comparing the Career Transitions of Younger and Older Adults: Contributions of Adult Attachment Orientation and Career Adaptability to Subjective Well-Being
Understanding career transitions and what drives particular utilization of adaptive strategies during these life periods are important to examine as they provide valuable information regarding how people cope. To date, ...