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IMPACT OF SLEEP RESTRICTION VERSUS IDEALIZED SLEEP ON AFFECT AND EMOTION REGULATION IN HEALTHY ADOLESCENTS
This study seeks to replicate and expand evidence for the adverse effects of sleep loss on affect and emotion regulation (Pilcher & Huffcut, 1996; Talbot, McGlinchey, Kaplan, Dahl, & Harvey, 2010; Carskadon, 1990; Baum et ...
DISTRESS TOLERANCE, EMOTION DYSREGULATION, AND ANXIETY AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG HIV+ INDIVIDUALS
A disproportionately high percentage of HIV infected individuals experience clinically meaningful symptoms of anxiety and depression. To date, few studies have examined cognitive-affective factors that may account for these ...