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Social modeling of eating and the mirror neuron system: the role of neurophysiological mechanisms in predicting susceptibility to modeling
The social modeling of eating effect refers to the consistently demonstrated phenomenon that individuals tend to match the quantity of their food intake to their eating companion. The current study aimed to explore the ...
Emotion regulation mediates the association between HRV reactivity and relationship success
Two hundred single post-secondary students participated in a longitudinal study including online, laboratory, and speed dating components. This methodology was used to examine the link between romantic relationship ...
Analysis of the child and adolescent needs and strengths assessment in a First Nation population
First Nations youth are one of the fastest growing demographics in Canada, yet they are more likely to experience adverse health and life circumstances than non-Indigenous Canadians. Developing and implementing appropriate ...
Variability in women's perception of potential female rivals: effects of fertility, mating orientation, and revealing dress biases
Two studies were conducted to better understand individual difference factors that influence women’s mating-relevant perceptions of other women. In Study 1, biases about revealing dress were examined and the extent to which ...
Is orthorexia a security motivated eating behaviour? An examination through cognitive bias and cardiac reactivity to food
Orthorexia is a rigid style of eating that aims to prevent illness that is characterized by a preference for natural foods was investigated as a biologically driven trait with evolutionary roots in a precautionary system ...
Factors that impact the implementation and sustainability of dialectical behaviour therapy programs: a qualitative study of clinician perspectives
Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is a psychological treatment developed for individuals experiencing significant mental health issues along with high-risk behaviours (e.g., suicidal behaviours, self-harm, substance ...