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Delineating the Relationship between Self-Trust and Generalized Self-Efficacy: Implications for Mental HealthDownload
Generalized self-efficacy (GSE) is understood as a stable and trait-like belief that one can manage challenging situations or tasks one is faced with. Based on Bandura’s social cognitive theory, GSE is thought to arise from repeated experiences of mastery and performance success over a broad...
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the leading cause of mortality in developed countries, followed by depression. Recent literature supports a bidirectional relationship between depression and CAD, which adversely affects the quality of life. Although there is a high prevalence of co-occurring CAD...
Gender differences in adolescent anxiety symptoms: Interactions between peer experiences and individual characteristicsDownload
Anxiety is the most common mental health concern among children and adolescents globally. Anxiety symptoms such as fears and worries increase markedly in early adolescence, particularly for girls. However, not all early adolescents experience this increase in anxiety symptoms. Guided by the...
Cancer is the leading cause of death from disease among adolescents in Canada. Although cancer is a well-researched disease process in the medical and nursing literature, adolescence is relatively understudied, with minimal evidence on strategies to promote healthy emotional adjustment...