Coping, Affection, and Tobacco in Adolescence

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The Journal of Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology has published in its latest issue an interesting study that points out the importance of coping strategies in adolescence for the prevention of tobacco consumption. The study, with a sample of almost 200 teenagers, highlights the importance of interventions that involve positive affectivity…

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A study with university students reveals that 32% have presented suicidal ideation

Prof. José A. Piqueras and researcher Victoria Soto-Sanz, members of the AITANA group and the Universal Team, have published with an international consortium “Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors Among First-Year College Students: Results From the WMH-ICS Project”. The aim of this study was to detect thoughts and suicidal behaviors in late adolescents…

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