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Protective Behavioral Strategies and Alcohol Consumption: The Moderating Role of Drinking-Group Gender Composition
There is international concern about the negative consequences for health related to young people’s alcohol consumption. Peer relationships can play a positive and protective role to cope with risky behaviors associated ...
A Multilevel Study of Alcohol Consumption in Young Adults: Self-E cacy, Peers’ Motivations and Protective Strategies
In both developing and underdeveloped countries there has been a worrying increase in the number of young people drinking alcohol; this public health problem warrants more research. This multilevel study analyzed the ...
Development and Validation of the Social Network Addiction Scale (SNAddS-6S)
The use of social networks has increased exponentially, especially among youth. These tools offer many advantages but also carry some risks such as addiction. This points to the need for a valid multifactorial instrument ...
The Role of Emotional Regulation and Affective Balance on Health Perception in Cardiovascular Disease Patients According to Sex Differences
One of the challenges of aging is the increase of people with chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease (CVD). Men and women experience the disease differently. Therefore, it has an impact on how CVD is treated and ...