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Abstract Self-harm is a major problem among young adults, and many do not seek help from health care services. Little is known about how patients who harm themselves experience positive encounters with health care workers. Blogs are a way of communicating personal experiences to a broader public...
Abstract Several studies have indicated significant relations between the Big Five personality traits and life satisfaction. However, most of these studies have been carried out on Western samples. The present study aimed to explore the Big Five predictors of life satisfaction in an...
Abstract The prevalence of mental health and neurodevelopmental disorders in young people is high in low- and middle-income countries. Collaboration between institutions from high-income countries and institutions in resource-poor settings may enhance professional competence. This may be a key...
Abstract The purpose of this systematic review is to identify risk factors and mechanisms of radicalization associated with lone-actor grievance-fueled violence. In this paper, I focus on five violent lone-actor “types”; lone-actor terrorists, workplace attackers, school shooters, rampage...
Abstract Online cognitive tests have gained popularity in recent years, but their utility needs evaluation. We reviewed the available information on the reliability and validity measures of tests that were designed to be performed online without supervision. We then compared a newly developed...
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