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The Relationship Between Mindfulness, Anxiety, And Time Lost In Sport Due To Injury Among Collegiate Athletes
Northwest University, February 26, 2018
As an athlete, acquiring an injury is one of the leading factors impeding performance, and studies show anxiety to be a predictor of sport injury occurrence. Mindfulness is becoming increasingly popular in Western psychology ...
Effectiveness of Lifespan Integration on Homeless Women with Anxiety at a Seattle Area Shelter
Northwest University, March 7, 2018
The purpose of this mixed-methodology study was to explore Lifespan Integration as a treatment modality for homeless women at a rehabilitation shelter. The women had histories of trauma, intimate partner violence, addiction, ...
Assessing Prevalence Rates and Clinical Impairment of Orthorexia Nervosa in a U.S. Population
Northwest University, July 27, 2020
Orthorexia nervosa has been characterized as a pathological fixation toward consuming healthy foods. Recognized by U.S. physician Bratman in 1997, orthorexia has received global attention among professionals in the medical ...