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S.M. Yasir Arafat, M A Al Mamun and Md. Saleh Uddin

were assessed and found satisfactory at the time of validation of the instrument ( Arafat et al. 2017 ). The instrument contains 20 questions about depression with three response options (yes, no, don’t know) for each item. Single response from the three options of each item was indicated and recorded. Score ‘1’ was given for each correct answer. Wrong and don’t know answers were scored as ‘0’. Total scores were calculated by summing up the scores of 20 items. Thus, the scores of D-Lit Bangla ranged from 0–20. Design and Processes: This descriptive cross

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SarzamArobi, Jamiun Naher and Tanjir Rashid Soron

) as a measure of the current mental health status that has been widely used in different cultures and different settings ( Montazeri et al., 2003 ) . It was translated and adapted in Bengali ( Ilyas, 2002 ). A high General Health Questionnaire-12 score indicated reporting of more symptoms, that is, lower mental health. The COPE scale (originally developed by Carver, Scherier and Weintrauh, 1989 ) adapted by Rahman and Islam (2011) . The COPE scale is theoretically based 60 items on self-report measures. Here participants are instructed to report what they

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Giuseppe Carrà, Giulia Brambilla, Manuela Caslini, Francesca Parma, Alessandro Chinello, Francesco Bartoli, Cristina Crocamo, Luigi Zappa and Costanza Papagno

literature, we selected clinically relevant variables that provide a broad picture of impairments related to psychological problems and emotional experience in EDs and that may influence specific domains we studied, that is, executive control and FER. The Italian versions of the Eating Disorder Examination (EDE-17.0) ( Calugi et al., 2017 ) and of the Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire (EDE-Q 6.0) ( Calugi et al., 2017 ), were used to generate DSM-5 ED diagnoses and to rule out (mean global score > 2.0) any possible EDs from HCs, respectively. Information on

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Danny Vumbi Likashi, Ravi Paul and Luty Jason

dividing the study area into four and then identifying female drinkers from each of the areas who would roll out to other drinkers. From the 100 questionnaires, 54 were screened as indicating some form of hazardous drinking because of scoring 8 points and above. The 54 questionnaires were further screened to identify characteristics of binge drinking by using questions 1, 2 and 3. 30 females were qualified as being alcohol binge drinkers based on the three indices of alcohol consumption; frequency, quantity and intensity of drinking, which matched questions 1, 2 and 3

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Lara N. Schulze, Sandra Van der Auwera, Deborah Janowitz, Johannes Hertel, Katharina Wittfeld, René Walk, Nele Friedrich, Henry Völzke and Hans J. Grabe

putative role of childhood trauma subtypes is unknown. By testing the association between childhood trauma, depression and BMI in three independent large samples, we validate prior results and offer a generalization of the findings, as two studies are based on general population samples (SHIP-2, SHIP-TREND-0) and one study is a large clinical sample (GANI_MED). We hypothesize that: 1. Childhood trauma is associated with increased BMI and depression score in adulthood; 2. Current depression and BMI in adulthood are associated; 3. Part of the effect from childhood trauma

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Reinhard Heun

those with a predisposition small sample selection and awareness bias Al-Ozairi, Al Kandari, AlHaqqan, AlHarbi, Masters, Syed 2015 Kuwait wellbeing of subjects with sleeve gastrectomy during Ramadan within-subject design, telephone survey on fasting and non-fasting day 207 participants who had had sleeve gastrectomy 166 females 35.2 years Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) depression scores slightly higher depression scores during versus after fasting. fasting did not cause clinically significant depression Fasting was well tolerated in

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Fatima Hossain and Nuno Ferreira

., 2017 ). For example, Vincke and van Heeringen (2002) examined a group of 197 gay and lesbian youth in a longitudinal study and found that when youth’s environment, such as family, friends, and confidants, is aware of their sexual identity and is supportive and nurturing, gay and lesbian youth scored higher on self-concept measures. These findings are supported by Snapp et al. (2015) who studied 245 LGBT youth and showed that a positive and supportive environment (such as family, friends, and community) was associated with higher self-esteem in youth ( r =0

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S. M. Yasir Arafat

).” Parents received a score on all three parenting dimensions. Table 1 PSDQ English (62 Items). 1.[He encourages] [I encourage]our child to talk about the child’s troubles 2.[He guides] [I guide] our child by punishment more than by reason 3.[He knows] [I know]the names of our child’s friends 4.[He finds] [I find] it difficult to discipline our child 5.[He gives praise] [I give praise] when our child is good 6.[He spanks] [I spank] when our child is disobedient 7.[He jokes and plays] [I joke and play] with our child 8.[He withholds

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Reinhard Heun and Alan Pringle

Introduction Football is a global game and a huge international business. The game is played for 90 min by two teams of 11 players, both teams trying to score by hitting the one ball with the foot (or leg or head, but not the hands) into the opponents’ goal. The game is called football in Europe, Asia and South America, but soccer (shortened form Association football) in North America, Australia and South Africa, essentially to distinguish football, respectively soccer, from other versions of regional football games such as American or Australian football

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Jenny Hufenreuter, Josephine Otto and Michael Linden

= 1.00) RG vs. RS (p = 0.02) RG scale (sum score) 4.21(1.24) 4.09(1.20) 5.05(1.00) 3.63(1.09) F (2,259) = 25.17, p < 0.001 TAU vs. RG (p < 0.001), TAU vs. RS (p = 0.01) RG vs. RS (p <0.001) Resistance 1 I learned to improve my frustration tolerance 3.81(1.75) 3.52(1.77) 3.92(1.55) 4.19(1.82) F (2,256) = 3.58, p = 0.03 TAU vs. RG (p = 0.39), TAU vs. RS (p = 0.03) RG vs. RS (p = 1.00) 2 I learned to improve my level of detachment when I get frustrated 4.10(1.74) 3.95(1.72) 4.03(1.69) 4