Insecure Attachment Moderates Women's Adjustment to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Severity
Gick, M.L.; Sirois, F.M.;
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Objective: Insecure attachment was explored as a moderator of the relationship between disease severity and psychosocial variables in a study of adjustment in women with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). \ud \ud Method: Participants were 218 women recruited through noti... View more
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