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Anxiety among adults with a history of childhood adversity: Psychological resilience moderates the indirect effect of emotion dysregulation

Background: Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have been widely identified as risk factors for increased symptoms of anxiety across the lifespan. Little is known, however, about the processes by which ACEs set the stage for increased symptoms of anxiety in adulthood. The current study evaluated whether emotion dysregulation and psychological resilience influence the association between ACEs and symptoms of anxiety. Methods: A sample of adult...

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