Rebecca R Hubbard

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OBJECTIVE The primary aim of this study was to examine relationships among parenting style, symptoms of ADHD, and academic adjustment in college students. Specifically, we investigated whether parenting style may act as a buffer in the negative relationship between ADHD symptoms and academic adjustment. METHOD Participants were 200 undergraduate students(More)
OBJECTIVE As a novel investigation of the role of White racial identity, the current study explored the link between White guilt and disordered eating. PARTICIPANTS Young adult women (N=375), 200 of whom self-identified as White. METHODS Measures assessed disordered eating, trait guilt, White guilt, and affect. RESULTS White guilt is interrelated with(More)
Ethnic minority populations in the United States are disproportionately affected by obesity. To address this disparity, research has begun to investigate the role of culture, ethnicity, and experiences with racism on food choices and health interventions. The aim of the current study was to develop and evaluate a new scale measuring the extent to which(More)
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