AP  >> Vol. 8 No. 9 (September 2018)

    The Influence of the Degree of Event’s Impact on Depression and Suicidal Ideation among College Students—A Series of Mediating Effects of Brooding of Rumination and Interpersonal Attribution

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事件影响程度抑郁自杀意念反刍沉思人际归属The Degree of Event’s Impact Depression Suicidal Ideation The Brooding of Rumination Interpersonal Attribution


撤稿声明:“事件影响程度对大学生抑郁和自杀意念的影响—反刍沉思和人际归属的系列中介效应”一文刊登在2018年9月出版的《心理学进展》2018年第9卷第1期第1374-1380页上。因文中数据有待核实,暂时不能公布,根据国际出版流程,编委会现决定撤除此重复稿件,保留原出版出处:韩沙沙, 刘世宏 (2018). 事件影响程度对大学生抑郁和自杀意念的影响—反刍沉思和人际归属的系列中介效应. 心理学进展, 8(9), 1374-1380.  https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2018.89160



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