Exploring the role of compassion, self-criticism and the dark triad on obesity and emotion regulation

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Emma E. Sharpe, Malcolm B. Schofield, Ben L. H. Roberts, Kamal, A. and Maratos, F. 2022. Exploring the role of compassion, self-criticism and the dark triad on obesity and emotion regulation. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-023-05319-0
AuthorsEmma E. Sharpe, Malcolm B. Schofield, Ben L. H. Roberts, Kamal, A. and Maratos, F.
Keywordsemotion regulation; compassion; self-criticism; obesity; dark triad; personality
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