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Associations between psychosocial well-being, stressful life events and emotion-driven impulsiveness in european adolescents

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Knowing the extent to which mental well-being and stressful life events during adolescence contribute to personality characteristics related to risk-taking behaviors, such as emotion-driven impulsiveness, is highly relevant for the development of health promotion measures. This study examined whether psychosocial well-being and different stressful life events are associated with emotion-driven impulsiveness. In total, 3,031 adolescents (52% girls; Mage = 13.6 years) were included from the I. Family Study, a cross-sectional examination on lifestyle-related behaviors conducted across eight European countries in 2013/14. Linear mixed-effects regression models showed that higher psychosocial well-being was associated with lower emotion-driven impulsiveness independent of socio-demographic, health-related, and parental variables. A higher number of stressful life events was associated with higher emotion-driven impulsiveness. Psychosocial well-being and stressful life events need to be further considered in the development and tailoring of health promotion strategies that aim to reduce emotion-driven impulsiveness.
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Social Sciences (miscellaneous), Developmental and Educational Psychology, Education, Social Psychology, Negative urgency, Impulsivity, Mental well-being, Stressful life events, Adolescence

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Do, Stefanie, et al. “Associations between Psychosocial Well-Being, Stressful Life Events and Emotion-Driven Impulsiveness in European Adolescents.” JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE, 2022, doi:10.1007/s10964-021-01533-w.
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Do, S., Coumans, J. M. J., Börnhorst, C., Pohlabeln, H., Reisch, L. A., Danner, U. N., … Hebestreit, A. (2022). Associations between psychosocial well-being, stressful life events and emotion-driven impulsiveness in european adolescents. JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-021-01533-w
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Do, Stefanie, Juul M. J. Coumans, Claudia Börnhorst, Hermann Pohlabeln, Lucia A. Reisch, Unna N. Danner, Paola Russo, et al. 2022. “Associations between Psychosocial Well-Being, Stressful Life Events and Emotion-Driven Impulsiveness in European Adolescents.” JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-021-01533-w.
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Do, Stefanie, Juul M. J. Coumans, Claudia Börnhorst, Hermann Pohlabeln, Lucia A. Reisch, Unna N. Danner, Paola Russo, Toomas Veidebaum, Michael Tornaritis, Dénes Molnár, Monica Hunsberger, Stefaan De Henauw, Luis A. Moreno, Wolfgang Ahrens, and Antje Hebestreit. 2022. “Associations between Psychosocial Well-Being, Stressful Life Events and Emotion-Driven Impulsiveness in European Adolescents.” JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE. doi:10.1007/s10964-021-01533-w.
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Do S, Coumans JMJ, Börnhorst C, Pohlabeln H, Reisch LA, Danner UN, et al. Associations between psychosocial well-being, stressful life events and emotion-driven impulsiveness in european adolescents. JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE. 2022;
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S. Do et al., “Associations between psychosocial well-being, stressful life events and emotion-driven impulsiveness in european adolescents,” JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE, 2022.
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  abstract     = {{Knowing the extent to which mental well-being and stressful life events during adolescence contribute to personality characteristics related to risk-taking behaviors, such as emotion-driven impulsiveness, is highly relevant for the development of health promotion measures. This study examined whether psychosocial well-being and different stressful life events are associated with emotion-driven impulsiveness. In total, 3,031 adolescents (52% girls; Mage = 13.6 years) were included from the I. Family Study, a cross-sectional examination on lifestyle-related behaviors conducted across eight European countries in 2013/14. Linear mixed-effects regression models showed that higher psychosocial well-being was associated with lower emotion-driven impulsiveness independent of socio-demographic, health-related, and parental variables. A higher number of stressful life events was associated with higher emotion-driven impulsiveness. Psychosocial well-being and stressful life events need to be further considered in the development and tailoring of health promotion strategies that aim to reduce emotion-driven impulsiveness.}},
  author       = {{Do, Stefanie and Coumans, Juul M. J. and Börnhorst, Claudia and Pohlabeln, Hermann and Reisch, Lucia A. and Danner, Unna N. and Russo, Paola and Veidebaum, Toomas and Tornaritis, Michael and Molnár, Dénes and Hunsberger, Monica and De Henauw, Stefaan and Moreno, Luis A. and Ahrens, Wolfgang and Hebestreit, Antje}},
  issn         = {{0047-2891}},
  journal      = {{JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE}},
  keywords     = {{Social Sciences (miscellaneous),Developmental and Educational Psychology,Education,Social Psychology,Negative urgency,Impulsivity,Mental well-being,Stressful life events,Adolescence}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  title        = {{Associations between psychosocial well-being, stressful life events and emotion-driven impulsiveness in european adolescents}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10964-021-01533-w}},
  year         = {{2022}},
}

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