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Internalizing symptoms are symptoms that cannot necessarily be seen. Examples of internalized symptoms include, suicidal thoughts, being withdrawn, and unexplained bodily problems. High levels of internalized symptoms are associated with a higher risk for difficulties in social adjustment and increased risk for substance use.

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Parental Criticism and Coherence in Association With Adolescent Internalizing Symptoms



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