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Hypervigilance: An Understudied Mediator of the Longitudinal Relationship Between Stigma and Internalizing Psychopathology Among Sexual Minority Young Adults
Hypervigilance is often theoretically invoked as a psychological mechanism linking stigma to sexual minority young adults' elevated risk for internalizing psychopathology. Yet, within sexual minority mental health research, hypervigilance is rarely explicitly assessed but instead commonly conflated with putatively related constructs, such as sexual orientation-related rejection sensitivity and rumination. This lack of measurement consistency and construct clarity has stymied the empirical studydoi:10.31219/osf.io/xaz78 fatcat:amnunfwi25afji6vwq2dib5s7e