• Study on Transgenerationa Transmission on Parenting
    developmental psychology. In W. Damon (Series Ed.) & R. M. Lerner (Vol. Ed.) Handbook of Child Psychology: Vol. 1. Theoretical models of human development (5th ed., pp. 25-105). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Campbell, J., & Gilmore, L. (2007). Intergenerational continuities and discontinuities in...
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  • Sociology 1301 Lecture notes
    drives Eros- Thanatos- aggressive drive “death instinct” Model of personality ID Basic drives Unconscious and demands immediate satisfaction Society opposes the id, which is why first word “no” Avoid frustration child must learn to approach world realistically Ego Person’s conscious efforts...
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  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
    in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. Beck was born on July 18, 1921 in Providence, Rhode Island. He is the youngest of five children. His mother, Elizabeth Temkin, became depressed after the loss of her two children, prior to Beck’s birth. Beck felt he was a replacement child for his only sister who...
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  • Urban American Indian Youth
    , and practice (pp. 393-410). New York: Kluwer. 2. Botvin, G. J., Epstein, J. A., Baker, E., Diaz, T., & Ifill-Williams, M. (1997). School-based drug abuse prevention with inner-city minority youth. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 6, 5-19. 3. Castro, F. G., Barrera, M...
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  • Research
    to improve the quality of assessment research. In order to overcome some of the more theoretical and philosophical issues with artbased instruments, Gantt’s (1986), Burt’s (1996), and McNiff’s (1998) views may provide some direction. Gantt (1986) examined alternative models for research design and...
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  • A Review of Coping Skills for Early Sexual Abuse Victims
    abuse victims. Theoretical Background Coping Competence Theory According to coping competence theory, current challenge encounters determine future life outcomes and competencies (Moreland & Dumas, 2008). This theory provides a model of the development of negative coping skills and the outcomes...
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  • Milan Family Model
    Milan Family Model Theoretical Intervention Milan Family Model Yolanda Massey Shaw University-Prof. Reed Abstract The Milan Model was formed in Milan, Italy in 1979 this model was used to change behaviors within families who had members that opposed counseling into a positive ideology...
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  • Health in Comminities
    of four-year-old Ben, according to the dimensions of health from the dimensions model of community health nursing as described in Clark (2008). h FEEDBACK See annexure A 52 Learning unit 7 The school-age child Outcomes When you have worked through this learning unit you will be...
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  • Child Abuse: Protecting Children from Abuse and Neglect
    victims to abuse. History/Background of topic Child Abuse and neglect is a very important topic because every year there are three million cases reported for child abuse and neglect by the states, in which only one in four reports was confirmed(Downs, Susan, Child Welfare and family services...
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  • Child Abuse Prevention Program Grant Proposal
    , self-esteem and anxiety. GEE logistic models will be chosen because we have multiple time points of data collection and GEE can take the correlation in measurement for each person into account. GEE logistic models will be built for several different child abuse outcomes from CTS-PC, including serious...
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  • Senior Paper Guidelines
    Ouimette Finny Moos (1997) Compare effectiveness of 12 step, Cognitive-behavioral, and combination of these approaches on substance abuse, legal, psychiatric, residential, and employment outcomes for adults. -12 step programs are more effective with patients dealing with substance related diagnosis...
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  • Student for Honours
    persistent violence among men: elaborating a side-by-side integrative model of four theoretical perspectives. Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance, Vol 2, p. 325-342. Kaufman, M. (2001). Building a movement of men working to end violence against women. Development, Vol 44(3), p. 9-14. Kenway, J...
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  • Sasasasa
    , C. (2006) Moving from blame to quality: How to respond to failure in child protection services. Child Abuse & Neglect, 30, 963-968. LAPORTE, T. & CONSOLINI, P. (1991) Working in practice but not in theory: Theoretical challenges of "high reliability organisations". Journal of Public Administration...
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  • The Extent at Which Peer Group Affect Students Academic Performance
    What Parents Need to Do (New York: Touchstone, 1996), p. 141, and H. Walter, R. Vaughn, and A. Cohall, "Comparison of Three Theoretical Models of Substance Abuse Among Urban Minority High School Students," Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Vol. 32 (1993), pp. 975...
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  • Abc Model of Intervention
    algorithms, that is, abuse as one out of four criteria and dependence as three out of seven criteria. Some adolescents who engage in relatively low levels of alcohol use meet criteria for an abuse diagnosis only because of arguments with their parents about alcohol use and may be considered to be...
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  • Ben Lawsons Ceo of Custom Febricators
    theoretical assumptions about the age effects of divorce (that the longer a child has been exposed to 13 divorce, the more disadvantage they experience) and overcomes some of the identification problems associated with fixed effects sibling models. A multilevel model is used because a mother may...
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  • Review For Exam 2
    at age 16, Rob and rape at age 22, and Commit fraud and child abuse at age 30 Risk factors center on individual vulnerabilities that were evident in early childhood Examples of risk factors for antisocial behavior may include Hyperactivity Autism Dyslexia Family adversity Poor discipline...
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  • Ideal Affect
    hypothesis, we conducted structural equation modeling on self-reports of actual and ideal affect in culturally diverse samples to compare two nested models: one that treated actual and ideal affect as two separate factors (e.g., actual HAP and ideal HAP) and another that treated actual and ideal...
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  • social work
    ) ‘The background of children who enter local authority care’, British Journal of Social Work, 19, pp. 349–68. Belsky, J. (1984) ‘The determinants of parenting: a process model’, Child Development, 55, pp. 83–96. Belsky, J. and Vondra, J. (1989) ‘Lessons from child abuse: the determinants of...
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  • Why We Suspend: Teachers’ and Administrators’ Perspectives on Student Suspensions
    reference as to how data can be tackled. Figure 1: Components of Data Analysis: Interactive Model From: Miles and Huberman (1994, p. 12) This model presents analysis as a continuous, iterative process involving four phases that constantly impact upon each other and are...
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