• Literature Review
    Warning Signs There are several types of child abuse; the main element that ties them together is the emotional effect on the child. Children need structure, boundaries and knowledge that their parents are paying attention and looking out for their safety. Child that abused cannot predict how their parents...
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  • The Relationship of Interpersonal Stressor and Psychological Distress among Homosexual Adolescent in Metro Manila
     The Relationship of Interpersonal Stressor and Psychological Distress among Homosexual Adolescent in Metro Manila A Research Paper Presented to The College of Arts, Sciences and Technology De La Salle Araneta University Malabon, Metro Manila In Partial Fulfillment of the...
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  • Teenage Depression
    DEALING WITH ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION More than 60 percent of teens never get help with depression even though they can be assisted to overcome it successfully. Parenting depressed teens is one of the most trying tasks; at the same time parental therapy is also the best therapy to bring out the child out of...
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  • Psychoanalytic Theories
    Psychoanalytic Theories Psychoanalytic theory refers to the definition and dynamics of personality development which emphasizes the presence of hidden motives and unconscious desires that affects the behavior. I. Freudian Psychoanalytic Approach Considered to be the most famous personality theorist...
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  • Psychosocial Examinination in Schizophrenia
    Abstract This research paper examines the cinematic biographical adaptation of musical child prodigy David Helfgott. The paper will examine Helfgott during the following four stages of psychosocial development based on the psychosocial theory of Erik Erikson: Middle childhood (6-12), Early adolescence...
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  • Cycle of Life
    description of each familial experience faced, the factors affecting them, and the survival efforts to maintain family stability. This will include mental, physical, social, and emotional factors influencing their environment. An overview of each stage is as follows: v Infancy (Birth - 1 year) Trust vs. mistrust...
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  • Tv Effects
    but to what effect? Significance 1. Advertisers spend more than $12 billion annually to cater commercials to children. The average American child watches more than 40,000 television commercials per year, and their ability to recall commercials is extremely strong. Studies show that children only...
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    brProfessional Practice Board Obesity in the UK: A psychological perspective Obesity Working Group 2011 Chair: Dr J.A. Waumsley Acknowledgements It has been my great pleasure to Chair the BPS Working Group on Obesity. A great deal of excellent work has been conducted by experienced specialists...
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  • lgbtqparenting
    Adoption 4.2 Marriage 4.3 Trans parenting 5 See also 6 References 7 External links Forms of LGBT parenting Male same-sex couple with a child. LGBT people can become parents through various means including current or former relationships, coparenting, adoption, foster care, donor insemination...
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  • Academic Stress
    feelings of anxiety, depression, and fatigue (Fuligni & Hardway, 2006). Longitudinal studies show an increasing pressure placed on children and adolescents in terms of expected time spent on school and school-related work, which could result in less time for things like extracurricular activities,...
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  • Child Abuse
    ARTICLE Child Sexual Abuse: Consequences and Implications Gail Hornor, RNC, MS, PNP ABSTRACT Sexual abuse is a problem of epidemic proportions in the United States. Given the sheer numbers of sexually abused children, it is vital for pediatric nurse practitioners to understand both short-term and...
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  • Physical activity
     Physical activity interventions to reduce childhood obesity in developed Countries [Student Name] [Institute Name] Physical activity interventions to reduce childhood obesity in developed countries ABSTRACT The ever increasing childhood obesity and its results are unstoppable...
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  • Individuals Development
    e r o s n o p S Adapted with permission from: “Child and Adolescent Resource Book”, The Center for Child and Family Studies, College of Social Work, University of South Carolina “Child Development Milestones”, The Northern California Children and Family Services Training Academy...
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  • Anorexia Nervosa 8
    disorder of self-starvation, which manifests itself in an extreme aversion to food and can cause psychological, neurological, physiological, sociological and behavioral problems. It almost exclusively affects adolescent girls, with symptoms involving a refusal to eat, large weight loss, a bizarre preoccupation...
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  • Social Cosmos
    Social Cosmos – URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-101272 Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescent Girls: A Culture-Bound Disorder of Western Society? Elizabeth N. Hopton Abstract Drawing upon the present body of epidemiological and etiological research on anorexia nervosa (AN) this review paper investigates the role...
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  • Child Abuse: Physical, Sexual, Emotional, and Neglect
    In America, child abuse kills more children 4 years of age or younger than choking, suffocation, accidental falls, or fires in the home(Child Abuse.) The epidemic of child abuse has escalated in the last thirty years and is often neglected, ignored, and misinterpreted. In this paper the four different...
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  • (Unedited) Preparedness of Teenage Primipara Mothers
    Primipara Toward Caring of Newborn in Selected Hospital in Batangas City Teenage years belong to adolescence which is considered a time of identity versus role confusion as Erick Erikson stated (Videbeck, 2008). Adolescence is one of the most confusing times in a person's life. It is that period when...
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  • Bullying and How It Affects the Development of Children
    Bullying and How it Affects the Development of Children Aaron Alexander Patton University of the Fraser Valley PSYC 250 – Developmental Psychology October 18, 2010 Abstract In one point of history, not too long ago, bullying was considered normal in schools and was just considered...
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  • Normative Development
    Theories of development emerged and have continued throughout history, providing organization, and “a lens through which researchers can interpret and explain any number of specific facts or observations” (Sigelman & Rider, 2012, p. 32). In postulating what is seen as ‘normative’ development, these theories...
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  • Fsw381 Final Study Guide
    Family Studies 381 Final Study Guide November 3, 2010: Self Esteem Presentation (see attached worksheet) Encouraging Positive Sex Role Development • Gender typing o When children learn how they are “supposed to act” as a male or female • Gender Schema o Theory...
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