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- 3Tze, Man Chung
- 2Abbott, Jodi L.
- 2Ackerman, Kathleen A.
- 2Alexander, Jane.
- 2Andrews, Jac
- 2Angus, Nanna Maria.
- 28Interpersonal relations
- 21Adolescent psychology
- 20Learning, Psychology of
- 19Cognition in children
As children are now growing up with and around computers and digital technologies, their experiences using these technologies differ from their parents’. This study examines how young Somali children and their parents experience using technology and computers, while seeking to understand...
Hope is recognized as an important aspect of human growth, change and wellbeing (Erikson, 1964, 1968, 1985; Turner, 2005). Hope has been defined as the anticipation that one’s future will be both meaningful and desirable (Stephenson, 1991) and is acknowledged as essential to daily life (Erikson,...
Bullying has been a topic of educational research within schools for many years (Olweus, 1978; Mah, Stewin & Mah, 2001). Yet, despite its focus within schools, little is known about this social problem as it relates to teacher bullying behaviors. The current study investigates the occurrence of...
Former foster youth often experience an array of serious challenges during their young adult years. Problems such as homelessness, school drop-out, and mental health and drug problems have been attributed to the requirement that foster youth lose their supports from child welfare as they approach...
The purpose of the research study was to inquire into the experiences of youth who leave school before graduating with a high school diploma. Through the narrative inquiries into the life and school stories of the participants, several threads are identified, providing opportunity for further...
"You meant to do that:" Examining reactive and proactive aggression and their relations to social and emotional correlatesDownload
This study investigated the relations between teacher-rated reactive and proactive aggression and self-ratings of peer intimacy, peer group integration, inhibition of anger and coping with anger in children in grade 4 to grade 6 (n = 519). Grade and gender differences in the study variables were...