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- 3Tze, Man Chung
- 2Abbott, Jodi L.
- 2Ackerman, Kathleen A.
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- 2Andrews, Jac
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- 28Interpersonal relations
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Who is More Likely to Self-Injure? Exploring the Risk and Protective Factors for the Engagement of NSSI Among Sexual and Gender Minority YouthDownload
Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) youth have been identified as a high-risk group for those who engage in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). However, there has been little research in understanding the nature of self-injury among SGM youth. This thesis aims to explore the demographics of SGM youth...
What’s your ‘sext’ drive? Examining female emerging adults’ experiences of sharing visual sexual content through communication technologiesDownload
Sexting describes transmitting sexual material through communication technologies such as cell phones. Despite the commonplace nature of sexting among young people and the popularity of the topic in the media, few studies have examined sexting from the perspectives of young people. This...
What I Want My Teachers to Know: The Lived Experiences of Adolescents with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisorderDownload
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a diagnostic term used to describe impacts resulting from alcohol exposure during prenatal development. Individuals with FASD have strengths they can use in and out of the classroom, yet much of the current FASD literature has largely focused on personal...
What I Do, Think, and Know about Social-Emotional Learning: Pre-Service Teachers’ Relationship Skills, Attitudes, and Perceived KnowledgeDownload
When implemented effectively by teachers, social-emotional learning (SEL) teaches students the skills needed to recognize and regulate their emotions and behaviour, manage relationships, and make decisions that promote success. Researchers have found that teachers’ relationship skills, attitudes...