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  • Behavior
  • This study sought to identify predictors of sexual hookup behavior amid first-year college women using a prospective longitudinal sketch. (aise.info)
  • The next step is to examine how these contexts contribute to risky behavior taking in Black girls," said Sheretta Butler-Barnes , assistant professor in social work at Washington University and lead author of the study . (newsone.com)
  • youth
  • Based on the 1997 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, 28 percent of students who grew up in an intact married family received mostly A's, followed by students from intact cohabiting families (21 percent), single divorced parent families (18 percent), married stepfamilies (15 percent), cohabiting stepfamilies (11 percent), and always single parent families (9 percent). (marripedia.org)
  • Bullying in Youth - En. (oxfordre.com)
  • socioeconomic
  • Multiple common risk/protective factors, including family separation, family relationship quality, parental socioeconomic and mental health status, social relationships at school, and cultural acceptance, were noted. (jkacap.org)
  • Adolescents from single-parent families and cohabiting families are more likely to have low achievement scores, lower expectations for college, lower grades, and higher dropout rates than children from intact biological families (after controlling for other family socioeconomic factors). (marripedia.org)
  • school
  • One business has claimed claimed that provision of their sanitary pads in schools lead to a 75 percent decrease in school absenteeism among adolescent girls. (triplepundit.com)
  • According to the National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health (Waves I and II), high school students who live in intact married families have a higher average combined GPA in English and Math (2.9) than those in married stepfamilies, divorced families, or intact cohabiting families (2.6) and those in always single parent families or cohabiting stepfamilies (2.5). (marripedia.org)
  • 11) Adolescents in single-parent families, married stepfamilies, or cohabiting stepfamilies are more likely than adolescents in intact married families to have ever been suspended or expelled from school, to have participated in delinquent activities, and to have problems getting along with teachers, doing homework, and paying attention in school. (marripedia.org)
  • 12) Children and adolescents in intact married families are more likely to care about doing well in school, to do schoolwork without being forced, to do more than "just enough to get by," and to do their homework. (marripedia.org)
  • In our study, we found that feeling positive about being Black, and feeling support and belonging at school may be especially important for African-American girls' classroom engagement and curiosity," Butler-Barnes added. (newsone.com)
  • The statistical population comprised of all high school students studying at public high-schools in the Baharestan county, Tehran, Iran. (intjsh.com)
  • students
  • This study uses a large convenience sample of college students to investigate how college students assign responsibility when presented with two domestic violence scenarios that vary contextually. (oatd.org)
  • Hooking up has dated studied primarily among American college students and has received considerable attention in both the popular media e. (aise.info)
  • The University of Southern Maine's Recovery Oriented Campus Center (ROCC) offers students in recovery a uniquely integrated program, blending recovery services for substance use and mental health disorders. (eventrebels.com)
  • children
  • As a pediatrician going through training, you see a lot of children and families who face these challenges, and often we don't have medical prescriptions to recommend," said study author Dr. Molly Easterlin. (mylocalpharmacies.com)
  • About half of all American children experience one of these traumas and one-quarter experience two or more, according to the study authors. (mylocalpharmacies.com)
  • The programme functions upon the belief that children must be ensured a good education, nutritious food, great physical and mental health and plenty of opportunities to grow. (udayancare.org)
  • A committed team of care givers consisting of ' Mentor Parents ' that are lifetime volunteers, professional social workers and other child or mental health care professionals work together to provide the love, protection and guidance that children need to flower. (udayancare.org)
  • Program
  • The Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program in Zambia collected data from 5,241 girls in 2013 for a baseline study . (triplepundit.com)
  • Scientists and program providers have suggested a number of core human needs, attributes, and both personal and social assets that can facilitate adolescents' present well-being, reduce their risk-taking, and increase the likelihood of their successful future transitions. (nap.edu)
  • families
  • 2) Adolescents from non-intact families have lower scores than their counterparts in intact married families on math, science, history, and reading tests. (marripedia.org)
  • 3) Adolescents living in intact married families or married stepfamilies (with stepfathers) performed similarly on the Peabody Vocabulary Test, but adolescents living in single-mother families or in cohabiting stepfamilies (with their biological mother) did worse than those in intact families. (marripedia.org)
  • social
  • Adolescents with more personal and social assets in each of these areas have a greater chance of both current well-being and future success. (nap.edu)
  • Research shows that the more settings that adolescents experience reflecting these features, the more likely they are to acquire the personal and social assets linked to both current and future well-being. (nap.edu)
  • c) National Association of Social Workers and Oxford University Press USA, 2019. (oxfordre.com)
  • positive
  • Understanding how to characterize positive adolescent development was a fundamental aspect of the committee's work. (nap.edu)
  • and Chapter 4 explores what the daily settings and experiences of adolescents need to include in order to promote the acquisition of these assets and function as a positive developmental setting. (nap.edu)
  • What do the daily settings and experiences of adolescents need to include in order to promote the acquisition of these assets and function as a positive developmental setting? (nap.edu)
  • There are a variety of settings in which adolescents' can experience the opportunities needed for positive development. (nap.edu)
  • help
  • And, therefore, this can help them become more resilient," said Paluch, who co-authored an editorial accompanying the study. (mylocalpharmacies.com)
  • findings
  • The findings underscored the importance of using caution when arguing that CSREs are detrimental or harmless to the spiritual well-being of adolescents. (aise.info)
  • young
  • Telomeres are a good index of cellular aging," says study author Larry Tucker of Brigham Young University. (onebetteryou.com)
  • achieve
  • For hundreds of years, finding the true meaning of "good life" and how to achieve it has been the focus of the studies and thoughts of many philosophers ( 1 ). (intjsh.com)
  • Results
  • The results also highlight the importance of taking into account gender and forms of CSREs in tabooing and health interventions. (aise.info)
  • data
  • In chasing down the data to substantiate these claims I, and others, have been given small-scale qualitative studies and poorly designed quantitative studies - or we have just hit back holes and stone walls. (triplepundit.com)
  • level
  • A new study from her lab shows that a 20-minute moderate workout has measurable effects on the immune system: Participants were asked to walk or jog on a treadmill, depending on their fitness level. (lowcholesterolfoodsdietplan.com)
  • care
  • Regular health check ups, timely inoculations and a well-researched mental health care setup are in place at the Ghars, supplemented by accessible trauma informed care. (udayancare.org)