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Published on Jul 1, 2019in International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery1.96
V.K. Sharma1
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Vidya Rattan10
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+ 1 AuthorsP. Malhi1
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Abstract A comprehensive evaluation of treatment outcomes in paediatric temporomandibular joint (TMJ) ankylosis patients should include the assessment of quality of life (QoL) along with the traditional clinical indicators. This longitudinal retrospective descriptive study evaluated the impact on QoL of interpositional arthroplasty for the treatment of TMJ ankylosis in 18 patients between 8 and 10 years of age. The subjects completed the Child Perceptions Questionnaire (CPQ 8–10) while their par...
Published on Jan 1, 2019
Published on Jan 1, 2019
Paul Richard Smokowski1
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(KU: University of Kansas),
Caroline Bill Robertson Evans1
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(RIC: Rhode Island College)
This chapter provides an overview of roles inherent in the bullying dynamic and how these roles are related to peer social groups. Youth can be involved in the bullying dynamic as a bully, victim, bully-victim, or bystander. Sociometric status provides a window to view child and adolescent peer relationships and hierarchical group formation. A detailed discussion of sociometric status and its relationship to bullying is provided. An in-depth discussion of theoretical explanations for why bullyin...
Published on Dec 1, 2018in Sports Medicine - Open
Mikalyn T. DeFoor1
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(Georgia Regents University),
Lara M. Stepleman10
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(Georgia Regents University),
Paul C. Mann1
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(Georgia Regents University)
In comparison to their heterosexual peers, lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) student-athletes encounter substantial challenges during their intercollegiate and professional athletic careers including detrimental stereotypes, harassment, and discrimination. Such non-inclusive environments promoted throughout the current Western culture of sport are notably associated with higher incidences of mental health and substance use disorders among LGB athletes across youth, collegiate, and professional sp...
Published on Jan 1, 2018
Sandra Dowling5
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(UoB: University of Bristol),
Roy McConkey27
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(Ulster University),
Marlene Sinclair20
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(Ulster University)
Friendship plays an important role in the development of identity in adolescence. Amongst young people who have experienced an acquired brain injury, friendship can be seen as a key site in the reconstruction of identity. This chapter draws on research conducted with nine young people, all of whom had experienced a life-threatening brain injury. The research employed a creative approach to data collection, namely using collage to mediate a narrative method. The chapter draws on findings from the...
Agustín Ernesto Martínez-González7
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Cándido J. Inglés18
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+ 1 AuthorsVictoriano Ramos7
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Resumen es: En este articulo detallamos los estudios que hablan del papel clave de los amigos y los padres en el bienestar emocional, fisico, asi como en el rendimie...
Published on Sep 13, 2017
Delwyn Tattum1
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Eva Tattum1
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Published on Feb 1, 2017in Legal and Criminological Psychology1.76
Shannon E. Reid6
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(UNCC: University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Purpose The current study examines a subset of youth incarcerated within California's Division of Juvenile Justice who stated they had no close friends during their current period of confinement. As social isolation and peer rejection can have behavioural and developmental issues associated with it, this study examines this concept among an understudied population, incarcerated male youth. Method Utilizing official and interview data from 213 male youth who responded to an egocentric friendship ...
Published on Jan 1, 2017
Renae Beaumont1
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(NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital),
Jo Hariton (NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital)+ 2 AuthorsElisabeth Sheridan Mitchell (NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital)
Contemporary social skills training programs for children adopt a variety of teaching and skill generalisation techniques. These include didactic instruction, modeling, behavioural rehearsal, feedback and self-evaluation, behaviour management, assigning homework tasks, visual supports, caregiver and school staff involvement, and peer buddy programs. This chapter begins with an overview of these methods, including practical illustrations and the empirical basis of each. Latest technological innov...
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