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Research and Treatment for Aggression With Adolescent Girls

Mellen Studies in Social Work (Mellen Studies in Social Work, V. 5)

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adolescents,
  • Child & developmental psychology,
  • Educational psychology,
  • Women"s studies,
  • Violence in adolescence,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapy - Child & Adolescent,
  • Aggressiveness in youth,
  • Aggressiveness in adolescence,
  • Teenage girls

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAnne L. Cummings (Editor), Alan Winfield Leschied (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8078205M
    ISBN 100773469532
    ISBN 109780773469532

    Teenage Aggression: The Facts. Teenage aggression is surprisingly common. A study by Parentline Plus, a parenting charity, found that 60% of calls to the charity’s helpline between October and June were about verbal aggression from a teenager. Nearly one third, 30%, of calls were about physical aggression. Some may believe that enhanced mixed gender treatment response for boys necessitates treatment delivery in mixed gender settings. However, research argues that when girls display gender atypical behavior, such as noncompliance, the social ramifications are worse than for boys, for whom disruptive behavior is more gender-typical. Therefore, the single gender setting could offer a more critical impact for girls than for boys Cited by: 5.

    Information and resources for effective prevention, treatment, and public policy regarding youth with problem sexual behavior. It’s not the stork; A book about girls, boys, babies, bodies, families, and friends. Cambridge: Candlewick Press. Ten years of longitudinal research on U.S. adolescent sexual behavior: Developmental correlates. Psychological investigation into aggressive behavior continues, with significant corrolary studies being performed in endocrinology—to determine whether hormonal imbalances have an impact on behavior—and in primate research. Each theory may be accurate in part, since aggression is believed to have a number of determining factors.

    Skillstreaming the Adolescent employs a four-part training approach—modeling, role-playing, performance feedback, and generalization—to teach essential prosocial skills to adolescents. This book provides a complete description of the Skillstreaming program, with . Aggression in Adolescents: Strategies for Educators BY JIM LARSON, PHD, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater and The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment Middle school and high school educators know that it comes with the territory: Sooner or later, a fight will break out between students.


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Research and Treatment for Aggression With Adolescent Girls Download PDF EPUB FB2

The essays consider various studies on the reasons, behaviors, treatment, prevention, and recommendations for future research on aggression in teenage girls. The studies, which utilize statistics and studies, many made in Canada, are written with social services applications in mind.

The volume is not by: 8. This comprehensive volume reviews and synthesizes a vast body of knowledge on maladaptive aggression and antisocial behavior in youth. Written from a clinical-developmental perspective, and integrating theory and research from diverse fields, the book examines the origins, development, outcomes, and treatment of this serious problem in contemporary by: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm.

Contents: Correlates of aggression with adolescent girls / Alan W. Leschied [and others] --Experiences of violence among adolescent girls / Carrier Traher Arnold, Alan W. Leschied --Aggressive adolescent girls: a qualitative analysis of their verbal and physical aggression.

After decades of neglect, researchers have begun to focus attention on the development and outcomes of girlhood aggression. This comprehensive volume provides an account of some of the pioneering research in the field. The knowledge provided by the authors can inform practioners with troubled girls, their families, and support systems.

—AdolescenceFormat: Hardcover. PDF | On Feb 2,Sue Hoffman and others published Treating Aggression in High-Risk Adolescent Girls: A Preliminary Evaluation | Find, read and cite all the research.

Female Adolescent Aggression: A Review of the Literature and the Correlates of Aggression1 1This report was provided to the Solicitor General of Canada under contract number UNI The support of Dr.

Jim Bonta, Chief, Corrections Research of the Ministry, is greatly appreciated. Aggression in adolescents: characteristics and treatment. (PDF Available) in Srpski arhiv za celokupno lekarstvo Suppl 1(suppl.

Vulnerability of young people and frustration of their basic biological, emotional, cognitive and social needs can induce a series of psycho-pathological manifestations, including aggression. children and adolescents (including cognitive behavioral treatments, such as problem solving and anger management training), have helped reduce behavioral problems and aggression in children and adolescents.

Treatment outcome research indicates that a combination of interventions for both parents and youth may be the most effective. The purpose of this study was to compare the Aggression in boys with girls. A group of adolescents (50 boys & 50 girls), aged 14 – 16 years recruited to participate in the study.

The data were collected using Aggression Scale by Mathur and Bhatnagar ().To test the hypothesis ‘t’ test was calculated.

Result showed that there was a. Abuse and Trauma Treatment Unit. He has over nine years of clinical experience work-ing with victims of sex abuse, children with sexual behavior problems, and children and adolescents who have engaged in sexually abusive behaviors.

Grant received a BS with duel majors in psychology and social work from Weber State University inFile Size: KB. Background. Aggression and violence among children and adolescents are of worldwide public health importance [].Aggression is a common reason for referrals to child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) [].Referred children may have higher frequency and severity of aggression compared with non-referred peers [].CAMHS professionals are often asked to Cited by: 4.

Thus, π0ij is the total aggression score of child ij at π1ij is the linear slope for aggression for child ij, and π2ij is the quadratic slope for child ij. The level-2 models (2) denote differences between individuals within clusters, and they are used to predict the parameters from the level-1 by:   Cognitive Variables Associated with Aggression in Adolescent Girls.

Despite the emphasis given to the theoretical context of social information processing and aggression in studies with girls under the age of 12 years, there appears not to be a similar emphasis in the adolescent literature on the association of cognitive variables with aggression.

This study was designed to examine coping strategies for relational aggression. Ninety-eight female middle- and high-school students completed the Revised Ways of Coping Scale (Folkman & Lazarus, ) and reported characteristics of a relational aggressive act of which they were the victim and characteristics of their friendship before and after the by: problems and aggression in children and adolescents.

Treatment outcome research indicates that a combination of interventions for both parents and youth may be the most effective. Parent involvement. Even with adolescents, parents should participate in intervention programs when their teenager displays significant aggressive behavior.

ForFile Size: 3MB. Treating Child and Adolescent Aggression Through Bibliotherapy: Offers research-based guidelines for treating aggression in children and adolescents.

Provides an integrative approach to treating aggressive children and youth to more fully address the complex nature of antisocial behavior. Two more programs "Social Aggression Prevention Program" (Cappella & Weinstein, ) and "Sisters of Nia" (Belgrave et al., ) were designed to reduce adolescent girls' use of relational.

Aggression and Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents: Research and Treatment by Daniel Connor New York, NY, The Guildford Press,pp, $ Russell Barkley, in his foreword for this book, says that “the field of maladaptive aggression in children and adolescents.

An Empirical study of adolescent dating aggression in the U.K. MYRA J. HIRD. The present study provides one of the first empirical investigations of adolescent dating aggression (ADA) in Britain. The survey found almost half of sampled boys, and more than half of sampled girls, experienced psychological, physical and/or sexual Size: KB.

Aggression Replacement Training: Third Edition/Revised and Expanded. Originally developed by Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein and Dr. Barry Glick, Aggression Replacement Training (ART) is now revised and updated to reflect over 30 years of use in schools.

Aggression is a behavior that may causes harm to self as well as others, it may be emotional, physical, verbal or non-verbal.

It is a more troubling issue and great concerned to parents and other Author: Sunil Zaka.In this review, we will: systematically explore the evidence regarding medications for the treatment of aggression in children and adolescents with primary or secondary diagnosis of CD; investigate whether there is evidence to suggest which drugs may be more effective when there are also CU traits and in the various subtypes of by: Research is challenged by basic questions such as how to define aggression; how it is different from antisocial behavior on the one hand and violent behavior on the other.

Many children and adolescents engage in antisocial behavior but far fewer engage in aggressive or violent acts: the developmental trajectories of these two groups appear Cited by: 3.