Keating, Lisa M.; Tomishima, Michelle A.; Foster, Sharon; Alessandri, Michael
December 2002
Adolescence;Winter2002, Vol. 37 Issue 148, p717
Academic Journal
Examines an intensive mentoring program that focuses on youth deemed at-risk for juvenile delinquency or mental illness. Overview of the improvement in problematic behaviors for the intervention group; Ways in assessing internal and external behaviors; Information on the Piers-Harris self-report questionnaire.


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