Citations with the tag: AGGRESSION (Psychology) in adolescence
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- Disentangling the 'whys' from the 'whats' of aggressive behaviour.
Little, Todd D.; Henrich, Christopher C.; Jones, Stephanie M.; Hawley, Patricia H. // International Journal of Behavioral Development; Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p122
We examined the validity of a measurement system for the study of aggression that distinguishes among four principle dimensions of aggressive behaviour: overt and relational aggression (i.e., the "whats") and instrumental and reactive aggression (i.e., the "whys"). The sample comprised 1723...
- Tv bashed.
Little, Todd D.; Henrich, Christopher C.; Jones, Stephanie M.; Hawley, Patricia H. // Better Nutrition; Jul2002, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p20
Reports the relationship of television viewing in adolescence to violent behavior in the U.S. Effects of media violence on behavior; Adoption of aggressive behavior; Factors affecting the conduct of teen-ager.
- URBAN LEGENDS.
TIMPSON, ANT // Metro (NZ); Mar2011, Issue 351, p138
The article offers information on the growing aggression among teenagers in New Zealand.
- Title List.
TIMPSON, ANT // Youth with Eating Disorders: When Food Is an Enemy; 2008, p2
A list of books related to youth with mental, physical and social challenges is presented which include "Youth Coping with Teen Pregnancy: Growing Up Fast," "Youth Who Are Gifted: Integrating Talents and Intelligence" and "Youth with Aggression Issues: Bullying and Violence."
- Risk Factors and Behaviors Associated With Adolescent Violence and Aggression.
Valois, Robert F.; MacDonald, John M.; Bretous, Lena; Fischer, Megan A.; Drane, J. Wanzer // American Journal of Health Behavior; Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p454
Objective: To explore risk factors and behaviors associated with aggressive and violent behaviors among adolescents. Methods: A comprehensive review of research literature from various disciplines associated with improving the health and well-being of adolescents. Results: Risk factors and...
- Aggression and violence by school-age children and youth:...
Myles, Brenda Smith; Simpson, Richard L. // Intervention in School & Clinic; May98, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p259
Discusses issues on student aggression and violence in the United States. Information on the national survey conducted by pollster Louis Harris for the Harvard University School of Public Health; Possible reasons for increased student aggression and violence; Behavioral pattern exhibited by...
- Developing anger and aggression control in youth in...
Mundy, Jean // Parks & Recreation; Mar97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p62
Focuses on developing anger and aggression control programs in the public park and recreation systems for youths. What aggressive youths are skilled in; Examples of anger and aggressive control program content; Social skills for development in recreation and park settings.
- If this were my client, I would...
Lupton, Chester G. // Psychotherapy Letter; Mar95, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p6
Presents a case study of a teenage male who was referred for treatment by his mother for exhibiting aggressive behavior towards peers and family members. Family background; Problem of sexual abuse in other family members; Subject as a thoroughly therapized individual.
- Research: Massage Therapy Benefits Aggressive Adolescents.
Lupton, Chester G. // Massage Magazine; May/Jun2003, Issue 103, p126
Details the result of the study on impact of massage therapy on less aggressive attitude among adolescents. Use of the 10-item Aggression Questionnaire during the study; Correlation of anxiety to aggressive behavior; Effects of aggressive behavior on social interactions.
- Adolescent affective aggression: An intervention model.
Wells, Don; Miller, Mark J. // Adolescence; Winter93, Vol. 28 Issue 112, p781
Discusses an affective aggression model to form interventions that alter adolescent aggression. Statistics of aggressive behavior; R.G. Geen's theoretical model as basis; Functional affective aggression model; Interventions with model as basis.
- AN INTEGRATED SOCIAL LEARNING APPROACH TO THE TREATMENT OF AGGRESSIVE REACTIONS.
Schloss, Patrick J. // Education; Fall83, Vol. 104 Issue 1, p104
The present paper discusses a multifaceted social learning view of aggression management. Literature addressing the antecedents. related personal characteristics and consequences of aggression is highlighted. These potential intervention targets are integrated into treatment paradigm sensitive...
- The Angry Teenager.
Amlani, Alzak // India Currents; Dec2010/Jan2011, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p63
The article provides an answer to a question pertaining to the proper ways of handling a 15-year-old aggressive teenager.
- Dealing with aggressive students on-the-spot.
Berry, R. Ladson // Education Digest; Nov94, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p27
Provides tips on how to deal with angry students or adults. Awareness of signals of potential crisis behavior; Ways to respond verbally; Things to do when attacked by an angry person.
- Does brief Aikido training reduce aggression of youth?
Delva-Tauiliili, Jorge // Perceptual & Motor Skills; Feb95, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p297
Examines whether the Aikido a nonviolent Japanese martial art called Aikido effectively reduces aggressive behavior of preadolescent youth. Training of 21 boys in Aikido; Method of training; Measurement of teachers' perceptions of a child's practice of self-control.
- Once bullied, now bullies--with guns.
Mulrine, Anna // U.S. News & World Report; 05/03/99, Vol. 126 Issue 17, p24
Discusses the problem of bullying in schools in the United States. How the National School Safety Center has called bullying the most enduring and underrated problem in American schools; Results from various studies on bullies and bullying; Why teachers do a poor job of handling bullies.
- Do Video Games Lead to Violent Behavior in Children?
Walling, Anne D. // American Family Physician; 4/1/2002, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p1436
Presents an abstract of the study 'Video Games and Real-Life Aggression: Review of the Literature,' by L. Bensley and J. van Eenwyk, published in the October 2001 issue of the 'Journal of Adolescent Health.'
- DISPOSITIONS RELATED TO SENSITIVITY IN THE NEUROLOGICAL BASIS FOR ACTIVATION OF APPROACH-AVOIDANCE MOTIVATION, ANTISOCIAL ATTRIBUTES AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR.
Bj�rnebekk, Gunnar // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal; 2007, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p1251
During the last 30 years, social learning theory has been at the theoretical forefront of research on development of antisocial behavior. Only a few studies have focused on temperamental factors that underlie, determine, and maintain antisocial behavior. Some of these studies suggest that high...
- Pathways to Violent and Non-Violent Criminality in an Adolescent Psychiatric Population.
Kjelsberg, Ellen // Child Psychiatry & Human Development; Fall2002, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p29
In a Norwegian follow-up study of former adolescent psychiatric in-patients 222 patients who had committed violent crimes were compared to 287 patients who had committed non-violent crimes only. There were numerous significant differences between the criminal careers of violent and non-violent...
- The Role of Witnessing Violence, Peer Provocation, Family Support, and Parenting Practices in the Aggressive Behavior of Rural Adolescents.
Mazefsky, Carla A.; Farrell, Albert D. // Journal of Child & Family Studies; Mar2005, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p71
This study examined the influence of witnessing violence, peer provocation, family support, and parenting practices (monitoring and discipline) on aggression. Participants were 1,196 ninth graders at nine schools in poor, predominantly agricultural, rural communities who completed measures of...
- Picture Credits.
Mazefsky, Carla A.; Farrell, Albert D. // Youth with Aggression Issues: Bullying & Violence; 2008, p127
A list of the pictures of selected teenagers who are cited in the book "Youth With Aggression Issues: Bullying & Violence, 2008," by Kenneth McIntosh and Ida Walker is presented.
- EMOCIONES DE AGRESORES Y V�CTIMAS DE CYBERBULLYING: UN ESTUDIO PRELIMINAR EN ESTUDIANTES DE SECUNDARIA.
Ortega, Rosario; Elipe, Paz; Calmaestra, Juan // Ansiedad y Estr�s; Dec2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2/3, p151
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have generated new forms of communication. As in traditional communication scenarios, potentially harmful relational dynamics, such as intimidation and harassment between peers (cyberbullying), may develop in these scenarios. In addition, some of...
- Bullying, depression, and suicidal ideation in Finnish adolescents: school survey.
Kaltiala-Heino, Riittakerttu; Rimpela, Matti // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 08/07/99, Vol. 319 Issue 7206, p348
Presents information on a study which investigated the association between being bullied or being a bully at school, depression, and severe suicidal ideation among adolescents in Finland. Participants and methods; Results and discussion; Conclusion.
- AGGRESSION AMONG KOREAN ADOLESCENTS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN DELINQUENTS AND NONDELINQUENTS.
Hun-Soo Kim; Hyun-Sil Kim // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal; 2007, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p499
In this study family dynamics, personality, alcohol and drug abuse, coping strategies and sexual abuse in nondelinquent and delinquent adolescents were compared and a path model of aggression among Korean adolescents was constructed. Using a proportional stratified random sampling method, a...
- CARE Child and Adolescent Risk Evaluation: A Measure of the Risk for Violent Behavior.
Hun-Soo Kim; Hyun-Sil Kim // District Administration; Nov2003, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p64
Introduces the test kit called 'CARE Child and Adolescent Risk Evaluation: A Measure of the Risk for Violent Behavior,' from Research Press. Items included in the kit; Aim of identifying youths at risk of committing violence; Elements of the Case Management Planning Form; Price; Web site of...
- REEL to REAL?
Westrup, Hugh // Current Science; 3/17/2000, Vol. 85 Issue 13, p10
Scrutinizes the relationship between media violence and real-life violence in the United States. Reflection on the massacre at the Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado; Opposing opinions of various scientists on the influence of television violence on aggressive behavior in adolescence.
- Preventing Another Columbine: Scientific Approaches to
Youth Violence Focus of NYAS International Conference, April
23-26 at Rockefeller University.
Westrup, Hugh // Ascribe Newswire: Medicine; 4/19/2004, p13
Researchers in the field of neuroscience, biology, anthropology, and psychiatry have joined forces to examine the causes of adolescent violence from a public health perspective. To examine the roots of youth violence and discuss the latest strategies for preventing interpersonal violence among...
- A Comparative Investigation of the Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Group Practices and Psychodrama on Adolescent Aggression.
Karatas, Zeynep; G�k�akan, Zafer // Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice; Summer2009, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p1441
The aim of this research is to investigate whether cognitive-behavioral group practices and psychodrama decrease adolescent aggression. This is a quasi-experimental, pre-post and follow up study with two experiments and one control group. The Aggression Scale (Buss & Warren, 2000) adapted to...
- AGGRESSION LEVEL OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO HAVE DIFFERENT PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS.
Sahin, Ekrem Sedat; Korkut Owen, Fidan // Turkish Psychological Counseling & Guidance Journal; 2009, Vol. 4 Issue 32, p73
The article presents a study which examined the aggression level of high school students with different psychological needs in Kayseri, Turkey. The study unveiled the significant role of the common effects of independent variables on students' aggression points. It revealed that female students...
- Threats to Enabling Contexts: Exploring Adolescents' Experiences of Aggression.
Ludick, Quintin; Roos, Vers // Journal of Psychology in Africa; 2007, Vol. 17 Issue 1/2, p29
This article explores adolescents' experiences of aggression in a secondary, multi-cultural school context in South Africa. The study group comprised of boys (n=24) and girls (n=17), attending grades 8-12. An inductive qualitative research approach was chosen where participants wrote about their...
- Experiential applications in the aggressiveness-frustration dynamic in adolescents.
Golu, Florinda; Gatej, Emil-Razvan // Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy / Revista de PSIHOterapie ; Sep2012, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p2
As a "crisis" period, produced by the split from childhood, adolescence implies a series of freedom limitations that the young man experiences as a frustration or as an assault of his inherent rights to manifest as a personality. Firstly, this work aims at capturing the relation between...
- NEW THINKING ON EATING DISORDERS.
Bender, Michele; Doheny, Kathleen // Shape; Jun2000, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p50
Cites a new thinking on eating disorders from a study of adolescent girls published in the `Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry'. Aggressive behaviors of those who displayed eating disorders.
- Confronting Campus Bullies.
MYERS, VIRGINIA // Education Digest; May2012, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p45
An adaptation of the article "Confronting Campus Bullies: How Bullying Shows Up in the Halls of Academe, and What We Can Do About It," by Virginia Myers is presented, originally published in the November-December 2011 issue of the periodical "AFT On Campus."
- Teen Anger and Aggression.
Sahley, Billie J. // MMRC Health Educator Reports; 2010, p1
The article explores the factors which cause anger and aggressive behavior in some teenagers. Alterations of function in the limbic system of the brain is found to cause changes in emotional responses as rage and impulse control. Teens growing up in a dysfunctional home and those with low levels...
- Self-Management Training for Aggression in Adolescents.
Folsom-Meek, Sherry L.; Megginson, Nancy L. // Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly; Oct1996, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p420
Presents a digest of `The effect of a self-management training package on the transfer of aggression control procedures in the absence of supervision,' by H.A. Ninness, J. Ellis et al., from the 1995 issue of the periodical `Behavior Modification,' about self-management training for aggression...
- In Search of the Roots of Adolescent Aggression.
Sylwester, Robert // Educational Leadership; Sep99, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p65
Scrutinizes the biological basis of aggressive adolescent behavior to address problems on school violence. Explanation on the response system of human brain; Information on the developmental focus during childhood and adolescent stages; Factors from which aggressive behavior can be attributed. ...
- BESTIES: WHEN THREE'S A CROWD.
McCahon, Jessica // Dolly; Apr2004, Issue 402, p68
Focuses on friendship groups in teenage girls. Conflict of having three members in a group; Discussion on exclusion as a form of aggression in young girls; Comment from physician Janet Hall on the importance of communication in friendship.
- Thinking About the Future as a Way to Succeed in the Present: A Longitudinal Study of Future Orientation and Violent Behaviors Among African American Youth.
Stoddard, Sarah; Zimmerman, Marc; Bauermeister, Jos� // American Journal of Community Psychology; Dec2011, Vol. 48 Issue 3/4, p238
Previous research has linked higher levels of hopelessness about one's future to violent behavior during adolescence; however, little is known about this relationship over time for adolescents. Using growth curve modeling, we tested the association between future orientation and violent behavior...
- More Violent Young Offenders?
Embry, Dennis D. // Corrections Today; Dec2001, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p96
Explains the reasons for the increase in violence among youth offenders in the United States. Relation of depression to violence; Factors that combine to effect violent youthful offenders; Information on bipolar disorder; Role of lead exposure.
- BULLYING AND VICTIMIZATION: PREVALENCE AND RELATIONSHIP TO GENDER, GRADE LEVEL, ETHNICITY, SELF-ESTEEM, AND DEPRESSION.
Seals, Dorothy; Young, Jerry // Adolescence; Winter2003, Vol. 38 Issue 152, p735
This study investigated the prevalence of bullying and victimization among students in grades 7 and 8. It also explored the relationship of bullying and victimization to gender, grade level, ethnicity, self-esteem, and depression. Three survey instruments were used to obtain data from a...
- THE WISH TO DIE AND THE WISH TO COMMIT SUICIDE IN THE ADOLESCENT: TWO DIFFERENT MATTERS?
Manor, Iris; Vincent, Michel; Tyano, Sam // Adolescence; Summer2004, Vol. 39 Issue 154, p279
We shall try to demonstrate the difference between two wishes--the wish to die and the wish to commit suicide--as they express themselves during adolescence. First, death is seen as irreversible, while the suicidal act, at least during adolescence, is seen as reversible. While thoughts of...
- Young People's Aggressive Behavior in the Context of the Social Situation.
Drozdov, A. Iu. // Russian Education & Society; Jan2005, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p55
The article focuses on young people's aggressive behavior in the context of the social situation. Aggressive behavior by young people is one of the most urgent social problems. Rising violent crime among adolescents is being observed over the entire post-Soviet space. Scientists have singled out...
- Predictors of student defenders of peer aggression victims: Empathy and social cognitive factors.
Barchia, Kirstin; Bussey, Kay // International Journal of Behavioral Development; Jul2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p289
Despite wide recognition of the important role of student bystanders in influencing peer aggression in schools, little is currently known about what influences students to intervene in defense of peer aggression victims. This longitudinal study involving 1,167 primarily white adolescents (aged...
- Schooled in curbing his anger.
Barchia, Kirstin; Bussey, Kay // Community Care; 3/5/2009, Issue 1760, p22
The article presents a case study of a seven-year-old boy who had experienced chronic neglect as well as physical and sexual abuse. He was avoiding school and often wandering the streets. He was taken into foster care, but the family was struggling to cope with his aggressive and controlling...
- School Aggression and Dispositional Aggression among Middle
Ballard, Mary E.; Rattley, Kelvin T.; Fleming, Willie C.; Kidder-Ashley, Pamela // Research in Middle Level Education Online; 2004, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p2
We examined the relationship between dispositional (trait) aggression and administrative reports of school aggression among 100 adolescent male participants from an urban middle school. Aggression was fairly common among the sample; 58 boys had a record of school aggression, and many of those...
- Outcomes for Youths with Early- and Very-Early-Onset Bipolar I Disorder.
Jerrell, Jeanette M.; Prewette, Ervin D. // Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research; Jan2008, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p52
To examine differences between children and adolescents with bipolar I disorder in a public mental health system, medical records and computerized data files were reviewed for 82 newly admitted patients, focusing on documented diagnoses, clinical features, services and medications received, and...
- Aversive exchanges with peers and adjustment during early adolescence.
Vernberg, Eric M.; Ewell, Keith K. // Child Psychiatry & Human Development; Fall95, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p43
Examines the relationship between the frequency of four types of aversive exchanges with peers, disclosure and psychological distress in adolescents. Examining associations between parent reports of adolescent symptomatology and aversive encounters such as bullying or teasing; Talking about...
- Gender Differences in Reactive and Proactive Aggression.
Connor, Daniel F.; Steingard, Ronald J.; Anderson, Jennifer J.; Melloni Jr., Richard H. // Child Psychiatry & Human Development; Summer2003, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p279
The purpose of our investigation was to study gender differences in proactive and reactive aggression in a sample of 323 clinically referred children and adolescents (68 females and 255 males). Proactive aggression and reactive aggression were assessed using the Proactive/Reactive Aggression...
- Adolescents with Childhood ADHD and Comorbid Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Aggression, Anger, and Hostility.
Harty, Seth C.; Miller, Carlin J.; Newcorn, Jeffrey H.; Halperin, Jeffrey M. // Child Psychiatry & Human Development; Mar2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p85
This study examined the self-reported expression of overt aggressive behaviors and covert emotional and cognitive processes in adolescents diagnosed with ADHD and comorbid disruptive behavior disorders (DBDs) during childhood. Methods: Participants were a clinically referred sample of 85...
- Relationship of sport participation to sex role orientation and attitudes toward women among high...
Andre, Thomas; Holland, Alyce // Journal of Sport Behavior; Dec95, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p241
Compares sex role orientations and attitudes toward women of high school male and female non-athletes who competed in more aggressive sports, and athletes who competed in less aggressive sports in the United States. Stereotypical attitudes in athletes; Indication that level of aggressiveness in...
- Familial risks, conduct disorder and violence.
Ilom�ki, Essi; Viilo, Kaisa; Hakko, Helin�; Marttunen, Mauri; M�kikyr�, Taru; R�s�nen, Pirkko // European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; Feb2006, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p46
Presents information on a study which investigated the impact of familial risk factors on the development of violent behaviour and conduct disorder (CD) by gender in a sample of adolescent psychiatric patients. Risk factors for CD; Statistical methods; Definitions of violent behaviour and...