Citations with the tag: ANGER in children
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- Psycho-Educational Guidelines for the Use of Music in a Group Anger Management Programme for Children in Residential Care.
Kr�ger, Deirdr� // International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities; Jul2010, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p25
This study explored the utilisation of a music anger management technique as an effective therapeutic aid in addressing the problems that children in residential care have in managing and expressing their anger. A literature review provided evidence that music can be a helpful tool in teaching...
- "I'M MAD AT YOU!".
Harrington, Diane Benson // Parenting; Jun2005, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p146
Presents information on managing anger and aggression in children. Types of aggressive behavior displayed by infants and children; Advice on teaching the child about alternatives to violence; Tips on calming aggressive behavior in the child.
- Parents Ponder Academics vs. Character.
Harrington, Diane Benson // USA Today Magazine; Aug2004, Vol. 133 Issue 2711, p10
Presents information on the findings of a study indicating imbalance on the focus on academics and character development by parents when child-rearing. Increase in the incidents of rage and anger in children; Importance of balance in cognitive and social development. INSET: The Social Skills...
- Psychiatry and Psychiatric Disorders.
Harrington, Diane Benson // Current Medical Literature: Pediatrics; 2008, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p36
This section provides summaries of several research on child psychiatry and psychiatric disorders published in 2007. The first paper investigated whether basic motor skill deficits could account for the development of dyspraxia observed in children with autism. The second study evaluated whether...
- Importance of School Connectedness.
Rice, Marti // Pediatrics for Parents; Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 25 Issue 11/12, p20
The author discusses the advantages of school connectedness to protect adolescents from the negative consequences of unhealthy expression of anger and coping. It highlights the program Promoting Anger and Stress Management and Self Concept (PASS) which examines the role of school connectedness...
- Keep Cool! Strategies for Managing Anger at School.
Varty, Gina // CM: Canadian Review of Materials; 5/26/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 19, p16
This article reviews the book "Keep Cool! Strategies for Managing Anger at School," by Paula Galey.
- ANGER IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: PARENT'S PERSPECTIVE.
Ho, Betty P. V.; Stephenson, Jennifer; Carter, Mark // International Journal of Special Education; Jun2012, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p14
Anger related behaviours such as aggression are known to be an area of difficulty for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). A national internet forum for parents of children with ASD was selected out of other similar forums from six English speaking countries. Information about the...
- A Voice for the Young Child with an Incarcerated Parent.
Reckman, Lynne; Rothstein, Debra // Children's Rights Litigation; Winter2012, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p19
The article offers strategies in dealing with a young child with an incarcerated parent in the U.S. It stresses the need of children to have a simple and honest narrative of their life story, including the truth about their parent's absence in order for them to explore their feelings of sadness,...
- Aerobic Exercise Program Reduces Anger Expression Among Overweight Children.
Tkacz, Joseph; Young-Hyman, Deborah; Boyle, Colleen A.; Davis, Catherine L. // Pediatric Exercise Science; Nov2008, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p390
This study tested the effect of a structured aerobic exercise program on anger expression in healthy overweight children. Overweight sedentary children were randomly assigned to an aerobic exercise program or a no-exercise control condition. All children completed the Pediatric Anger Expression...
- No Dessert Forever!
Tkacz, Joseph; Young-Hyman, Deborah; Boyle, Colleen A.; Davis, Catherine L. // Publishers Weekly; 11/6/2006, Vol. 253 Issue 44, p61
The article reviews the book "No Dessert Forever!," by George Ella Lyon and illustrated by Peter Ckfalanotto.
Karre, MaryAnn // School Library Journal; Oct2010, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p49
The article reviews the DVD release of the educational film "Angry?" part of the Lesson Booster Series produced by Sunburst Media and distributed by Cerebellum.
- MANY UNSOUND WAYS: UNSOUND 8IE.
Molina, Armando; Edwards, Rem B. // Our Ways; 1997, p108
The article discusses the unsound 8IE personalities, wherein, children with this type of personalities encounter ridicule, abuse and outrage and try to control their behaviors through violence. It says that 8IE children reinforce their self-assurance by increasing their anger, asserting their...
- Little kid, big temper?
Howard, Jennifer // Parenting; Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p104
The article provides information on common anger triggers for toddlers and preschoolers, and gives advice for helping children control their emotions. For preschoolers, acknowledging the anger can be one of the surest ways to defuse it. At any age, being tired makes everything even worse. For...
- RETMAN RATIONAL STORIES VERSUS RATIONAL PARENTING PROGRAM FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: EFFICACY OF TWO FORMATS OF RATIONAL-EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY.
GAVIȚA, Oana A.; CĚLIN, Andreea // Journal of Cognitive & Behavioral Psychotherapies; Mar2013, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p33
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is considered the golden standard of psychotherapy for various child psychological problems. However, less is currently known about the best format to deliver CBT to children. The purpose of the current study was to investigate the efficacy of two formats of...
- ANGRY DRAGON (Book).
GAVIȚA, Oana A.; CĚLIN, Andreea // Kirkus Reviews; 9/1/2004, Vol. 72 Issue 17, p873
Reviews the book "Angry Dragon," by Thierry Robberecht, illustrated by Philippe Goossens.
- "I'm So Mad...!"
Sparrow, Joshua D. // Scholastic Parent & Child; Jun-Aug2005, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p51
The article presents suggestions to help a child understand and master angry feelings. Anger is a signal emotion. It usually mobilizes a response to danger, but it's also a form of self-expression and sometimes a child's way of declaring independence. It may seem obvious to adults, but a young...
- Temper, temper.
Sparrow, Joshua D. // Australian Parents; Aug/Sep2006, p78
The article discusses ways on how parents can manage their own feelings so they can teach their children to cope with anger. Parents should never threaten or walk away from a child who has tantrums for they need help to get control. Volatile parents make things worse, they should tell their kids...
- I Was So Mad! (Book Review).
Szabo, Charlotte Hope // School Library Journal; Dec74, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p39
Reviews the book 'I Was So Mad!,' by Norma Simon and illustrated by Dora Leder.
- Rages or Temper Tantrums? The Behavioral Organization, Temporal Characteristics, and Clinical Significance of Angry-Agitated Outbursts in Child Psychiatry Inpatients.
Potegal, Michael; Carlson, Gabrielle; Margulies, David; Gutkovitch, Zinoviy; Wall, Melanie // Child Psychiatry & Human Development; Dec2009, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p621
Angry, agitated outbursts (AAOs) are a common precipitant of children’s psychiatric hospitalization. In the hospital, AAOs present both management and diagnostic challenges, e.g., while they have recently been described as manic “rages”, older studies suggest that they may be exacerbated...
- Integrating Leadership Skills into Anger Management Groups to Reduce Aggressive Behaviors: The LIT Model.
Burt, Isaac; Patel, Samir H.; Butler, S. K.; Gonzalez, Tiphanie // Journal of Mental Health Counseling; Apr2013, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p124
Mental health counselors encounter numerous complex situations when working with children and adolescent's in anger management groups. This study promotes the use of Social Cognitive Theory to reduce cognitive distortions and aggressive behavior in youth. Specifically, it highlights Leadership...
- I Feel Mad.
Kraus, Daniel // Booklist; 4/1/2013, Vol. 109 Issue 15, p72
The article reviews the book "I Feel Mad," by Katie Kawa, part of the How Do I Feel? book series.
- Martha's Mad Day (Book Review).
Blos, Joan W. // School Library Journal; Dec77, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p44
Reviews the book 'Martha's Mad Day,' by Miranda Hapgood, illustrated by Emily McCully.
- Sometimes I'm Bombaloo (Book).
Ralston, Jennifer // School Library Journal; Oct2003, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p98
Reviews the book "Sometimes I'm Bombaloo," by Rachel Vail, illustrated by Yumi Heo.
- Ironman (Book).
Ralston, Jennifer // School Library Journal; Oct2003, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p99
Reviews the book "Ironman," by Chris Crutcher.
- Keesha's House (Book).
Ralston, Jennifer // School Library Journal; Oct2003, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p99
Reviews the book "Keesha's House," by Helen Frost.
- Mr. Rogers Neighborhood: What Do You Do with the Mad That You Feel?
Ostergard, Maren // School Library Journal; Jul2006, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p48
The article reviews the DVD "Mr. Rogers Neighborhood: What Do You Do with the Mad That You Feel?"
- I AM THOMAS.
Ostergard, Maren // Kirkus Reviews; 11/15/2011, Vol. 79 Issue 22, p2122
The article reviews the book "I Am Thomas," by Libby Gleeson, illustrated by Armin Greder.
- Rethinking Youthful Defiance.
Redl, Fritz // Reclaiming Children & Youth; Spring2007, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p33
Fritz Redl (1902�1988) originated the life space model of therapeutic intervention with children who display angry and defiant behavior.' His methods were honed by decades of direct work with highly aggressive youth. Redl observed that the same surface behavior could spring from very different...
- Helping Schoolchildren Cope with Anger: A Cognitive- Behavioural Intervention, Second Edition.
Lambert, Kerri // Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; 2012, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p73
The article reviews the book "Helping Schoolchildren Cope With Anger: A Cognitive-Behavioural Intervention," Second Edition by Jim Larson and John E. Lochman.
- Mood Swings and Rage.
Lambert, Kerri // Latitudes Online; 6/30/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p21
The article reports the successful use of nutrient therapy for treating rage, obsessive symptoms, and mood swings in children.
- What to Do With Your Feelings.
Bacher, Nancy // Family Advocate; Summer2007, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p12
The article focuses on the common feelings associated with a divorce. The author reflects that while parents are experiencing disturbing emotions after their divorce, they also must be aware that their children are also experiencing fear and grief over the loss of security. He presents a set of...
- ANLAŞMAZLIKLARIMIZI ÇÖZEBİLİRİZ: BİR ÇATIŞMA ÇÖZÜMÜ EĞİTİM PROGRAMI TANITIMI.
Akgün, Serap; Araz, Arzu // Dogus University Journal; 2010, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
This paper provides a description of We Can Resolve Our Conflicts education program designed to prevent and reduce aggression in elementary school students and an overview of its theoretical and empirical foundations. The program was based on the theories of empathy, anger control, social...
- C.A.G.E. the Rage.
Akgün, Serap; Araz, Arzu // School Library Journal; Apr2008 Curriculum Connection, Vol. 54, p49
The article reviews the educational program "C.A.G.E. the Rage," released on DVD format.
- A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Cognitive Behavioural Intervention for Anger Management in Children Diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome.
Sofronoff, Kate; Attwood, Tony; Hinton, Sharon; Levin, Irina // Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders; Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p1203
The purpose of the study described was to evaluate the effectiveness of a cognitive behavioural intervention for anger management with children diagnosed with Asperger syndrome. Forty-five children and their parents were randomly assigned to either intervention or wait-list control conditions....
- Learning Good Words for a Bad Mood.
Bateman, Teresa // School Library Journal; Mar2008, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p79
The article reviews the DVD release of the educational video "Learning Good Words for a Bad Mood," from Human Relations Media.
- Chapter 10: From the Mouths of Babes.
REYNOLDS, LISA RENÉ // Still a Family: A Guide for Good Parenting Through Divorce; Feb2009, p235
Chapter 10 of the book "Still a Family: A Guide for Good Parenting Through Divorce" by Lisa Rene Reynolds is presented. It focuses on some of the common emotional reactions of children to divorce which the author gathered directly from them. These include grief and feeling of loss, anger and...
- How do ADHD children perceive their cognitive, affective, and behavioral aspects of anger expression in school setting?
Ghanizadeh, Ahmad; Haghighi, Habib Bagherpour // Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Mental Health; 2010, Vol. 4, p1
Background: Anger is an ignored research area in children and young adolescents with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the school setting. This study compares school anger dimensions in children and young adolescents with ADHD and a control group. Methods: The subjects were a...