Citations with the tag: ANGER in children
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- Frustration busters.
Koontz, Katy // Parenting; Apr98, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p173
Focuses on controlling anger in children. Comments from James Windell a psychologist and author of `Children Who Say No When You Want Them to Say Yes'; Alternatives to dealing with anger; How to help children through anger.
- Provoked by a peer: Children's anger-related responses and their...
Murphy, Bridget C.; Eisenberg, Nancy // Merrill-Palmer Quarterly; Jan96, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p103
Examines in detail children's angry conflict incidents with peers. Causes of their anger, their goals and strategies; Relations of anger-related internal and behavioral reactions to children's social functioning.
- My OTT Day.
Peckham, Lori // Winner; Feb2008, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p8
A writing activity about controlling anger is presented.
- Getting out the angries.
Benvenuto, Christine // Mothering; Nov/Dec99, Issue 97, p36
Describes the experiences of parents in dealing with a child who is constantly angry. INSETS: You;The Servant.
- `I hate you!'.
Winik, Marion // Working Mother; Oct99, p128
Presents tips for parents on how to deal with the anger of very young children. Children as not understanding the implications of angry words; Feelings of hatred as short-lived; Importance for parents to control their response; Sharing of pain; Children's need for physical ways to vent their...
- Handling "I Hate You!".
Beam, Cris // Parenting School Years; Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p110
The article discusses strategies parents can use to deal with a five- to six-year old child's use of inflammatory language when he or she is angry.
- Anger Management.
Leopold, Allison Kyle // Current Health 1; Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p24
Provides anger management tips for children. INSETS: Does Anger Make You Stupid?;Diaphragmatic Breathing.
- Everyone Gets Mad.
Leopold, Allison Kyle // Scholastic Parent & Child; Sep2010, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p131
The article offers suggestions for parents on how they can help their children to deal with anger which include teaching them problem-solving techniques, teaching them to communicate their feeling of anger and helping them to find humor in tense situation.
- Dealing with children's anger.
Meyerhoff, Michael K. // Pediatrics for Parents; 1994, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p8
Gives tips to parents on dealing with a child's anger. Parents as target of child's feelings; Reality of a child's anger; Need for child to convey discontent constructively; Child's limited attention span and memory capacities; Anticipation of problems; Developmental considerations.
- Anger Management: Immediate Intervention by Counselor Coach.
Besley, Kate R. // Professional School Counseling; Dec99, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p81
Investigates the use of anger management interventions during anger-provoking situations in elementary school children. Discussion of anger management counseling; Development of responses to an angry situation; Ways of assessing the progress of students in anger management.
- How to keep anger from getting out of control.
Besley, Kate R. // Current Health 1; Dec98, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6
Outlines the steps that can help children control their temper. Manifestations of anger; Factors that trigger anger; Comments from therapist Roberta MacDonald.
- Psychiatric inpatient children's family perceptions and anger expression.
Kashani, Javad H.; Canfield, Lori A. // Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders; Jan1995, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p13
Examines the relationship between children's perceptions of family functioning and their reported styles of anger expression. Pediatric Anger Expression Scale-3 (PAES-3); Family strengths; Family adaptability and cohesion; Social support.
- Self-reported differences in the experience and expression of anger between girls and boys.
Buntaine, Roberta L.; Costenbader, Virginia K. // Sex Roles; May97, Vol. 36 Issue 9/10, p625
Presents information on the emotion of anger in gender differences focusing on elementary-aged school children. How the emotion of anger was studied; Information on a self-report questionnaire that was given between boys and girls; Outcome of the self-report between boys and girls.
- Defusing the angry child.
Murphy, Timothy F.; Stuart, Elaine // State Government News; Apr2001, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p10
Discusses approaches to recognize and deal with angry children in order to curb youth violence. Statistics on violence in the United States; Characteristics found in angry children; Criteria for government programs aimed at reducing youth violence.
- what did Mommy do that made you mad?
Murphy, Timothy F.; Stuart, Elaine // Parenting Early Years; Apr2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p45
The article presents quotes from children on what their mothers do that made them mad.
- What to do with the angry toddler.
Green, Morris; Sullivan, Paula D.; Eichberg, Carolyn G. // Contemporary Pediatrics; Aug2001, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p65
Discusses the case of toddlers referred for worrisome displays of anger. Clinical manifestations; Diagnosis; Risk factors in children and in the family; Management approaches; Role of pediatricians in evaluating and managing the condition; Preventive strategies.
- Dealing with Angry Students: A Qualitative Study with Implications for School Counselors.
Leseho, Johanna // Professional School Counseling; Dec99, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p91
Assesses the viability of using metaphorical exploration to help teachers and school counselors understand and deal with angry students in elementary schools. Beliefs and feelings of students about anger; Relationship between narratives and metaphors; Influence of an angry student on the...
- PARENTS SHOULD USE 'TIME-OUT' JUDICIOUSLY.
Leseho, Johanna // USA Today Magazine; Jan2001, Vol. 129 Issue 2668, p6
Discusses the use of the time-out method in the discipline of children. Advantages and disadvantages of using the time-out method; Precautions in using the method as a form of punishment for children; How to teach a child to manage anger.
- Ask Supernanny.
Frost, Jo // Woman's Day (Australian Consolidated Press); 1/16/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p69
The article offers advice to a pregnant mother of two young boys aged six and four on dealing with her eldest son who refuses to listen to her and always answers back. Details of how the mother should respond to the anger of her child are outlined. The ways to teach a child that conversation has...
- That bites!
Passell, Lauren // Parenting; Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p121
The article explains that biting is a way some toddlers express anger. To deal with the child who bites, the parent needs to say no immediately and if she bit another child, show her the right way to act by caring for him. Also, a parent could give the child other ways to express herself, so she...
- Learning Curve.
Tutelian, Louise // Working Mother; Aug/Sep2002, p79
Presents tips for overworked parents in taking care of children. Number of sleeping hours needed by children depending on age; Importance of understanding the cause of preschool anger; Advice on parents to talk with children about clothing matters.
- Modeling of anger/hostility control with preadolescent type A girls.
Normand, Dominique; Robert, Michele // Child Study Journal; Dec90, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p237
Explores the possibility of teaching preadolescent Type A girls to control anger/hostility reactions as a preventive measure in lowering their level of coronary-prone behavior. Explanations for the absence of a training effect.
- Creative Discipline.
Kramer, Pamela S. // Parenting; Feb2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p140
Provides tips for parents on how to control the anger of children and prevent them from getting physically violent. Let children list their bad behavior; Talk repeatedly to kids until they remain calm; Create chores and responsibilities; Reprimand children by taking away their privileges.
- Teach Your Child to Handle anger.
Frank, Christina // Parenting; Mar2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p118
Provides parenting tips for teaching toddlers how to handle anger. Illustrative examples; Response to angry toddlers; Limits of a preschooler's temper.
- Get a Grip.
Frank, Christina // Know Your World Extra; 11/3/2006, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p14
The article presents tips for children on how to manage anger in a positive way. Some people lose control when they are angry. Some may do things that hurt others or might say things that they will regret later. One should learn to control their temper, for anger is not an excuse for violence or...
- The Child Who Seems ANGRY.
Greenberg, Polly // Early Childhood Today; Oct2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p14
Presents tips on how a teacher can help a child manage anger and frustration. Consideration of the classroom climate and schedule; Assistance of the child in dealing with altercations and other incidents in a nonviolent way; Avoidance of lecturing the child.
- Interpersonal and Achievement Orientations and Specific Stressors Predicting Depressive and Aggressive Symptoms in Children.
Little, Stephanie A.; Garber, Judy // Cognitive Therapy & Research; Dec2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p651
This prospective study of 486 fifth and sixth grade children examined the contributions of interpersonal (Neediness and Connectedness) and achievement (Self-Criticism and Individualistic-Achievement) orientations, specific stressors, and their interactions to the prediction of depressive...
- Anger management.
Reece, Tamekia // Parenting; May2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p122
The article offers advice on managing a child's anger. Figure out what sets a child off. If 30 minutes of shopping makes him grumpy, for instance, do not push him to go longer. Grab a child's hands as he strikes and firmly say "No." Say that hitting is not okay, but it is all right to feel...
- ANGER AGAINST CHILDREN.
Bly, Robert // Social Alternatives; Oct93, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p22
The article presents the poem "Anger Against Children," by Robert Bly. First Line: Mist drifts over the thruway approaches. Last Line: The time of manifest destiny is over, the time of grief has come.
- ANGER MANAGEMENT AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION: A Holistic Solution.
Levinson, Martin H. // ETC: A Review of General Semantics; Apr2006, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p187
Discusses the use of general semantics in anger management and violence prevention in children. Two theories that explain the cause of anger in children; Irrational beliefs that can lead to anger and approach that can be used to counter them; Benefits of the Respect and Protect Violence Program...
- 20 questions for pediatric evaluation.
Levinson, Martin H. // Patient Care; 3/15/1993, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p146
Presents several interview questions to ask parents and children for pediatric evaluation. Cause of the health problem; Condition in the family; Effect of the illness on the schooling of a child; Causes of the anger of children.
- Media reviews.
Lurie, H. James // Community Mental Health Journal; Aug95, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p407
Reviews the videotape `Approaches to Angry Children and Adolescents,' produced by H. James Lurie.
- Ferocious Sarah (Book Review).
Bickel, Jane; Gerhardt, Lillian N.; Pollack, Pamela D.; Holtze, Sally Holmes; Harman, Ella J. // School Library Journal; Dec80, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p41
Reviews the book 'Ferocious Sarah,' by Ethel Mitchel Benson.
- Anger and Irritability Symptoms among Youth with ODD: Cross-Informant Versus Source-Exclusive Syndromes.
Gadow, Kenneth; Drabick, Deborah // Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology; Oct2012, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p1073
We examined differences in co-occurring psychological symptoms and background characteristics among clinically referred youth with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) with and without anger/irritability symptoms (AIS) according to either parent or teacher (source-exclusive) and both informants...
- Calming the Tempest: Helping the Explosive Child/When Tempers Flare: A Guide to Understanding and Managing Anger.
Eimer, Marianne // Library Journal; 11/1/2004, Vol. 129 Issue 18, p127
Reviews two video recordings. "Calming the Tempest: Helping the Explosive Child"; "When Tempers Flare: A Guide to Understanding and Managing Anger".
- Songs for peacemakers.
Eimer, Marianne // NEA Today; Feb98, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p20
Presents the `Songs for Peacemakers' program for children that teaches peacemaking, anger management and tolerance skills. Three parts of the program; Benefits of the program to children; Members of National Education Association (NEA) that reviews the program.
- your letters.
Dublin, Tara; Skolnik, Deborah // Parenting School Years; Jan2010, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p25
Letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including a request for an article on single mothers and "Mad at Dad, Part 2" in the October 2010 issue.
- The Day Clarence Was Angry As a Lion.
Peasley, Rosie; Mandell, Phyllis Levy // School Library Journal; May91, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p62
Reviews the children's video recording "The Day Clarence Was Angry As a Lion," by Alfred Higgins Productions.
- Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood: What Do You Do with the Mad That You Feel?
Peasley, Rosie; Mandell, Phyllis Levy // School Library Journal; Oct2006 Supplement, Vol. 52, p36
This article provides a review of the children's DVD "Mr Rogers' Neighborhood: What Do You Do WIth the Mad That You Feel?"
- How to Handle Anger without Exploding.
Teel, Linda M. // School Library Journal; Jun2011, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p51
The article reviews the DVD release of the social guidance film "How to Handle Anger Without Exploding," part of the My Blog film series, created by Mazarella Media.
- "He Wouldn't Listen--So I Pinched Him!".
Brodkin, Adele M. // Early Childhood Today; Oct2003, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p20
No abstract available.
- "HE TOOK MY SPOT!".
Miller, Susan A. // Early Childhood Today; Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p28
Th article presents tips on how teachers should handle angry and frustrated preschoolers between 3 and 4 years of age. When preschoolers play, they are frequently asked by their teachers to comply with requests to do something they do not wish to do. This can lead to anger. Teachers should give...
- "DON'T BE MAD!".
Church, Ellen Booth // Early Childhood Today; Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p31
The article presents tips on how teachers should handle angry and frustrated kindergartners between 5 to 6 years of age. Not surprisingly, frustration issues start to change during this mid-year period. Now, the focus may shift from others to self, and kindergartners may be frustrated by their...
- Influences of parental drug use, personality, and child rearing on the toddler's anger and...
Brook, Judith S.; Tseng, Li-Jung // Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs; Feb96, Vol. 122 Issue 1, p107
Investigates how parental personality and drug use and the parent-child relationship are related to a toddler's anger and negativity. Support for a mediational model; Greater effect of maternal personality over paternal characteristics; Alteration of effect of one parent on child by child's...
- New Viewpoints on Discipline.
Baruch, Dorothy W. // Education Digest; Jan1956, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p24
This article presents various approaches to guide parents and teachers in disciplining children. To make discipline effective, children need help in learning how to deal with anger. They need to get at their basic anger--towards their elders--and to bring it out into the open. When an adult...
- ANGER MANAGEMENT USING THE ACTOR'S SKILLS AND GENERAL SEMANTICS.
Liepe-Levinson, Katherine // ETC: A Review of General Semantics; Apr2006, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p200
Presents information on the use of the ACT COOL TO STAY COOL curriculum which uses acting and general semantics in anger management to fifth graders in public schools in New York City. Steps to be taken in the administration of the curriculum and its benefits to children; Process of the...
- HABITUAL FAILURE: A CHILDHOOD ADAPTATION TO THE THREAT OF ABANDONMENT.
Kahn, Eva // Clinical Social Work Journal; Spring89, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p50
This paper attributes habitual failure to an early childhood adaptation: The immature, dependent child, making repeated unsuccessful attempts to satisfy unrealistic or pathological parental demands, fears that its inadequacies will result in abandonment by the parents. Repeated cycles of...
- A boy who wants to be a girl.
PRAGER, LAURA M. // Contemporary Pediatrics; Sep2008, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p56
The author discusses the case of a four-year-old boy who is saying that he wants to be a girl. She stresses that the boy warrants attention. She notes that the boy is wearing female clothes at home and wants to stand in the girls' line at school. She also informs that the boy had increased anger...
- Providing School Support for the Grieving Child.
Haggard, Geraldine // Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin; Fall2005, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p25
The article offers suggestions how teachers and counselors can serve a grieving child and the child's family. A teacher can reassure a grieving child before his reentry to school with a simple personal contact or comforting words. Ideas are suggested how teachers and counselors can help a...
- Aripiprazole Improves Symptoms of Aggression in Tourette Disorder.
Haggard, Geraldine // Neuropsychiatry Reviews; Mar2008, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p6
The article examines the effectiveness of aripiprazole, an atypical antipsychotic with dopaminergic and serotonergic effects, in treating tics and rage in children with Tourette disorder. Neurologists believe that aripiprazole are beneficial but it is accompanied by significant side effects....