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Sammanfattning : The aim of the study is to improve on the understanding of the implications for adolescents of being placed in foster care. The basis for the study is that the adolescents´ previous relationship with their parents has significance for the manner in which the adolescents will handle the separation from the parents and how they will relate to foster parents. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The overall aim of this thesis was to investigate how children in Sweden treated for brain tumours performed in their ninth year at school compared with matched controls. The studies investigated grades and results from national tests in the theoretical subjects of Swedish, English, and mathematics; grades in the practical and aesthetic subjects of art, crafts, music, home and consumer studies, physical education and health; and the frequency of delayed graduation and qualification for school years 10-12 (corresponding to upper-secondary school or high school). LÄS MER
3. The Teddy Bear in Psychology : A prospective study with focus on children´s use of transitional objects
Sammanfattning : The central issue of the dissertation is the place and meaning of the concepts transitional object (TO) and transitional phenomenon (TP) as defined by Winnicott, in a normal psychological context. A group of children were followed from age 8 months to 6 years. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The purpose of this thesis is to improve the understanding of factors related to mental ill-health, and itsdistribution, in the Swedish population. The thesis consists of four studies. In study I, we find thatbetween the years 1994 and 2011, the probability of receiving a psychiatric inpatient diagnosisincreased by 12. LÄS MER
5. Reading achievement : Its relation to home literacy, self-regulation, academic self-concept, and goal orientation in children and adolescents
Sammanfattning : The studies in this doctoral thesis investigated how home literacy, self regulation, academic self-concept, and goal orientation influence reading ability. Study 1 investigated the effect of family-based prerequisites, reading attitude, and self-regulated learning on reading ability. LÄS MER