Sökning: "externalizing behavior"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 25 avhandlingar innehållade orden externalizing behavior.
Sammanfattning : Aim: To study children/adolescents with externalizing behavior and a subgroup diagnosed ADHD, regarding oral health, oral health behavior, and the parents' evaluation on their child’s oral health and dental experience. Patients and Methods: Study Groups 1 & 2 consisted of families of 228 children (10-13 years), who participated in a parental training program. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Children who express externalizing behaviors in school are at greater risk of school failure and peer rejection. They are also at greater risk of developing antisocial behaviors, addiction to drugs, mental health problems and delinquency. Many teachers experience difficulties in working with pupils expressing externalizing behaviors. LÄS MER
3. Aggressive antisocial behavior- clinical, cognitive, and behavioral covariates of its persistence
Sammanfattning : Introduction Aggressive antisocial behavior is a major challenge to society, and studies on the determinants of its persistence are essential to the development of strategies to prevent violence. Aims & Methods The overall aim of the thesis was to establish covariates of persistent aggressive antisocial behavior in a population-based cohort and in clinically evaluated, prospectively followed, offender groups. LÄS MER
4. Warriors and Worriers : Development, Protective and Exacerbating Factors in Children with Behavior Problems. A Study Across the First Six Years of School
Sammanfattning : Various aspects of elementary school children's behavior problems were investigated in four studies. In Study I, teachers’ perceived low control over the classroom situation and a custodial teacher orientation were associated with teachers' (n = 86) preferences for authoritarian strategies (e.g. LÄS MER
5. Disorganized Attachment Representations, Externalizing Behavior Problems, and Socio-Emotional Competences
Sammanfattning : Disorganized attachment is a risk-factor for developmental maladaptation in the form of externalizing behavior problems, and for poor development of competences important for socio-emotional functioning. Concerns have however been raised regarding theoretical overextension, and there is consequently a need for multifactorial studies that examine which outcomes disorganized attachment is reliably important for. LÄS MER