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Adolescent Psychology

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  • 1.   A case control study of a deprivation triangle: teenage motherhood, poor educational achievement and unemployment

    The aim of this study was to compare the educational and employment experiences of teenage mothers and match peers from a similar social background

    Int J Adolesc Med Health, Vol: 14 Page: 117-23 2002 Apr-Jun
    T. Bradley; M. E. Cupples; H. Irvine

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  • 2.   A Cross-national Study of Violence-Related Behaviors in Adolescents

    The aim of this study was to determine and compare frequencies of adolescent violence-related behaviours in 5 countries and to examine associations between violence-related behaviors and potential explanatory characteristics

    Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Vol: 158 Page: 539-544
    Eleanor Smith-Khuri; Ronaldo Iachan; Peter C. Scheidt; Mary D. Overpeck; Saoirse Nic Gabhainn; William Pickett; Yossi Harel

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  • 3.   Achieving optimal diabetic control in adolescence: the continuing enigma

    This article describes the difficulties frequently encountered in managing glycaemic control in the transition periods from childhood through adolescence to adulthood, with a description of four cases illustrating these points

    Diabetes Metab Res Rev, Vol: 17 Page: 67-74 2001 Jan-Feb
    E. M. McConnell; R. Harper; M. Campbell; J. K. Nelson

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  • 4.   Adolescent health care: the Irish experience

    This article discusses the adolescent health care: the Irish experience

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 12 Page: 21-5 April 2000
    L. Hampson

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  • 5.   Depression in young people: description, assessment and evidence-based treatment

    This article reviewed a update of the literature on depression in children and adolescents to provide an update for clinicians

    Dev Neurorehabil, Vol: 11 Page: 3-15 2008 Jan-Mar
    A. Carr

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  • 6.   EXPERIENCES OF SCHOOL BULLYING IN NORTHERN IRELAND: DATA FROM THE LIFE AND TIMES SURVEY

    The aim of this study was to supplement previous research findings from Northern Ireland by examining the self-reported experiences of school bullying through data collected as part of the 1998 "Youth Life and Times Survey."

    Adolescence, Vol: 41 Page: 313-320 2006 Summer2006
    Conor Mc Guckin; Christopher Alan Lewis

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  • 7.   Exploring consensus in practice with youth who are sexually abusive: findings from a Delphi study of practitioner views in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland

    This study aimed to explore levels of consensus among practitioners in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland about good practice in relation to youth who are sexually abusive

    Child Maltreat, Vol: 11 Page: 146-56 May 2006
    S. Hackett; H. Masson; S. Phillips

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  • 8.   Feeding preferences and attitudes to breastfeeding and its promotion among teenagers in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine attitudes to infant feeding and breastfeeding promotion preferences in teenagers in Northern Ireland

    J Hum Lact, Vol: 19 Page: 57-65 February 2003
    J. Greene; B. Stewart-Knox; M. Wright

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  • 9.   Participation in a clinical trial: views of children and young people with diabetes

    This study investigates whether involvement in research can have a positive effect on the education and management of disease of children and young people with diabetes

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 19 Page: 37-9 July 2007
    C. McGuinness; M. Cain

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  • 10.   PROMOTING RESILIENCE IN YOUNG PEOPLE IN LONG-TERM CARE - THE RELEVANCE OF ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS IN THE DOMAINS OF RECREATION AND WORK

    This article seeks to highlight the resilience-enhancing potential for vulnerable young people of roles and relationships in the domains of recreation and work

    Journal of Social Work Practice, Vol: 22 Page: 37-50 2008
    Robbie Gilligan

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  • 11.   Psychological profiles of sexually abusive adolescents in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to profile the psychological and psychosocial characteristics of a group of Irish adolescents who had sexually abused other youngsters

    Child Abuse Negl, Vol: 26 Page: 349-70 April 2002
    M. O'Halloran; A. Carr; G. O'Reilly; D. Sheerin; J. Cherry; R. Turner; R. Beckett; S. Brown

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  • 12.   School exclusion drug use and antisocial behaviour at 15/16 years: Implications for youth transitions

    The aim of this study was to examine the experiences of 77 young people excluded from school at year 12 when aged 15/16 years

    Vulnerable Children & Youth Studies, Vol: 2 Page: 181-190 2007
    Patrick McCrystal; Andrew Percy; Kathryn Higgins

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  • 13.   Suicidal thoughts and acts in Irish adolescents

    The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of reported suicidal thoughts and acts in (a) a school-based sample of Irish adolescents, and (b) in adolescents attending a community child and family mental health service.

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 18 Page: 82-86 2001
    Jo Rowley; Kathleen Ganter; Carol Fitzpatrick

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  • 14.   The use of HoNOSCA in a child and adolescent mental health service

    The aim of this study was to examine health and social functioning of patients attending a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

    Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol: 20 Page: 52-55 2003
    Julie Manderson; Noel McCune

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