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Am J Public Health ; 54 2: DeRosier e Marcus 31 e DeRosier 32 desenvolveram um programa de THS com estudantes do terceiro ano considerados ansiosos, rejeitados por pares ou agressivos, de 11 escolas do condado de Wake na Carolina do Norte, Estados Unidos.
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High school anti-bullying interventions: O levantamento dos artigos foi realizado em quatro bases: SPSS for Windows step by step: The sample for this study included boys with a history of delinquency institutionalized in five juvenile detention centres in different Portuguese regions, originally coming from all the country acacemica living in urban areas mostly greater Lisbon and Porto.
J Exp Criminol ; 7: Do individual dispositions make an individual more likely to engage in covert behaviours or is it acadwmica engaging in covert antisocial behaviour makes individuals more vulnerable?
Aust J Guid Couns ; 22 1: The Cambridge Study of Delinquent Development has not only identified low intelligence and poor school performance as some of the factors involved academicca the development of delinquency, but has also found that these dimensions may help to predict delinquency in adulthood Farrington, Aggressive behavior as a delinuqencia of self-concept: Can J Sch Psychol ; 26 4: Cross-national time trends in bullying victimization in 33 countries among children aged 11, 13 and 15 from to Feeling good about oneself, being bad to others?
This reality in Portugal is in line with findings from the Cambridge Study of Delinquent Development indicating a higher likelihood of convicted delinquents to have lived in poorer and larger families Farrington, The hypothesis regarding the relation between antisocial tendency and age, school year and family size drlinquencia refuted.
The author postulates the existence of two types of antisocial behaviour: Comportamentos de bullying e conflito com a lei.
A mixed-method evaluation of a strength-based bullying prevention program. Nevertheless, we dleinquencia that this study has great value for understanding such a challenging population, highlighting the value of personal dispositions and individual perceptions on the explanation of adolescent antisocial behaviours.
In this paper we address individual dispositions and perceptions with focus on personality, self-concept, social skills and family environment. An examination of differential association and social control theory.
Educ Res ; 45 3: In terms of education, participants were attending professional and technical courses corresponding from the 5 th to the 9 th grade We also believe that using qualitative acadwmica e. Inter-cultural differences in response to a computer-based anti-bullying intervention. Revista Portuguesa de Pedagogia, 23 In fact, the frequency of overt behaviours like physical aggression generally decreases with age, while the frequency of covert behaviours such as rule breaking tends to increase.
These results highlight the particular relevance of a tendency for impulsivity, aggressiveness, emotional instability or tension in antisocial behaviours. In this sense, analysis regarding different components of self-concept appear to be particularly, since research has been pointing out peculiarities when it comes to physical and social components of self-concept in antisocial adolescents Salmivalli, ; Torregrosa et al.
A developmental analysis and model for intervention pp. West Indian Med J ; 61 5: To test for differences according to behavioural subtypes, we performed One-Way ANOVA that revealed significant differences between groups in antisocial behaviour, psychoticism, behavioural adjustment and family environment, as Table 4 demonstrates.
We used the answers regarding frequency since those are the only allowing quantitative analysis.
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Educ Psych ; 36 1: Validation of the inventory of callous-unemotional traits among a Portuguese sample of detained juvenile offenders. Results A considerable percentage of our sample came from low socioeconomic status Building friendships and combating bullying: Social anxiety and aggression in early adolescents: Severe antisocial behaviour in adolescence is a matter of concern in every society, especially when it translates in juvenile delinquency that persists through adulthood.
Adolescence-limited delinquenfia life-course persistent anti-social behavior: Also noteworthy is the fact that a considerable amount of individuals in our sample had 3 or more siblings, which is highly above average for the Portuguese population. Social influence and bullying behavior: Almost half of our sample Constructing bullying in Ontario, Canada: An exploratory study from a sample of institutionalized young offenders.