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Tamilselvi, B.; Mala, V. – Journal on Educational Psychology, 2016
Adolescence period is the most important stage of a human being and it is the stage between childhood and adulthood. Adolescence is a time of storm and stress. They cannot adjust to their new role in life. They can have mental, emotional, adjustment, and behavioural problems known as "disorders". Behavioural patterns that emerge in…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Behavior Disorders, Adolescents, Adjustment (to Environment)
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Moreno, Gerardo – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2021
Over the past several decades, public schools across the United States have experienced an increasingly visible diversity rift between student enrollment and teaching faculty. The number of students from diverse backgrounds continues to grow while educator ranks continue to become more homogeneous. This diversity rift presents several challenges…
Descriptors: Discipline, Cultural Relevance, Suspension, Student Diversity
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Ocansey, S. K.; Gyimah, E. K. – Journal of Education and Practice, 2016
In this fast changing world, pupils all over the world have developed severe social and psychological needs that affect their interactions with others and subsequently, the achievement of their life goals. Essentially, the social and psychological needs of school pupils have manifested in diverse mal-adjusted behaviours that hinder their academic…
Descriptors: Special Needs Students, Foreign Countries, Psychological Needs, Counseling Services
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Coburn, Shayna S.; Crnic, Keith A.; Ross, Emily K. – Infant and Child Development, 2015
Dynamic systems methods offer invaluable insight into the nuances of the early parent-child relationship. This prospective study aimed to highlight the characteristics of mother-infant dyadic behavior at 12?weeks post-partum using state space grid analysis (total n?=?322). We also examined whether maternal prenatal depressive symptoms and…
Descriptors: Infants, Mothers, Parent Child Relationship, Pregnancy
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Lunkenheimer, Erika S.; Albrecht, Erin C.; Kemp, Christine J. – Infant and Child Development, 2013
Lower levels of parent-child affective flexibility indicate risk for children's problem outcomes. This short-term longitudinal study examined whether maternal depressive symptoms were related to lower levels of dyadic affective flexibility and positive affective content in mother-child problem-solving interactions at age 3.5?years…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Depression (Psychology), Negative Attitudes, Behavior Problems
Robertson, Lorayne; Thomson, Dianne – Canadian Journal of Education, 2014
Body image might be explained as "how we picture ourselves" and, while the image may or may not be accurate, it can affect decisions about physical, social, and emotional health. Schools are seen as potential sites for universal intervention programs to promote health, self-esteem, and size acceptance, and also to discourage unhealthy…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Human Body, Self Esteem, Health Promotion
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Li, Shu-Chu Sarrina; Lu, Pei-Chi; Chen, Shih-Chieh – Health Education Journal, 2020
Objectives: One criticism of the extended parallel process model (EPPM) is its lack of focus on the role of emotion and its relation to behaviour change. Another criticism of the EPPM is regarding its proposition that threat and efficacy have a moderating effect on recipients' attitudes and behaviours. This study aimed to examine emotions and the…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Student Behavior, College Students, Health Behavior
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Syed Hassan, Sharifah Sariah – International Journal of Science Education, 2018
The aim of education is to ensure a holistic development towards knowledge and well-being. Despite exhaustive effort on embedding twenty-first century skills in science teaching, students show lack of interest to learn and pursue their science careers. This present study has attempted to develop an instrument for measuring attitude towards science…
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Science Instruction, Secondary School Science, Foreign Countries
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Armstrong, David – International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2014
In support of their recommendations, recent policy pronouncements in England on behaviour (DFE (Department for Education). 2010. "The Importance of Teaching-The Schools White Paper". London: TSO) and on reform of special educational needs and disabilities make reference, respectively, to educator perceptions of poor behaviour by children…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Teacher Attitudes, Attitudes toward Disabilities, Emotional Problems
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Jean, Amélie D. L.; Stack, Dale M.; Arnold, Sharon – Infant and Child Development, 2014
Maternal touch and infants' self-regulatory behaviours were examined during a modified Still-Face with Touch (SF?+?T) procedure. Mothers and their 5½-month-old infants participated in one period of Normal interaction followed by three SF?+?T periods. Maternal functions of touch, and infants' self-regulatory behaviour, affect, and…
Descriptors: Mothers, Infants, Parent Child Relationship, Interaction
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Hill, Jennifer; Berlin, Kathy; Choate, Julia; Cravens-Brown, Lisa; McKendrick-Calder, Lisa; Smith, Susan – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2021
Assessment feedback should be an integral part of learning in higher education, but students can find this process emotionally and cognitively challenging. Instructors need to consider how to manage students' responses to feedback so that students feel capable of improving their work and maintaining their wellbeing. In this paper, we examine the…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Student Evaluation, Undergraduate Students, Student Reaction
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Dods, Jennifer – Exceptionality Education International, 2015
Experiencing a traumatic event can impact students' well-being and jeopardize their academic achievement and social-emotional health. A quarter of all students will experience a traumatic life event before they graduate from high school (Costello, Erkanli, Fairbank, & Angold, 2002), necessitating an understanding of how trauma affects students…
Descriptors: Trauma, Educational Experience, Well Being, Academic Achievement
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Main, Katherine; Whatman, Susan – International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2016
Research confirms that when students disengage from learning, there is a greatly increased risk of them dropping out of school and not completing secondary education (Year 12). In an Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) report on Equity in Education [OECD. 2012. "Investing in Equity in Education Pays off", in…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Self Efficacy, Intervention
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Cheetham, Mandy – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2014
This paper draws on findings from an analysis of interviews with young people aged 14-18 years, to explore the peer influences in young people's informal social networks which can affect their access to sexual health services. The research focuses on the social meanings of a C-Card condom distribution scheme in North East England. Such schemes are…
Descriptors: Interviews, Adolescents, Sexuality, Contraception
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Heron, Gavin; Cassidy, Claire – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2018
Secure accommodation provides extreme forms of control and support for a small minority of society's most vulnerable children. Within such environments it is unclear how children exhibit or develop self-regulation when external controls affect every aspect of day-to-day life. This study provides an insight into self-regulation by examining…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Philosophy, Children, Self Control
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