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Liu, Jin; Guo, Siying; Weissman, Rebecca; Liu, Hongdou – School Psychology International, 2021
Few studies have been conducted to investigate typologies of perpetration and victimization of traditional and cyber bullying together to develop a risk profile by considering factors from different contexts. National data from the 2009-2010 Health Behavior in School-Aged Children study in the United States was utilized for these purposes. Four…
Descriptors: Bullying, Adolescents, Victims, Individual Characteristics
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Clauser, Patricia; Ding, Yi; Chen, Eric C.; Cho, Su-Je; Wang, Cixin; Hwang, Jacqueline – School Psychology International, 2021
Being in a caregiver role for a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) brings a unique set of stressors and challenges to the entire family unit. This study examined a model hypothesizing that (a) parenting stress and the parenting style used by the parents of a child with ASD are correlated; (b) ASD severity, parenting stress, and parenting…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Parenting Styles, Stress Variables, Child Behavior
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Yuen, Mantak; Datu, Jesus Alfonso D. – School Psychology International, 2021
Limited research has been conducted so far to explore how meaning in life can promote key academic and psychological benefits in a school context. The research reported here aimed to address this issue by assessing how meaning in life is associated with dimensions of connectedness, academic self-efficacy (Study 1) and personal self-efficacy (Study…
Descriptors: Life Satisfaction, Well Being, Parent Student Relationship, Teacher Student Relationship
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Hasking, Penelope; Lewis, Stephen P.; Bloom, Elana; Brausch, Amy; Kaess, Michael; Robinson, Kealagh – School Psychology International, 2021
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI), which involves deliberate damage to body tissue without suicidal intent, has long been a concern for schools and school staff. Secondary schools are an ideal setting in which to identify, and appropriately refer, students who self-injure as well as implement evidence-based prevention and early intervention…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Self Destructive Behavior, At Risk Persons
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Matthews, Emily L.; Townsend, Michelle L.; Gray, Annaleise S.; Grenyer, Brin F. S. – School Psychology International, 2021
School communities face challenges in responding effectively to the rising incidence of student self-harm. Evidence-informed guidelines may provide a platform for schools to provide better responses and improve the outcomes of students who engage in self-harm. This paper critically reviews policies published in English targeted for schools or…
Descriptors: School Policy, Guidelines, Evidence Based Practice, Self Destructive Behavior
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d'Abreu, Ana; Castro-Olivo, Sara; Ura, Sarah K.; Furrer, Jessica – School Psychology International, 2021
Civil war in Syria has resulted in the largest refugee group and the newest wave of refugees resettling in countries worldwide. Although they have experienced war, migration, and great trauma, resettlement introduces a new set of obstacles including cultural adjustment, language learning, and the development of a new social network. This paper is…
Descriptors: War, Refugees, Land Settlement, Social Networks
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Chen, Mengdi; Wu, Xinyao – School Psychology International, 2021
As a causal attribution, attributing academic success to giftedness might influence students' academic achievement. According to previous studies, students' self-regulated learning and negative learning emotions may mediate the association between achievement attribution and academic achievement. Therefore, the present study employed structural…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Academically Gifted, Self Management, Negative Attitudes
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Froiland, John Mark – School Psychology International, 2021
This article will review many forms of home-based parent involvement (e.g., shared reading; books at home; helping with homework; visiting museums; monitoring grades), parent beliefs (e.g., about the importance of school readiness skills; growth mindset for their children), parent expectations, parent-school relationships, and parent autonomy and…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Parent Attitudes, School Readiness, Expectation
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Dan, Yongjun – School Psychology International, 2021
This study examined the relationships between learning interest, flow, and creativity among high school students. As a state of interest, flow served as a mediating variable on the route from interest to creativity. The participants included high school students from a city in eastern China. The software of "Process" was adopted to…
Descriptors: High School Students, Student Interests, Learner Engagement, Creativity
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Xiong, Junmei; Hai, Man; Wang, Jintao; Li, Ye; Jiang, Guangrong – School Psychology International, 2020
The current study examined the associations among cumulative risk, psychological capital and adolescents' anxiety/depression and life satisfaction. Chinese adolescents (N = 1473, grades 7 to 12, ages 12 to 18, 52.1% female) completed self-report cumulative risk, psychological capital, anxiety/depressive symptoms and life satisfaction…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, At Risk Persons, Adolescents, Anxiety
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Shahrour, Ghada; Dardas, Latefa Ali; Al-Khayat, Amjad; Al-Qasem, Atef – School Psychology International, 2020
School bullying is recognized as a global problem and sparks public concerns for students' safety. While it has recently emerged as a critical concern in the Arab world, particularly in Jordan, no national studies have yet investigated the extent of bullying in Jordanian schools. The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bullying, Correlation, Student Experience
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Mendoza, Norman B.; King, Ronnel B. – School Psychology International, 2020
Student engagement is a strong predictor of academic achievement and overall school success. Much of the research on engagement has focused on the role of personal psychological antecedents and social factors related to one's teachers. Relatively fewer studies have focused on the influence of one's classmates. Drawing on prior work on social…
Descriptors: Peer Influence, Learner Engagement, Academic Achievement, Predictor Variables
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Kettler, Ryan J. – School Psychology International, 2020
This article is a commentary on McGill et al.'s (2020) article "Use of Translated and Adapted Versions of the WISC-V: Caveat Emptor." McGill et al. use caveat emptor in their title to indicate that the buyer of an assessment must be careful about the product being purchased, presumably because the seller of the assessment is not being…
Descriptors: Children, Intelligence Tests, Translation, Test Reliability
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Abbott, Nicola; Cameron, Lindsey; Thompson, Jayne – School Psychology International, 2020
Researchers and anti-bullying organisations have increasingly turned their attention to the role of bystanders in tackling bullying and peer victimisation (e.g. name-calling). The objective of this study was to develop and assess the impact of a role-play programme designed to strengthen adolescent's defending behaviour to name-calling. This was…
Descriptors: Role Playing, Intervention, Program Effectiveness, Bullying
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Hatzichristou, Chryse; Lampropoulou, Aikaterini; Lianos, Panayiotis – School Psychology International, 2020
This paper presents social justice principles as core concepts in school psychology practice via a conceptual framework that combines theory, research, training, and practical applications. Focusing on the specific needs of Greece (i.e. economic recession, influx of migrant and refugee students, etc.), we discuss the inclusion of multicultural and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Justice, Fundamental Concepts, School Psychology
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