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As Kessler (2004) described, male adolescents with dual diagnosis are those who are most likely to experience externalizing mental disorders.
Some syndromes were further summed to provide scores for broad-band Internalizing Problems (the sum of Withdrawn, Somatic Complaints, and Anxious/Depressed) and Externalizing Problems (the sum of Delinquent Behavior and Aggressive Behavior).
Based on a multiple-regression analysis across the full sample, responses in the right amygdala were positively associated with externalizing behaviors (x = 24, y = 0, z = -14; k = 8) and negatively associated with CU traits (x = 26, y = 0, z = -12; k = 1).
ED heterogeneity can be mediated via two classes of behavior: externalizing and internalizing behaviors (Kauffman & Landrum, 2012).
The importance of fathers' roles to adolescent adjustment has increasingly gained interest (Pleck, 2010) as higher levels of father involvement have been associated with fewer internalizing and externalizing symptoms (King & Sobolewski, 2006) and better school achievement (King, 2006).
For example, in our study, the finite mixture model has a distribution of diagnostic criteria (that is, externalizing and internalizing behaviors), and we estimate the probability distribution of behaviors within these internalizing and externalizing categories.
By examining a subset of the data on externalizing behaviours, Lanphear and his colleagues showed that this 10-fold increase was associated with a rise in anxiety, hyperactivity and depressive symptoms in three-year-old girls.
Metalogix StoragePoint achieves these benefits by externalizing SharePoint content Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) so that they may be stored on less-expensive or more appropriate storage systems, like EMC's VMAX, VNX Series, Centera, Atmos, and Data Domain.
It concentrates on the treatment of behaviors in the broad categories of academic or learning problems, internalizing problems, and externalizing problems.
For example, youth who have high levels of internalizing problems (forms of emotional distress that are turned inward, such as depression, anxiety and excessive dependency) also tend to have high levels of externalizing problems (forms that manifest in acting-out behavior, such as disobedience, aggression and impulsivity).
For example, Pettit et al (1999), using a sample of youth whose parents regarded their neighborhoods as unsafe, examined peer contact and externalizing behaviors.
Externalizing behavior includes 13 items of delinquent and 20 items of aggressive behavior.