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Boys may observe the male of the family exhibiting externalizing behaviors (e.
According to the respondents, 40% of the children in the sample presented clinically relevant internalizing behaviors and 34% showed clinically relevant externalizing behaviors.
A second analysis restricted to youths with conduct problems found similar results: Right amygdala activity was positively associated with externalizing behavior (x = 26, y = -4, z = -12; k = 47) and negatively associated with CU traits (x = 26, y = 0, z = -12; k = 1).
Eligible participants were African American and Latino parents of children (age 2-7 years) who were referred to colocated services as a result of externalizing problems between April 2011 and March 2012.
While high levels of parental rejection appear, in different cultures, as an important predictor of internalizing and externalizing problems (Nishikawa, Sundbom & Hagglof, 2010; Roelofs et al.
Most correlations are of moderate size, some are weak and correlation between aggressive response generation and externalizing problems and also between hostile attribution and externalizing problems is strong.
The contribution of parenting and the unique variance of SIP variables to children's externalizing problems was examined by computing three separate hierarchical multiple regressions with each parenting style entered on the first step and hostile attribution and aggressive responses entered on the second and third steps respectively; with externalizing problems as dependent variables in all the three equations (see Table 2).
Storvoll and Wichstrom (2003) indicated that externalizing psychosocial disorders are more stable for boys than for girls.
Although they also conclude that "addressing sleep problems at earlier time points may reduce both internalizing and externalizing difficulties," the researchers said the data are inconsistent, only weakly suggesting that sleep influences later externalizing problems at only two different age points, Dr.
This study aims to categorize a sample of adolescent cannabis users based on their most dominant personality traits (internalizing and externalizing profile).
Cognitive-behavioral interventions (CBIs) are effective in decreasing externalizing behavior in school-aged children.