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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.
In order to help the study of personality, some authors have suggested encompassing it within the internalizing and externalizing dimensions (Achenbach & Edelbrock, 1984) and the research shows that they do explain the greater part of the associations between personality pattern, psychopathological indicators and clinical dysfunction in patients (Cosgrove et al.
The study also aimed to investigate the frequency of behavioural problems, internalizing problems and externalizing problems.
When children demonstrate internalizing or externalizing behaviours, their personal, social and academic function is affected and they may be referred to mental health professionals.
The MDS measures two core features of masculine depression, described as internalizing and externalizing symptoms.
Many studies have explored how the child's gender may modify the internalizing and externalizing behaviors of children exposed to partner violence (Evans, Davies, & DiLillo, 2008; Kitzman et al.
3% of the children showed clinically relevant behavior problems on the total behavior problems scale (sum of internalizing plus externalizing problems plus other instrument items) according to the responses provided by caregivers.
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).
Participants were 36 Latino and African American parents of children (ages 2-7 years) who were referred to colocated mental health care for externalizing mental health problems (disruptive, hyperactive, and aggressive behaviors).
They cover adolescent development; the concepts of evidence-based intervention and prevention and how they relate to each other, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of evidence-based practices; externalizing problem behavior like antisocial behavior, risk factors, and how to prevent it; the background, risk factors, and evidence-based treatment for anxiety and depression and alcohol and drug use; the importance of social competence and social skills; the role of the school system; special challenges, such as multi-problem adolescents, severe conduct problems, and the residential treatment of adolescents with externalizing problems; and the developmental psychopathology, transactional model, and ecological perspective on adolescent development.