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72); (iii) Neither Internalizing nor Externalizing, OA: median=8, range=0-17, MG: median=7, range=0-16 (z=0.
Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the short- and long-term influence of child maltreatment (that is, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional maltreatment, and neglect) on internalizing symptoms (for example, affective and somatic problems) and externalizing behavior (for example, rule-breaking behavior and aggressive behavior) among young children.
It examines the relationship of peer group membership to behavior problems for boys and girls, and investigates the idea that internalizing and externalizing problems will be particularly notable for those adolescents who view group membership as important to them and do not have a positive sense of group belonging.
The cognitive processing theory attempts to explain internalizing response to trauma, suggesting that making sense of community violence can be distressing as it may conflict with the child's beliefs that home and neighborhood are safe (Finkelhor, 1997; Garbarino, 1995a; Marans & Adelman, 1997).
behavior at age 14 were twice as high in children who had asthma/bronchitis at age 5 for both boys and girls, but based on the adolescents' own reports, early asthma had a significant effect on adolescent internalizing behavior in boys but not in girls.
If both parents were mentally ill, 9% of children scored in the top 10th percentile on the BPI Externalizing scale and 8% were in the top 10th percentile on the Internalizing scale.
7 raw score points lower on the posttest than those from the comparison school on the Externalizing, Internalizing, and Hyperactivity subscales, respectively.
Temple art and design could serve to educate believers to multiple interpretations of sacred stories so as to encourage the process of internalizing religious teachings.
Key words: externalizing behaviors; internalizing behaviors; parenting practices; poverty
What happens when the alphabet soup of health care reform is viewed through the filter of internalizing transactions to reduce costs and exposures?
Indeed some of these experiences will be co-extensive with general American experiences, since one cannot live in any society without internalizing some of its values.
Finally, a section should be added to each employee's annual performance evaluation to assess how well he or she is internalizing the plan.