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One of the highest prevalence rates of internalizing problems is found in adolescents and affect 10% and 20% of the general population.
A total of 14 percent of the sample had an internalizing disorder, nearly half of whom were males (45 percent).
Adolescents, emotion regulation, cognitive coping, internalizing problems, externalizing problems.
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., 2011; Harford et al., 2013; Hink et al., 2013; Hopwood & Grilo, 2010).
Moreover, compered to the results of the studies conducted in different countries, significantly higher scores in internalizing problems were obtained.
When children demonstrate internalizing or externalizing behaviours, their personal, social and academic function is affected and they may be referred to mental health professionals.
Using a common element rather than a treatment-by-disorder approach, this guide outlines 13 core techniques and strategies of evidence-based treatments for internalizing disorders in children and adolescents: exposure tasks, cognitive strategies, problem-solving training, modeling, relaxation training, psychoeducation, social skills training, praise and rewards, activity scheduling, self-monitoring, goal setting, homework, and maintenance and relapse prevention.
Linear Regression Analyses were as such: Active Avoidance coping strategies significantly predicted Depression, Anxiety and Stress; Problem-focused coping strategies and Positive coping strategies are seen to be insignificant predictors of all three types of internalizing problems: Depression, Anxiety and Stress; and Religious/ Denial Coping Strategies significantly predicted Depression, Anxiety, and Stress.
Our results, however, suggest that there is a significant difference between transmen and transwomen with regard to internalized transphobia, with transmen internalizing transphobia more than transwomen do.
As Operario and Fiske (2001) stated, when faced with ambiguous rejection experiences, attributing negative interactions to prejudice can help members of minorities avoid the debilitating effect of internalizing rejection and discrimination.
More specifically, children who witness partner violence show more signs of internalizing (e.g., withdrawal, anxiety, depression) and externalizing (e.g., aggression, attention disorders, rule-breaking) behaviors (Hazen, Connelly, Kelleher, Barth, & Landsverk, 2006; McFarlane, Groff, O'Brien, & Watson, 2003).