maladjustment


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Invitation to tender for the award of the annual service specialist in educational school for pupils with disabilities psycho-physical and sensory and pupils at risk of maladjustment period: 1.
Graham and Coplan hypothesized that shy children with fewer positive sibling relationships would experience greater maladjustment at preschool, while those with more positive sibling relationships would experience fewer adjustment issues.
In all this is to be seen the basic design of our common maladjustment.
Inter-ethnic children are one of the fastest growing populations worldwide, and research has suggested they have higher risk of poor outcomes, including family breakdown, academic underachievement and psychology maladjustment.
the cathedral was needed for services and the concert was relegated to the Coventry Theatre, a maladjustment most unfortunate to me.
The great emphasis on mothers and mothering in America has led to an inappropriate tendency to blame mothers for children's behavior problems and maladjustment when, in fact, fathers are often more implicated than mothers in the development of problems such as these.
For him the danger is twofold: there is the 'disastrous spirit of a long scholarly tradition as old as philosophy itself in which technics and technology are trivialities' (86), along with a crisis resulting from the maladjustment of the technical system to the other social systems such as law, economy, education, and political representation (132).
The identification controversy focuses on an "exclusionary clause" that essentially prohibits students with social maladjustment (SM) from receiving special education services under the criteria for emotional disturbance (ED).
8) The 12 subscales of the BASC-2 are as follows: attitude to school, attitude to teacher, sensation seeking, school maladjustment composite, atypicality, locus of control, somatization, social stress, anxiety, clinical maladjustment composite, depression and sense of inadequacy.
With incredibly rich humor, McHale narrates how the young Principato came to this pass, his maladjustment to his present life, the many frictions in the interaction between the two families (Irish and Italian), and the legacy of his dying father as the elder Principato passes on to his son his proudest possession: the Defiance, "a fist-shaking cry of joy in the black face of death.
75% of the adolescent participants reported suffering from clinically significant symptoms of psychopathology or maladjustment.
Consistent with this hypothesis, father acceptance (Table 1) was negatively associated with parent and teacher reports of adolescent maladjustment (coefficients range from -.