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However, a small proportion of children have atypically high physical aggression problems into adolescence, which may put them at increased risk for violent crime, social maladjustment, and alcohol and drug abuse.
Pathways to adjustment and maladjustment. American-psychologist 2015; 70: 300-10.
Therefore, I chose to investigate the relationships among social support, BII, and social maladjustment in a sample of migrant workers, and predicted that there would be significant gender differences for each of these variables.
Hypothesis 2: Maladjustment is more likely to occur when adolescents perceive low levels of control and supervision from their parents.
In addition, social competence acts as buffer against maternal rejection and psychological maladjustment. Girls who have adaptive skills are more likely to manage relationships with stepmothers than those who are socially less adaptive (Hetherington, 1999a; Hetherington and Stanley-Hagan, 2002).
When the filter coefficients are near to the desired wiener solution, the step size should be taken as small to decrease the maladjustment. The Robust Variable Step Size (RVSS) is a special type of LMS algorithm where variable step size (VSS) LMS algorithm based on the time estimated step size method.
Results of this present study are evidently supported by the argument that peer victimization enhances serious risk factor for maladjustment in adolescents.
Lord Keynes described the "maladjustment" due to "our discovery of means of economising the use of labour" as "technological unemployment." Rotman's essay analyzes different prescriptions for technological unemployment and explains why they wouldn't help (as would be the case with a guaranteed minimum income) or are promising but insufficient to the scale of the problem (like education to prepare workers for technology-intensive jobs).
"Depression, anxiety, hyperactivity, poor concentration are some of the major issues of these runaway street smart children", said Faiqa Hafeez, clinical psychologist at CPWB, while adding,"these children are victims of violence and have suffered heavily due to maladjustment in their own family.
Over the past five years, a dozen foals at Victory Rose Thoroughbreds have been born with neonatal maladjustment syndrome, or NMS, in which they are emotionally detached from their mothers.
Based on the literature, the main hypothesis of this study was that alcoholics would be older and would present a more severe substance abuse profile, with more psychological and maladjustment consequences of their addictive behavior.
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