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Model of posttraumatic stress reactions to sexual abuse in females / by Suzanne L. Barker-Collo.
Sexual abuse is identified by the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th edition) (DSM-IV, APA, 1994) as a possible precipitator of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). ...
Differential item and test functioning of the Brief Child and Family Phone Interview in First Nations and non-First Nations children and adolescents / by Dana Bova.
In 2001 the Ontario Ministry of Social Services mandated that all Ontario funded providers of children mental health services utilize the BCFPI (Brief Child and Family Phone Interview) which assesses emotional and behavioural ...
Parent and child attitudes towards educational and occupational achievement as a function of acculturation
As individuals and families move from India to Canada, they bring with them the values, attitudes, and beliefs they held in their native country. During the process of building new lives in a new country the immigrants ...
Relationship between acculturation gap and adjustment : exploring the mediating effects of perceived rejection, value conflict, and communication / by Jasmine Bajwa.
"Numerous studies have found that children adjust to the mainstream culture at a faster rate than their parents; this is termed an acculturation gap. The literature demonstrates that acculturation gap is associated with ...
Men's ability to detect cyclical changes in women's facial and bodily attractiveness / by Jennifer M. Patola.
Despite widespread beliefs to the contrary, recent evidence suggests that human ovulation is not completely hidden. There is some evidence that men may be able to detect physical changes across the menstrual cycle. ...
Cross-sectional examination of sex differences in depressed youth : ruminative response theory, pubertal status, and hormones / by Jennifer L. Welsh.
"Prevalence estimates indicate that during adolescence a shift in the sex ratio of depression occurs that results in twice as many females reporting symptoms as males. The purpose of the current study was to investigate ...