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Although characteristics of traditional bullying participants have been identified and studied for years, research on cyberbullying is limited. The purpose of this study is to expand the literature on cyberbullying with a particular focus on the relationships among cyberbullying characteristics, typical social activities, and more traditional forms of(More)
Investigated the validity and clinical utility of the Minnesota Child Development Inventory (MCDI) as a developmental screening instrument with a sample of 280 premature infants identified as medically and socioeconomically high risk for developmental delays. Correlational analyses demonstrated significant correlations between the MCDI scales and the(More)
Fourteen months after a hurricane, young children who had experienced the storm showed significantly higher anxiety and withdrawal and more behavior problems than did children who had not. Behavioral problems decreased steadily over the six months following the storm. Mothers' distress in the hurricane's aftermath was associated with the longevity of their(More)
We assessed the usefulness of the Bayley Infant Neurodevelopmental Screener (BINS) and the Clinical Adaptive Test/Clinical Linguistic Auditory Milestone Scale (CAT/CLAMS) for screening high-risk infant populations in a sample of 78 infants followed after premature birth and/or perinatal insults. Both measures were highly correlated with the Bayley Scales of(More)