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Depressive symptoms in native and immigrant adolescents: the role of critical life events and daily hassles
Abstract The present study compared native Austrian, first and second generation immigrant adolescents regarding their level of depressive symptoms, critical live events, and daily hassles.Expand
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How teachers respond to school bullying: An examination of self-reported intervention strategy use, moderator effects, and concurrent use of multiple strategies
Abstract Teachers' (N = 625; 74% female) use of intervention strategies was examined in a hypothetical bullying episode. Self-reported strategies were best described by a five-factor structure.Expand
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Intrapersonal and interpersonal risk factors for peer victimization in immigrant youth in Finland.
This study (a) compared native Finns and immigrant children with respect to different forms of peer victimization and (b) tested whether intrapersonal (e.g., depression) and interpersonal (e.g., peerExpand
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Bullying and Victimization Among Native and Immigrant Adolescents in Norway
This study compares levels of bullying others, victimization, and aggressiveness in native Norwegian and immigrant adolescents living in Norway and shows how bullying is related to proactive andExpand
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Measurement Models for Ordered-Categorical Indicators: A Factor Analytic Approach for Testing the Level of Measurement
In the social and behavioral sciences, self-report measures administered as questionnaires are commonly used to measure psychological constructs. Data resulting from these measurements are subjectedExpand
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Evaluation of Aggression-Reducing Effects of the “Viennese Social Competence Training”
The “Viennese Social Competence Training” (ViSC), a primary violence prevention program for school classes, is summatively and formatively evaluated. The summative evaluation focused on theExpand
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Bullying and affiliation: A study of peer groups in native and immigrant adolescents in Norway
This study (1) investigated the extent to which native Norwegian and immigrant girls and boys bully others and (2) examined peer groups to find out with whom pupils affiliate with when bullyingExpand
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Immigrant Children in Austria
ABSTRACT As a consequence of worldwide waves of immigration there is a permanent increase of ethnically mixed school classes in countries all over the world. However, there is a lack of empiricalExpand
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Evidence-based practice and policy: When researchers, policy makers, and practitioners learn how to work together
The present paper focuses on evidence-based practice and policy with a specific focus on the cooperation between researchers, policy makers, and practitioners. The evidence-based practice movementExpand
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Immigrant youth in European countries: The manifold challenges of adaptation
Today, many children and adolescents living in Europe have an immigrant background. Either they migrated themselves or were born to immigrant families. During the last two decades the number ofExpand
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