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Coping with stress during childhood and adolescence: problems, progress, and potential in theory and research.
Progress and issues in the study of coping with stress during childhood and adolescence are reviewed. Definitions of coping are considered, and the relationship between coping and other aspects ofExpand
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Responses to stress in adolescence: measurement of coping and involuntary stress responses.
The development of a measure of coping and involuntary stress responses in adolescence is described. The Responses to Stress Questionnaire (RSQ) reflects a conceptual model that includes volitionalExpand
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Environment and Behavior
An observer-based, standardized index of housing quality (structural quality, privacy, indoor climate, hazards, cleanliness/clutter, and children’s resources) is significantly related toExpand
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Housing quality and mental health.
This study examined the potential link between housing quality and mental health. First, the development of a psychometrically sound, observer-based instrument to assess physical housing quality inExpand
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A Statewide Survey of Age at First Intercourse for Adolescent Females and Age of Their Male Partners: Relation to Other Risk Behaviors and Statutory Rape Implications
In a statewide survey of a representative sample of adolescent girls in 8th–12th grades (N = 4201), information was obtained on age at first intercourse and age of their male partners. ExcludingExpand
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Housing Quality and Children’s Socioemotional Health
An observer-based, standardized index of housing quality (structural quality, privacy, indoor climate, hazards, cleanliness/clutter, and children’s resources) is significantly related toExpand
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Pneumococcal pericarditis since 1980.
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College Women Who Had Sexual Intercourse When They Were Underage Minors (13-15): Age of Their Male Partners, Relation to Current Adjustment, and Statutory Rape Implications
In a survey of 1,439 female college students, 24% reported that they had what they considered consensual sexual intercourse between ages 13 and 15 (2% at age 13, 7% at age 14, and 15% at age 15).Expand
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Shark oil pneumonia. An overlooked entity.
Nonprescription drugs are often believed to be innocuous. We present a case of lipoid pneumonia from ingestion of squalene, a derivative of shark liver oil, a popular over-the-counter Asian folkExpand
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