Kim Covell

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Our purpose is to examine Canada's new Youth Criminal Justice Act in light of Canada's obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and in contrast to the Young Offenders Act. After reviewing the Convention and the Young Offenders Act, we examine the new act to determine its consistency with the Convention. We conclude that the new act is(More)
Age and sex differences in beliefs about strategies for reducing parental anger were assessed. The central question was whether direct intervention strategies are the most effective for, and reflect more advanced understanding of, anger reduction. In Study 1, 120 children ages 4-9 years generated strategies they believed would lessen a parent's anger(More)
The increased prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD), with associated societal and clinical impacts, calls for a broad community-based dialogue on treatment related ethical and social issues. The Stony Brook Guidelines, based on a community dialogue process with affected individuals, families and professionals, identify and discuss the following(More)
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