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Factors of perceived parental rearing styles: the EMBU-C examined in a sample of Dutch primary school children
The aim of the present study was to explore the dimensional framework underlying the original item pool of 81 items of the Dutch EMBU-C in a large sample of primary school aged children (n = 824). ItExpand
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Parenting and Parental Anxiety and Depression as Predictors of Treatment Outcome for Childhood Anxiety Disorders: Has the Role of Fathers Been Underestimated?
A substantial percentage of children with anxiety disorders do not respond adequately to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Examination of parental factors related to treatment outcome couldExpand
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Negative Life Events of Anxiety Disordered Children: Bad Fortune, Vulnerability, or Reporter Bias?
This article seeks to examine the nature of negative life events of anxiety-disordered children: to what extent are they unique, to what extent are they shared with siblings, and when they areExpand
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Childrearing Style of Anxiety-Disordered Parents
This study investigated whether anxiety-disordered (AD) parents differ in their childrearing style from non-disordered parents. A clinical sample of 36 AD parents with children aged 6–18 was comparedExpand
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Psychiatric Disorder in Detained Male Adolescents as Risk Factor for Serious Recidivism
Objective: A growing body of research consistently shows that detained minors bear substantial mental health needs. However, the relation between mental disorder and criminal recidivism has largelyExpand
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Standardized Screening for Mental Health Needs of Detained Youths from Various Ethnic Origins: The Dutch Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument-Second Version (MAYSI-2)
In the U.S., the Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument-Second Version (MAYSI-2) has been shown to be a reliable and valid tool to identify youth with mental health needs upon entry in detentionExpand
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Temperament and parental child-rearing style: unique contributions to clinical anxiety disorders in childhood
Both temperament and parental child-rearing style are found to be associated with childhood anxiety disorders in population studies. This study investigates the contribution of not only temperamentExpand
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Psychopathic-like traits in detained adolescents: clinical usefulness of self-report
Studies have demonstrated that self-report tools can be used to reliably and validly examine psychopathic-like traits in adolescents. However, it is unclear if self-report instruments are stillExpand
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Neural correlates of social decision-making in severely antisocial adolescents.
Neurobiological and behavioral findings suggest that the development of delinquent behavior is associated with atypical social-affective processing. However, to date, no study has examined neuralExpand
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