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Generalized anxiety disorder in referred children and adolescents.
- G. Masi, S. Millepiedi, M. Mucci, P. Poli, N. Bertini, Luca Milantoni
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of the American Academy of Child and…
- 1 June 2004
Referred children and adolescents with generalized anxiety disorder are heavily symptomatic and have frequent comorbidity, which may help early diagnosis and prevention of superimposed mental disorders.
Self-Reported Depressive Symptoms in a School Sample of Italian Children and Adolescents
Girls scored higher than boys, and young adolescents (11–13 years) scored lower than pre-pubertal children and older adolescents, and showed fewer thoughts of death.
Symptomatology and comorbidity of generalized anxiety disorder in children and adolescents.
Depressive Symptoms in Children and Adolescents with Dysthymic Disorder
Clinical features of ‘pure’ dysthymic disorder (DD, without superimposed major depressive disorder, MDD) in a sample of children and adolescents are examined, finding that children showed less symptoms than adolescents, but the symptomatic profile was comparable.
Depressive Symptoms and Academic Self-Image in Adolescence
The data indicate that the pattern of correlation between emotional beliefs about schooling and learning are significantly related to CDI scores, but this correlation is not evident for the cognitive beliefs.
Dysthymic disorder in adolescents with intellectual disability.
- G. Masi, M. Mucci, L. Favilla, P. Poli
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of intellectual disability research…
- 1 April 1999
According to the present data, dysthymic disorder can be diagnosed in adolescents with mild ID and the K-SADS clinical interview seems to be a reliable instrument for the diagnosis and clinical definition of depressive symptomatology in this special population.
The Relation between Metacognition and Depressive Symptoms in Preadolescents with Learning Disabilities: Data in Support of Borkowski's Model.
Borkowski and colleagues (Borkowski, Carr, Rellinger, & Pressley, 1990; Borkowski, Johnston, & Reid, 1986; Borkowski & Muthukrishna, 1992) proposed a model that relates behavioral patterns of…
Winning beliefs in mathematical problem solving
The results show that good solvers and poor solvers have significantly different concepts of a mathematical problem: some beliefs appear to be winning in that they are able to activate the correct utilization of knowledge.
Depression and School Functioning in Non-Referred Adolescents: A Pilot Study
- G. Masi, B. Sbrana, P. Poli, Francesco Tomaiuolo, L. Favilla, M. Marcheschi
- PsychologyChild psychiatry and human development
The data indicate that the emotional beliefs about schooling and learning were significantly related to depressive symptomatology, and females scored higher in CDI and school anxiety.
Impulsive-Reflective Cognitive Style, Metacognition, and Emotion in Adolescence
Impulsive cognitive style had significantly higher scores than subjects with Reflective cognitive style on a self-rating scale for childhood depression, the Children's Depression Inventory, and no differences between the two groups were found in metacognitive knowledge.