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Bidirectional influences between maternal and paternal parenting and children's disruptive behaviour from kindergarten to grade 2
Empirical evidence suggests that children's disruptive behaviour (CDB) and quality of parenting influence one another bidirectionally. However, few studies have considered the separate contributionExpand
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Development Process and Outcome Evaluation of a Program for Raising Awareness of Indirect and Relational Aggression in Elementary Schools: A Preliminary Study
Abstract. The development process of a program for raising awareness of indirect and relational aggression in elementary school children and teachers is described and a preliminary outcome evaluationExpand
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Mother's and father's parental adjustment: Links to externalising behaviour problems in sons and daughters
This study examined links between parents (189 mothers, 153 fathers) adjustment and children's externalising behaviour problems (97 girls; 92 boys) representative of the general population.Expand
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Frequency of Mental Health Disorders in a Sample of Elementary School Students Receiving Special Educational Services for Behavioural Difficulties
Objective: Despite being essential for defining and planning special educational services, very few data are available in Quebec regarding the nature and extent of behavioural difficulties presentedExpand
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Gender-related aggressive strategies, psychosocial adjustment, and parental influences in middle childhood
The present study examined three dimensions of children's aggression: (1) gender differences in the use of physical, verbal, and indirect strategies of aggression; (2) the relations between type ofExpand
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Longitudinal associations between conduct problems and depressive symptoms among girls and boys with early conduct problems
Youth with conduct problems (CP) may experience high rates of depressive symptoms (DS). However, little is known about the direction of the longitudinal associations between CP and DS in thisExpand
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Rheumatoid factors in rheumatoid arthritis and vasculitis
SummaryTo study the occurrence of rheumatoid factors (RF) in relation to the activity of rheumatoid arthritis and the occurrence of vasculitis, RF of IgM, IgA, and IgG classes were measured in seraExpand
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Erratum to: Longitudinal associations between conduct problems and depressive symptoms among girls and boys with early conduct problems
Youth with conduct problems (CP) may experience high rates of depressive symptoms (DS). However, little is known about the direction of the longitudinal associations between CP and DS in thisExpand
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Predictors of childhood trajectories of overt and indirect aggression: An interdisciplinary approach
The aim of this study was to advance our understanding of the development of aggression in boys and girls by testing a model combining insights from both evolutionary theory and developmentalExpand
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