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A short version of the Self Description Questionnaire II: operationalizing criteria for short-form evaluation with new applications of confirmatory factor analyses.
Four studies evaluate the new Self Description Questionnaire II short-form (SDQII-S) that measures 11 dimensions of adolescent self-concept based on responses to 51 of the original 102 SDQII itemsExpand
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Construct Validity of the Multidimensional Structure of Bullying and Victimization: An Application of Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling.
Existing research posits multiple dimensions of bullying and victimization but has not identified well-differentiated facets of these constructs that meet standards of good measurement: goodness ofExpand
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A multidimensional perspective of relations between self-concept (Self Description Questionnaire II) and adolescent mental health (Youth Self-Report).
Relations between self-concept and mental health are best understood from a multidimensional perspective. For responses by 903 adolescents (mean age = 12.6) to a new French translation of the SelfExpand
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School bullying : psychosocial determinants and effective intervention
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In the looking glass : a reciprocal effects model elucidating the complex nature of bullying, psychological determinants, and the central role of self-concept
Publisher Summary This chapter addresses the multidimensional self-concepts and other personality characteristics of bullies and victims. Bullying is a growing and significant problem in manyExpand
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Temporal ordering effects of adolescent depression, relational aggression, and victimization over six waves: Fully latent reciprocal effects models.
The temporal ordering of depression, aggression, and victimization has important implications for theory, policy, and practice. For a representative sample of high school students (Grades 7-10; N =Expand
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Aggressive school troublemakers and victims : a longitudinal model examining the pivotal role of self-concept
Aggressive Troublemaker (getting into physical fights, getting into trouble, being seen as a troublemaker, and being punished for getting into trouble) and Victim (being threatened with harm, notExpand
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Aboriginal girls circle: enhancing connectedness and promoting resilience for Aboriginal girls
This report presents an evaluation of the Aboriginal Girls’ Circle, an intervention targeted to increase social connection, participation and self-confidence amongst Aboriginal girls attendingExpand
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The effectiveness of an early intervention team in the treatment of first-episode psychosis
Objective To compare clinical practice and treatment effectiveness in patients managed by an early intervention (EI) team, and a general adult mental health team, and explore implications for serviceExpand
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