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The prevalence of psychological maladjustment in homeless adolescents (n = 54) was compared to a control group (n = 58) in Brisbane, Australia using the Youth Self-Report Scale. Overall, 74% of the homeless group and 22.4% of the control group scored within the clinical range on one or more of the clinical subscales. There was considerable diversity of(More)
Previous research on homeless adolescents has largely ignored the distinction between those who have left home on their own volition (runaways), and those who have been forced to leave (throwaways). Fifty-two homeless adolescents in Brisbane, Australia, were assessed to compare male and female runaways and throwaways for social adjustment and(More)
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