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The Differentiated Impact of Bridging and Bonding Social Capital on Economic Well-Being: An Individual Level Perspective
Social capital refers to trust, norms, and social networks. One of the most important features of social capital is its claimed capacity of promoting economic well-being. Theorists have assumed that…
Low-income single mothers' community violence exposure and aggressive parenting practices
Human trafficking of children in Illinois: Prevalence and characteristics
Didn't we just see you? Time to recurrence among frequently encountered families in CPS
Neighborhood Disorder and Paternal Involvement of Nonresident and Resident Fathers
Using data of 775 nonresident father families and 1,407 resident father families from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, this study examined whether neighborhood disorder was associated…
Effectiveness and limitations of the Earned Income Tax Credit for reducing child poverty in the United States
Cannabis Withdrawal, Posttreatment Abstinence, and Days to First Cannabis Use Among Emerging Adults in Substance Use Treatment
- Jordan P. Davis, D. Smith, Jason W. Morphew, Xinrong Lei, Saijun Zhang
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of drug issues
- 1 January 2016
Emerging adults with DSM-5 cannabis withdrawal may have difficulty initiating abstinence in the days following their intake assessment, implying the need for strategies to mitigate their more rapid return to cannabis use.
The Impact of Family Engagement and Child Welfare Services on Maltreatment Re-reports and Substantiated Re-reports
Examination of data collected during a statewide experimental evaluation of CPS found that service duration, intensity, and breadth were unrelated to maltreatment re-report or substantiated re-reports, but caseworker ratings of the service-need match were associated with both.
Exploring Whether Talking With Parents, Siblings, and Friends Moderates the Association Between Peer Victimization and Adverse Psychosocial Outcomes
- J. Hong, Saijun Zhang, A. González-Prendes, M. Albdour
- PsychologyJournal of interpersonal violence
- 8 January 2020
Although ease of talking with parents had a lower likelihood of alcohol/tobacco use, it increased alcohol/Tobacco risk when peer victimization increased, and talking with siblings did not buffer the association betweenpeer victimization and adverse outcomes.