Knowledge of Safety of High and Low Active-Impulsive Boys: Implications for Child Injury Prevention

@inproceedings{Mori1995KnowledgeOS,
  title={Knowledge of Safety of High and Low Active-Impulsive Boys: Implications for Child Injury Prevention},
  author={Lisa Mori and Lizette Peterson},
  year={1995}
}
Preventing childhood injuries is a worthy endeavor for child psychologists, because injury causes more fatalities among the young than all other diseases combined. Highly active, impulsive boys appear to be at special risk for injury occurrence. In this study, kindergarten, third-, and sixth-grade boys (n = 95) who were rated by their teachers as high or low on the Inattention/Overactivity factor of the Iowa Conners (Loney and Milich, 1982) sewed as participants and their knowledge of safety… CONTINUE READING

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