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9 results for: mental health research
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A recent study from Ontario delved into the self-reports of almost 3,000 adolescents in the 2014 Ontario Child Health Study. The...
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An interesting study recently looked at the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and positive childhood experiences (PCEs)....
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The CDC last week released a study showing that teen depression and suicidal thoughts have risen by more than 40% in the last ten years....
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A recent study analyzed the extent to which positive experiences helped counteract adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and found some...
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A new study yielded some interesting findings about long-term memories of abuse.  The researchers tracked down 104 adults who had been...
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For many decades, it has been conventional wisdom that children who suffer abuse become angry, and that anger in turn leads to aggression...
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A pattern that shows up very often in studies of resilience is a high correlation between resilience and self-esteem. It would be very...
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Two recently-published studies claim that mindfulness training can help children cope with stress in school. The first study was small,...
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One very important issue for youth-serving organizations is what factors help children recover from abuse or neglect. It is a complicated...