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Library Assignment #1 - Claire White Psychology 2980...

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Claire White Psychology 2980 February 1 st , 2008 Part One: Galileo 1. Carins, J., & Booth, C. (2002). Salivary immunoglobulin-A as a marker of stress during strenuous physical training. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 73 (12), 1203-1207. 2. Cox, J. E. J. (1994). Self-care in the classroom for children with chronic illness: A case study of a student with cystic fibrosis. (2), 121-128. 3. Keywords: Autism Disorder and Social Maturity; Peer Reviewed; Human; 2007- 2008; Preschool Age; English Peterson, C. C., Slaughter, V. P., & Paynter, J. (2007). Social maturity and theory of mind in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 48 (12), 1243-1250. GIL 4. Science 2 nd Floor Reference; Sci Ref RC455.2.C4 D536 2000 5. Yes; Main 6 th Floor; BF721 .J86 Part Two: Article 1 1. Citation? Odgers, C. L., Moretti, M. M., Burnette, M. L., Chauhan, P., Waite, D., & Reppucci, N. D. (2007). A latent variable modeling approach to identifying subtypes of serious and violent female juvenile
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Aggressive Behavior, 33 (4), 339-352. 2. Topic? Relevance? This article examines adolescent female delinquents and what factors contribute to their violent behavior. This article describes the details of a thorough experiment involved in determining the factors relevant. There was a population of female delinquents, both with and without mental handicaps, but all with criminal records. This article will be helpful when proposing my experiment, because it uses several modern techniques involved with obtaining and analyzing data from delinquent minors, also this journal is full of relevant statistics. 3. Participants? 133 adolescent female participants between the ages of 13-19 of varying ethnicities, with a mental average of low to average, and mental disabilities such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, or a combination of two or more of these disorders 4. Independent Variables? This was more of an observation technique, so nothing was manipulated. However, there were several ways in which they collected data, including: personal and clinical interviews, computerized diagnostic, self diagnostic report, and official family and person files. 5. Dependent Variables? This was interested in collecting and analyzing information that pertained to the causes and reasons for female delinquent and criminal behavior. This journal focused on mental/psychiatric diagnosis, drugs and alcohol, exposure to violence, and social class. 6. Hypothesis? Girls exposed to violence, have psychiatric disorders, and are in a culturally offending relationship are at higher risk of becoming delinquents. 7.
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