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Teacher perceptions of youth suicide: Knowledge and opinions of suicide and perceived self-efficacy in the identification of students at risk for suicide
The purpose of this study was to examine public school teachers’ perceptions and understanding of youth suicide. Specifically, this study aimed to determine the extent of teachers’ knowledge of youth suicide, attitudes ...
Relationship and collective impact of attention, processing speed, and working memory: Validation of the cognitive facilitation/inhibition domain of the Integrated SNP/CHC model
A great deal of research has focused upon the relationship between attention and working memory (WM; Cowan, 2010a; Oberauer & Bialkova, 2009) and WM and processing speed (PS; Fry & Hale, 2000; Kail, 2007; Nettelbeck & ...
The efficacy of video self-modeling in ameliorating aggressive behavior among students identified as at-risk within a response to intervention paradigm
The purpose of this study was to investigate the efficacy of video self-modeling (VSM) with early elementary-aged children who have not been evaluated as having a disability entitling them to special education services, ...
Confirmatory factor analysis of the NEPSY: A Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment, Second Edition in a mixed clinical sample of children
The NEPSY: A Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment, Second Edition (NEPSY-II) is a comprehensive battery of neuropsychological measures purported to assess the neurocognitive functioning in children between the ages ...
The experience of parenting school-aged triplets and higher-order multiples from the perspective of heterosexual, married mothers: A qualitative study
In the past thirty years, the incidence of multiple births has risen dramatically. Although some research has been conducted on parenting twins, little research exists that examines parenting triplets and higher-order ...