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Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying in Greece: An Empirical Study
The use of Internet technology has changed the way people interact rendering face-to face and verbal communication a trend of the past. Thus, a new world has been created for young people, who send emails, visit websites, use webcams, chat rooms and instant messaging through social media for communi...
Help interactions between adolescents with an autism spectrum disorder and theirs teachers
International audience At school, learning typically occurs through some form of social interaction between teachers and students. Moreover, social interactions have been reported to be one of the best means to reach understanding of learning processes, school events, and, more generally, students’...
The contribution to civic equality of a school geography including gender
Gender is a powerful factor in the production of space, including public space. It meets gender norms and helps to perpetuate a gender dichotomic and hierarchical society. The School is a place to learn about these gender norms. Despite the republican principles it should convey, the School is there...
Rapid maxillary expansion as a treatment for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in children and adolescents: an evaluation by polysomnography and quality of life
Os distúrbios respiratórios relacionados ao sono variam do ronco a distúrbios mais graves, como a síndrome da apnéia obstrutiva do sono (SAOS). Afeta a qualidade de vida das crianças e está relacionada à respiração bucal, uma das principais causas das maloclusões. O objetivo desta pesquisa foi avali...
Effect of Weather, School Transport, and Perceived Neighborhood Characteristics on Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Levels of Adolescents From Two European Cities
Electromyographic caracterisation in children and adolescents with non-specific chronic low back pain.
The majority of the worldwide population (80%) suffers from low back pain (LBP) over life. LBP becomes chronic (CLBP) in 10 to 15% of (all) adult cases yielding important functional and socio-economic adverse repercussions. The majority of LBP (85%) is classified as “non-specific” (NSCLBP), i.e. wit...
Surgical treatment of scolioses of 100 stoneware and more in children and adolescents (excluding neurological and myopathic scolioses). A series of 66 cases. [Surgical treatment of scoliosis of 100 degrees and greater in children and adolescents (neurological and myopathic scoliosis excluded). About a series of 66 cases]
In a retrospective study the authors had compared the results obtained in two series of identical scoliosis. All were examined after a two year minimal follow-up. Group A. There were 31 children operated on between 1966 and 1972. The average initial curve measured 111 degrees, and the average follow...
The language behaviour of the minority in urban settings
Three groups of adolescents from an urban environment were subject to experience based on binocular vision and dichotic listening in different ways of presenting guidelines, in which they had to choose between English and French. There are no significant differences between the reactions to the thre...
Thomas Stenger, coord, Digital Natives. Culture, generation and consumption
Under the title that might seem outdated by Digital Natives, this collective book calls for a “consumption and marketing” focus on the digital practices of large adolescents and young adults. For more than fifty years, the inextricable links between young people’s culture and consumption culture hav...
Circulation of cultural forms in technical devices: the social network and young immigrants
The social network can be regarded as a technical device in that it combines both technical agreements for the production of content or the construction of new forms of sociality, and social agreements which enable users to leave their footprint on the social network in question and extract contextu...
New publication: Valuation of AFCC Research and Intervention Revue Dietetic Information — No 1, April 2016
The publication of an article by Emilie Orliange, Valérie-Inès de La Ville and Marie-Line Huc, published in the Dietetic Information journal, covers the food workshops offered to students from the Marguerite Colleges of Valois and Michelle Pallet in Angoulême. These workshops are part of the “Arts d...
Sodium intake and blood pressure in children and adolescents: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Hypertension is a major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. In adults, high sodium intake is associated with elevated blood pressure. In children, experimental studies have shown that reducing sodium intake can reduce blood pressure. However, their external validity is limited, notably because...
The representations of historical science of distressed learners in history classes
We have been interested in a study among students who found that they had failed the single ministerial test in Quebec in their perception of historical science. Data analysis suggests that many of the underachievement students are disenfranchised about history and consider that their learning is di...
Emotional and cognitive processes underlying decision-making : study of children, adolescents and adults with typical development or with autism spectrum disorders
This thesis aimed to provide a better understanding of cognitive and emotional processes underlying the decision under risk. Adopting an integrative perspective that includes approaches of developmental psychology, cognitive psychology and psychopathology, we have successively examined (i) cognitive...
Prevalence of Brazilian children and adolescents who met health criteria for aerobic fitness: systematic review update for Report Card Brazil Project
O objetivo do estudo foi realizar uma atualização das evidências brasileiras sobre a prevalência de crianças e adolescentes que atenderam aos critérios de saúde para aptidão aeróbia. Essa revisão sistemática integra o Projeto Report Card Brasil e a busca foi restrita aos estudos publicados durante o...
Psychosocial adaptation of young people in difficulty according to the parental structure and number of family transitions
This study focuses on the psychosocial adaptation of young people aged 4-17 according to the parental structure, followed by the number of family transitions. The data come from 528 families served by the Quebec Youth Centres. The first hypothesis states that young people from intact families will d...
Screen time and seasonal variation in physical activity among preschool children in Edmonton
Degree: Master of Arts Abstract: Background: The prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity is increasing worldwide. One main determinant of overweight and obesity is inactivity. Little is known about the factors that influence physical activity and sedentary behaviour among young children. Seas...
Development of inhibitoric functions and their cerebraler representation from childhood to adolescents in the context of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHS)
The subject of this study was the development of motor inhibition services for persons with a attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHS). In a cross-cutting analysis, the performance of 97 children and adolescents with and without ADHS was recorded neuropsychologically and functionally using ma...
the adolescent sends requests to the analyst alone or with his/her parents. If demand is actually made by the adolescent, can this be said to be a transfer? Can we identify, in the light of clinical experience, a singularity or specificity of this transfer? Where does the adolescent place the analys...
‘There was a sporadic and vigorously assessed snack.’ Examples of pedagogical reports for the Vienna Youth Court from 1920 to 1970. Focus on: Society and psychiatry in Austria from 1945 to approx. 1970
The cooperation between the Ward for Therapeutic Pedagogy (Heilpädagogische Station) at Vienna University’s Pediatric Clinic and the Juvenile Court of Vienna, which was established in 1911, existed for decades. The focus of this paper is laid on the expertise furnished by the Ward for Therapeutic Pe...
Danger and violence in ‘span style =’ fat-variant: small-caps; 'bitep: a dialectic of the report to the limit
Addressing the danger by seeking security through ‘laying the limit’, supporting support and gradual self-ownership is a highly complex development and corresponds to the daily work of professionals in the educational and educational therapeutic institute (ITEP). How to identify the specificities of...
Encourage young people to want: transfer to the place and transmission
At a time when decision-makers and social stakeholders are looking for efficiency and new techniques that facilitate psychosocial and educational action, it is essential not to forget that the driving force behind change and well-being is access to the desire of the social and psychological subject,...
Attitudes, perceptions and use of the Internet and social networks among teenagers in the Galician community (Spain)
Researchers and institutions have in recent years been showing growing concerns about the use of the Internet among teenagers. Their psychological and behavioural impact often results in risky behaviour, school failure and family problems. Given the interest in the issue at different levels, this wo...
Is humans viable? Is it educated?
the text is part of a historical finding; pedagogy is based on a belief: humans are viable. Every human being is educable. Is this belief not in crisis? The first part of this text highlights the current manifestations of this disbelief in human viability and the educability of young people, adolesc...