Volume 11 Issue 1 (2018)
International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health

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Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1939-5930
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double Column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

Marijuana use in adolescence
Joav Merrick and Donald E Greydanus

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Tin Ka Ping P.A.T.H.S. Project in Mainland China: Preliminary evaluation findings
Daniel TL Shek, Tak-Yan Lee, Rachel CF Sun, Florence KY Wu, and Janet TY Leung

Food insecurity and BMI for children and adolescents across six grade levels
Oliver W Edwards and Whitney Shipman

School psychology: A case study and needs assessment in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Mona I Alsoqaih, Salman Elbedour, Gregory Reed, Kamilah Woodson, Elizabeth Ricks, and and Joav Merrick

Promotion of service leadership qualities in Chinese university students: Objective outcome evaluation based on six waves of data
Hildie Leung, Daniel TL Shek, and Li Lin

Exploring physical activity engagement in secondary school students in Montevideo, Uruguay: A qualitative study
Irene Parobii, Andrew E Springer, Melissa B Harrell, Lucía M Gomensoro, María T Fresco, Nianest Alers, Cheryl L Perry, and Diego Estol

Identifying factors associated with autism spectrum disorder based on a comprehensive national survey
Kotwoallama R Zerbo, Chen Mo, Jingjing Yin, and Hani M Samawi

Cyberbullying in colleges and universities: A survey of student experiences and attitudes about cyberbullying
Salihah Alqahtani, Salman Elbedour, Kimberley Freeman, Elizabeth Ricks, Gregory Reed, Kamilah Woodson Reed, and Joav Merrick

Evaluation findings of Tin Ka Ping P.A.T.H.S. Project implemented in junior secondary schools: Implementers’ views
Daniel TL Shek, Xiaoqin Zhu, and Janet TY Leung

Subjective outcome evaluation of the Tin Ka Ping P.A.T.H.S. Project: Views of senior secondary school students
Daniel TL Shek, Irene Wu, and Moon YM Law

Adolescent confidentiality concerns and use of sensitive health services: A retrospective cohort study of AddHealth participants
Kenesha F Smith and Larissa R Brunner Huber