Volume 8 Issue 2 (2015)
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

Special issue: Places and spaces: The domain of adolescence

Edited by Myra Taylor, Julie Ann Pooley, and Joav Merrick

Editorial

Places and spaces
Myra Taylor, Julie Ann Pooley, and Joav Merrick

Review Articles

A review of intervention programs that assist the transition for adolescence into high school and the prevention of mental health problems
Rose Woods and Julie Ann Pooley

Collaborative practice development to improve clinical outcomes for adolescents with co-occurring mental illness, substance use and impulse control disorders
Michael K Monisse-Redman

Original Articles

Loneliness, reputational orientations and positive mental well-being during adolescence
Annemaree Carroll, Stephen Houghton, Amanda Bourgeois, John Hattie, Carol Tan, and Asyegul Ozsoy

The social and emotional well-being and mental health implications for adolescents transitioning to secondary boarding school
David J Mander, Leanne Lester, and Donna Cross

Bullying behaviour following students’ transition to a secondary boarding school context
Leanne Lester, David J Mander, and Donna Cross

Goals and life plans of adolescents studying in integration classes in Poland
Hanna Liberska, Alicja Malina, Dorota Suwalska-Barancewicz, and Eliza Wielgomas

Bullying, cyberbullying, depression and suicide ideation among youth: Comparing online to paper-and-pencil questionnaires
Yonatan Shpiegel, Anat Brunstein Klomek, and Alan Apter

Benefits of getting hooked on sports or the arts: Examining the connectedness of youth who participate in sport and creative arts activities
Julie M Bower and Annemaree Carroll

Developing well-being in Australian youth: Contingencies of self-esteem
Mandie B Shean, Lynne Cohen, and Terry de Jong

Adolescent involvement in out-of-control parties: Social media responders’ perspectives on underage alcohol consumption and violent antisocial party behaviours
Umneea Khan and Myra F Taylor

‘Out on the street it’s like a brotherhood of sorts’: The commonality of violent offending within Scottish and Australian street-orientated youth subcultures
Myra F Taylor, Ross Deuchar, and Joanne van der Leun

‘I don’t do it to be deviant it’s just unfortunate that it’s illegal’: Prolific graffiti offenders’ perspectives on what it would take to stop them from writing graffiti illegally on the streets
Myra F Taylor

Abstinence from alcohol may indeed be the best policy: 32 month longitudinal outcomes among adolescents in the United Kingdom
Michael T McKay, Martin Dempster, and Jon C Cole

Description and preliminary investigation of Family TIES (Training in Essential Skills), a strategy for treating youth aggression and related problems in a social services agency
Stephen Ellenbogen, Robert Calame, Kim Parker, Johannes Finne, and Nico Trocmé

The development of early onset, chronic, and versatile offending: The role of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and mediating factors
Raymond R Corrado and Evan C McCuish

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