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This study describes the distribution and length of stay (LOS) for children and adolescents in inpatient psychiatric facilities and identifies factors associated with LOS. The data are from the 1986 Client/Patient Sample Survey, a nationally representative survey conducted by the National...
When social workers judge that an antisocially behaving adolescent has a mental disorder, what are the implications of that attribution for other clinical judgments about the youth? Clinical case vignettes that satisfied DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for conduct disorder were presented to 250 MSW...
Risk factors for delinquency and substance use were used to explore racial differences in a sample of 567 adolescents. Factors used in this study included beliefs, peer and sibling influences, school attachment and commitment, family relationships, and academic and social skills. Data from...
Using generalizability theory as a guide, this study discusses statistical problems and strategies of analyzing longitudinal rating data involving multiple raters—a common type of data issue frequently encountered in social work evaluations. To disentangle raters' bias from clients' true change,...
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