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This study used administrative child welfare data from California to examine the relationship of the characteristics of children and their families to whether children were placed in kinship foster care or in some other form of child welfare placement. It was found that many characteristics of...
Mother-child data of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth were used to identify the parenting practices that mediate relations between persistent, recent, and transitional poverty and the externalizing and internalizing behaviors of children four to five years old. Persistent poverty is...
Although the growth rate for HIV/AIDS for incarcerated people is nearly six times the rate of the U.S. population, AIDS education programs within the corrections system have been slow to develop. A quasi-experimental research study found that a 10-session psychoeducational group intervention was...
The study discussed in this article describes the characteristics of 188 patients who were residing in a state psychiatric hospital on July 1, 1995, and identifies the patient-related factors associated with the 74 patients who were discharged within four years of the survey date. Because of...
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