Antisocial and Violent Youth, Volume 2
Jalal Shamsie, Carole Hood, Joanne Lawrence
Centre for Addiction & Mental Health, 2003 - Medical - 230 pages
For 25 years, Dr. Jalal Shamsie has been selecting clinically relevant articles, from more than 70 professional scientific journals, on antisocial and violent behaviour in youth, and offering valuable summaries of the latest research findings. His goal has been to give this research a new life by making it accessible to parents, front-line workers, policy-makers and other professionals. Antisocial and Violent Youth, Volume II covers literature from 1998 to 2002. The articles reflect important research on: anti-social and aggressive behaviour conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder ADHD juvenile offenders abuse and neglect substance-related disorders suicide. Antisocial and Violent Youth, Volume II has been awarded Curriculum Services Canada's CSC Seal recommending it as a reference for teachers and other school professionals who work with children and youth.
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