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  Teenage Drug Use in the United States
.... These programs tap into the root causes of problematic adolescent developments such as self esteem, competency, negative peer pressure, the recognition and ....
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Influences on Children
.... Mostly we hear about the negative effects of peer pressure. .... How to combat negative peer pressure. Current Health 2, a Weekly Reader Publication, 29(1):29-31. ....
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Influences on Young People
.... Mostly we hear about the negative effects of peer pressure. .... How to combat negative peer pressure. Current Health 2, a Weekly Reader Publication, 29(1):29-31. ....
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Model Drug Intervention Programs Introdu
.... relationships; these programs assume that because adolescents are susceptible to peer pressure, teaching them to resist negative peer pressure (pressure to use ....
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Drug Use Among Adolescents
.... has shown that the absence of peer influence is also a negative factor that .... E. Peer pressure, refusal skills and adolescent alcohol use In this study, Wynn and ....
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LatchKey Children
.... More than just a deterrent against negative peer pressure, after-school programs were also found to be beneficial by the US Justice and Education departments. ....
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Group Behavior in Children Lancelotta, GX and S. Vaughn. (1989). ...
.... if an aggressive behavior such as fighting has less of a negative impact on .... Peer pressure is very powerful at this age, and it is likely that children would ....
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Adolescent Depression & Treatment Outcomes
.... Substance abuse was associated with negative peer pressure, but these youth were otherwise little different from youths with no problems. ....
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The youth gang problem in Southern California
.... example. Role modeling is one of the most effective methods for giving teenagers the means to cope with negative peer pressure. Role ....
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Improving Self-esteem of High School Students
.... rote. Role modeling is one of the most effective method for giving teenagers the means to cope with negative peer pressure. Role ....
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ISSUES IN ADOLESCENCE
.... to: understanding self, confronting family relationships, peer pressure and substance .... interventions that help adolescents overcome any negative effects exerted ....
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Adolescence & Counseling Approaches
.... to: understanding self, confronting family relationships, peer pressure and substance .... interventions that help adolescents overcome any negative effects exerted ....
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Public Service Announcementsl
.... this and notes attempts to teach young people how to resist peer pressure. .... about the danger of drugs, 52 percent felt they developed negative feelings toward ....
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African American Response to AA
.... positive ways, thus making them more vulnerable to peer pressure that may .... The negative effects of excessive alcohol consumption across demographic groups have ....
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Solutions to School Violence Since the early 1990
.... Other studies have discovered that many students often feel peer pressure to harass .... measures, which create restrictive environments, send a negative message to ....
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Achievement Differences Between School & At-home Education
.... schools, contrasting views about discipline, providing a better learning environment for special needs children, avoiding negative peer pressure, devoting more ....
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School Violence
.... The provision of timely interventions with these well-designed lesson plans could decrease their susceptibility to negative peer pressure in the long run. ....
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Adolescent Stress & Its Treatment
.... This relationship was especially true for negative events .... those who not only have high stress levels but also a good deal of peer pressure; another contributive ....
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Role of Media in Violence in America
.... "When all of the positive and negative evidence for .... Peer pressure is a contributing factor to violence among young Americans, including but not limited to the ....
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Drug Education Programs
.... age students decision-making and peer-pressure coping skills .... that awards drug-free students as peer-group role .... Elliott (1993) gives a negative evaluation of a ....
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Gifted Students
.... Peer pressure exerts a tremendous force on most on most teenagers in America. .... These characteristics can be considered positive or negative depending on context ....
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Urban youth gangs
.... institutions; the gang functions to meet these needs in a negative way (Fox .... Teenagers state that they join gangs due to boredom, peer pressure, and to obtain ....
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Criminal Justice Group Therapy
.... pathologically destructive if we deny all responsibility for the negative things that .... a sense of we-ness can be fostered which allows peer pressure to have the ....
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Criminology Theory of a Case
.... the study concluded, "environmental factors such as peer pressure may influence .... self-interest (Hoffman 1). People weigh the possible negative consequences of ....
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African American Youth Violence
.... youth. These youths are taught how to give positive and negative feedback, solve problems, and resist peer pressure. Results of ....
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Crime, Punishment and Free Will
.... the study concluded, "environmental factors such as peer pressure may influence .... self-interest (Hoffman 1). People weigh the possible negative consequences of ....
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MANDATORY DRUG EDUCATION WEEK
.... transferred and used in real life situations, and present the negative consequences of .... high school students the skills they need to resist peer pressure to use ....
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Characteristics of Effective Counselors
.... on these findings, the authors concluded that overcoming negative family experiences may .... How do effective counselors respond to authority and/or peer pressure? ....
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Youth Drug Use & Prevention
.... Too many of today's schools contribute to the negative development of student .... abuse, namely attitudes of the users themselves and peer pressure (Dusenbury and ....
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Modern Japan and Education
.... effort for school events, and peer pressure for classroom .... gains entry to college, the pressure for academic .... such layoffs would have negative repercussions for ....
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