A Case Study Of Erikson's Theory Of Psychosocial Development
Psychosocial Theory-A Case Study by
Description of Sources in Bukhara in the 18th and 19th Centuries. Structural Generality of Uzbek Language Clauses. Depiction of Diseases in Literature. Causes, Symptoms, Classification and Treatment of Neurosis. What makes up effective teaching?
A case-control study of psychosocial risk and protective factors of self-immolation in Iran
Children and juvenile delinquency is considered as one of the problems and concerns of different countries. This phenomenon has a growing trend in our country as one of the youngest countries in the world. This study aims at investigating the factors affecting juvenile delinquency.
In order to make informed decisions about how best to support children and young people with disabilities, effective strategies that facilitate active and meaningful participation in school are required. Clinical factors, diagnosis or impairments somewhat helpful in determining what should be provided in interventions. However, clinical factors alone will not offer a clear view of how to support participation. It is helpful then to look at wider psychosocial and environmental factors. The aim of this review was to synthesise evidence of psychosocial and environmental factors associated with school participation of 4—12 year old children with disabilities to inform the development of participation-fostering interventions.