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Title: An individualized intervention to improve asthma management among urban Latino and African-American families
Authors: Bonner,Sebastian;Zimmerman,Barry J.;Evans,David;Irigoyen,Matilde;Resnick,David;Mellins,Robert D.
Source: , 2009, : ,pg 117- 133
Subjects: Asthma Blacks Client Education Hispanics Self Management Health Education Illness Behavior Intervention Pediatrics Urban Environments Human Male Female US individualized asthma education intervention self-regulation model health outcomes pediatric family
Additional Information: ID: 2969; TA: Psychology: Professional & Research; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Treatment Outcome/Clinical Trial; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20090810 (PsycINFO)
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Title: Temperament in early development
Authors: Calkins,Susan D.;Degnan,Kathryn A.
Source: , 2006, : ,pg 64- 84
Subjects: infant temperament early development assessments of temperament childhood psychopathology behavior problems adjustment self-regulation Infant Development Personality Development Personality Measures Psychopathology Self Management Childhood Development
Additional Information: ID: 1853; ID: 685; ID: 983; 14536-006. First Author & Affiliation: Calkins, Susan D.; University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, US. Release Date: 20060313. Publication Type: Book; Edited Book. Media Covered: Print. Document Type: Original Chapter. Book Type: Handbook/Manual. ISBN: 0-471-48839-9, hardcover. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Infant Development; Personality Development; Personality Measures; Psychopathology; Self Management. Minor Descriptor(s): Adjustment; Behavior Problems; Childhood Development. Classification: Psychological Disorders (3210). Population: Human (10). Age Group:Childhood (birth-12 yrs) (100); Infancy (2-23 mo) (140); . Intended Audience: Psychology: Professional & Research (PS). Grant Information: This chapter was supported by National Institute of Health grants to the author first (MH 55584 and MH 58144). References Available: Y.
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