Research Article
16/5/2017
Seyedeh Fatemeh Sajjadi, Habibe Riyahi, Sanaz Behbuei
Borderline personality (BP) is a serious mental condition in clinical practice which is marked by aggression and is shown to be affected by traumatic life events.This study aimed to determine the relationship between early trauma and aggressive traits as predictive factors of borderline personality features (BPF) in ... read more
Research Article
29/5/2017
Kathy B. Knight, Janie W. Cole, Lacy M. Dodd, Charlotte B. Oakley
Although Mississippi is making modest progress in childhood obesity prevention and reduction; most of the recent benefits are seen in white children. The purpose of Eating good and moving like we should (EGMLWS), a school-based intervention was to create a successful program to prevent and reduce childhood ... read more
Research Article
19/2/2017
Roya Abbasi-Asl, Habibollah Naderi, Abbas Akbari
Achievement motivation is among the structures that have been attracting the attention of many researchers in the field of psychology and education.The present study aimed at investigating the mediating role of emotional intelligence in relationship between family communication patterns and achievement motivation.In this correlational study, 291 high ... read more
Research Article
13/2/2017
Peyman Yarmohammadi, Parastoo Yarmohammadi
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables can lower the risk of cancer, cardiovascular diseases and strokes. For adolescents, particularly females, eating enough fruits and vegetables is critical. This study intended to explore fruits and vegetables intake among the female adolescents living in the city of Isfahan, ... read more
Research Article
4/3/2017
Arno Teblick, Sofie De Deken, Wies Vanderbruggen, Marie Vermeersch, Sofie Teblick, Maarten Ruymaekers, Jasmine Andries, Robert Colebunders, Bruno P Mmbando
Although undernutrition in children is widely recognized as a major health problem in Tanzania, region-specific prevalence data remain scarce. The objective of the present study was to determine the prevalence of stunting and thinness among primary-school-aged children in a village in the Arusha region in Tanzania, with ... read more
Research Article
2/5/2017
Faranak Toosi, Changiz Rahimi, Samad Sajjadi
Depression causes poor academic performance, substance abuse, antisocial behavior, school avoidance, and running away from home in adolescents. Due to the high prevalence of depression in adolescents, reliability, and validity of this questionnaire in this age group is of special importance. Symptoms of depression in children and ... read more
Research Article
22/4/2017
Samuel Chng, A. Sadiq Sani
Current concerns around obesity, physical inactivity, eating disorders and their associated health consequences sustains the need for understanding body image and disordered eating in adolescence.The study explored how subjective appraisals of health, familial support, wellbeing and weight are associated with body image and dieting attempts in adolescents.The ... read more

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