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Psychosocial Intervention
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Psychosocial Intervention vol.28 n.2 Madrid Aug. 2019

 Articles
  
 ·  Implementation factors that predict positive outcomes in a community-based intervention program for at-risk adolescents
García-Poole, Chloe; Byrne, Sonia; Rodrigo, María-José

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 ·  Victimization and perpetration of bullying/cyberbullying: connections with emotional and behavioral problems and childhood stress
Garaigordobil, Maite; Machimbarrena, Juan M

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 ·  Cyberbullying, psychosocial adjustment, and suicidal ideation in adolescence
Iranzo, Begoña; Buelga, Sofía; Cava, María-Jesús; Ortega-Barón, Jessica

        · abstract in English | Spanish     · text in English     · English ( pdf )
  
 ·  Effects of a standardized curriculum on physical activity and body composition in after-school program participants with BMI scores above the 90th percentile: assessing theory-based predictors
Annesi, James J

        · abstract in English | Spanish     · text in English     · English ( pdf )
  
 ·  Transformational parenting style, autonomy support, and their implications for adolescent athletes' burnout
Álvarez, Octavio; Castillo, Isabel; Moreno-Pellicer, Raquel

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 ·  Is school adjustment related to environmental empathy and connectedness to nature?
Musitu-Ferrer, Daniel; Esteban-Ibañez, Macarena; León-Moreno, Celeste; García, Oscar F

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