Psychological Adjustment in Adopted Children

Predictors of Psychological Adjustment in Adopted Children


The Study

A recent study has focused on the factors that predict psychological adjustment in children who were placed for adoption before they were 1.5 years old. The researchers aimed to find out what affected adopted children’s internalizing (sadness, withdrawal) and externalizing symptoms (acting out, defiance). 

The Relationship of Bullying and Victimization to ADHD in Elementary School Children

Shouting boy

Testing Bullying Behavior against Reintegrative Shaming Theory


Factors that Distinguish OCD from Other Anxiety Disorders in Young People

Outraged girl

Emotional and Relational Symptoms of Adolescents’ ADHD as Risk Factors for Bullying

Adolescent males

Bullying and Victimization in ADHD and Asperger Syndrome Populations

Lonely teen

Temperament, ADHD, and School Bullying

Children on school playground