Browsing by Subject "Psychology, Developmental (0620)"

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  • Masterson, Marilyn K. (Kansas State University, 2010-05-06)
    Chronic sorrow has been defined as a permanent and reoccurring experience of pervasive sadness and loss which underlies the life experience and which recurs over time for the parent of a child with developmental, medical, ...
  • Bartel, Teresa Maria Campbell (Kansas State University, 2005-11-17)
    As the number of adoptable infants within the U.S. has declined, many families have chosen to adopt internationally. According to the U.S. Department of State, for the 2002 fiscal year 19,139 immigrant visas were issued ...
  • Schliep, Corey Dale (Kansas State University, 2008-12-18)
    Despite the intensified research efforts into the field of Infant Mental Health and Marriage and Family Therapy, a truly systemically designed program has not been developed. This formative evaluation study illuminates the ...
  • Rarick, Timothy Michael (Kansas State University, 2008-12-01)
    Research has determined three main pathways or orientations to happiness: Meaning, Pleasure, and Engagement (Peterson, Park, & Seligman, 2005). Each has shown to have a substantial impact on an individual's satisfaction ...
  • Oesterle, Heidi (Kansas State University, 2009-08-14)
    This report describes the role of cultural socialization in the ethnic identity formation of internationally adopted children. This report explores the process of integrating the child’s birth culture and the complexities ...
  • Sonnentag, Tammy L. (Kansas State University, 2010-11-23)
    The term “moral rebel” describes an individual who refuses to comply, remain silent, or conform to others when doing so would compromise his or her values. Although researchers have identified individuals whose moral ...
  • Bartel, Jeffrey Scott (Kansas State University, 2006-11-27)
    When adolescents are the subjects of developmental research into prosocial behaviors, the evidence suggests that both peers and parents are contributors to adolescents’ helping behavior. However, these two predictors are ...
  • Andres, Shandi D. (Kansas State University, 2010-12-15)
    This M.S. report provides an evaluative review of research on parental influences on adolescent sexual decision-making. Data show that a significant proportion of never-married female and male teens (ages 15-19) have had ...
  • McNeil Sallman, Cyndi (Kansas State University, 2007-08-01)
    Play is essential to child development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth. The integration of play and play therapy techniques with child and family ...
  • Lancaster, Joseph Paul Jr. (Kansas State University, 2008-05-15)
    The use of hidden Markov models in autism recognition and analysis is investigated. More specifically, we would like to be able to determine a person's level of autism (AS, HFA, MFA, LFA) using hidden Markov models ...

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