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  • 1.Children, Youth and Families & Socioeconomic Status
    Learn how socioeconomic status affects psychological and physical health, education and family well-being.
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  • 2.Work, Stress and Health & Socioeconomic Status
    Stress can affect psychological well-being. Work stress research has examined the psychological demands of a work load, workers’ perceived sense of control over their performance, safety stressors, work organization, and work atmosphere.
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  • 3.PsycINFO® Frequently Asked Questions
    Answers to frequently asked questions about APA's PsycINFO® database.
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  • 4.Ergonomics: The Science For Better Living and Working
    How psychology improves the design of things that people use and the ways in which they work.
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  • 5.Understanding and Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect
    The Child Abuse and Prevention Treatment Act (CAPTA) defines child abuse and neglect or child maltreatment as any recent act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse or exploitation, or an act or failure to act which presents an imminent risk of serious harm.
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  • 6.Pediatric Pain Assessment Resource Sheet
    Assessment of pediatric pain can be conducted in a number of ways including self-report, questionnaires and diaries, and behavioral observation measures.
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  • 7.Cardiovascular Disease in Children and Adolescents
    The most common cardiovascular problem is congenital heart defects or problems with the heart’s structure that are present at birth. The etiology may be genetic, may be related to exposure to certain drugs/illnesses during pregnancy but in most cases is unknown.
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  • 8.HROQL and Functional Impairment Assessment Resource Sheet
    Measures of health-related quality of life are designed to measure an individual’s well-being, while measures of functional impairment assess limitations in a child’s ability to perform age-appropriate activities relevant to daily life, such as physical, social and interpersonal activities.
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  • 9.Family Measures Assessment Resource Sheet
    Family measures include assessment tools spanning observational and self-report methods and fall into three broad assessment categories: family functioning, dyadic family relationships, and family functioning in the context of childhood chronic health conditions.
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  • 10.HIV/AIDS in Children and Adolescents
    The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a retrovirus that attacks vital cells in the immune system and is transferred through specific bodily fluids (e.g., blood, semen, breast milk).
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