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Medical School Hotline: Advancing Suicide Prevention in Hawai'i

Deborah Goebert, Jeanelle Sugimoto-Matsuda
2017 Hawai'i journal of medicine & public health  
It is a leading cause of death in Hawai'i, with more people dying from suicide than traffic-related injuries and drowning. 1 That is, about one suicide occurs every other day.  ...  Research and Evaluation JABSOM-DOP conducts mixed-method, community-informed research and evaluation on suicide.  ...  Developing prosocial cultural values can provide adolescents with a foundational guide for beliefs, social behavior, and attitudes that can lead to honest, socially acceptable, and responsible decisions  ... 
pmid:29164015 pmcid:PMC5694974 fatcat:obghwbdf2zc5tbtua5ha6emete

How to open and sustain a drop-in center for homeless youth

Natasha Slesnick, Michael Glassman, Rikki Garren, Paula Toviessi, Denitza Bantchevska, Pushpanjali Dashora
2008 Children and youth services review  
However, little guidance was found in the literature regarding how to open and sustain a drop-in center for homeless youth.  ...  Guidance for structuring the drop-in center and for hiring and training staff is also offered.  ...  Rewards should be offered when positive, prosocial behaviors are observed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2007.12.004 pmid:18584064 pmcid:PMC2440711 fatcat:dy6j5yin7zbctkr6xu5srl4r7i

The effects of a multiyear universal social–emotional learning program: The role of student and school characteristics

Karen L. Bierman, John D. Coie, Kenneth A. Dodge, Mark T. Greenberg, John E. Lochman, Robert J. McMahon, Ellen Pinderhughes
2010 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology  
Modest positive effects of sustained program exposure included reduced aggression and increased prosocial behavior (according to both teacher and peer report) and improved academic engagement (according  ...  Most intervention effects were moderated by school environment, with effects stronger in less disadvantaged schools, and effects on aggression were larger in students who showed higher baseline levels  ...  Another 30% of the lessons focus on skills related to the increase of positive social behavior (e.g., social participation, prosocial behavior, communication skills).  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0018607 pmid:20350027 pmcid:PMC3534742 fatcat:c2xhuabpnjcwbeiky5p63p3iqu

Training community‐based professionals to implement an empirically supported parenting program

Robert A. Fox, Kathleen M. Duffy, Kathryn M. Keller
2006 Early Child Development and Care  
The published version may be accessed by following the link in the citation at the bottom of the page.  ...  community-based organizations were trained at three different sites serving urban and rural families to implement an empirically supported parenting program for families of young children with challenging behaviors  ...  Acknowledgement This research was supported in part by a grant from the Child Abuse Prevention Fund, Milwaukee, WI, USA.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0300443042000302618 fatcat:pxiznl46gbgaplqaqankdak6xe

Rewarding rush-hour avoidance: A study of commuters' travel behavior

Eran Ben-Elia, Dick Ettema
2011 Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice  
The modeling framework was discussed in the 5 th Discrete Choice Modeling Workshop organized at EPFL (Lausanne, Swizterland) in August, 2009.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was undertaken as part of the Spitsmijden project, which was funded by Transumo, the Ministry of Transport in the Netherlands, Bereik, RDW, NS, Rabobank, ARS T&TT, OC Mobility  ...  The 3€ level already has the largest influence on behavior change while the 7€ level and the mixed level having relatively only a marginal effect.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tra.2011.03.003 fatcat:tduun3go2fcs3olcdvj4xv6rbm

Musical Humility: An Ethnographic Case Study of a Competitive High School Jazz Band

Coppola
2019 Bulletin of The Council For Research in Music Education  
These emergent egoistic behaviors became central to uncovering socially desirable displays of humility in following.  ...  and antisocial behaviors among the students and director of a competitive high school jazz band in the Pacific Northwest.  ...  Prosocial (and Antisocial) Behavior in Music Several studies investigating prosocial behavior in music have sought to examine the effect of musical exposure on people's proclivity to engage in prosocial  ... 
doi:10.5406/bulcouresmusedu.222.0007 fatcat:m26ziddkqngxtgm4wifwip7fou

Initial impact of the Fast Track prevention trial for conduct problems: II. Classroom effects. Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group

1999 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology  
Findings indicated significant effects on peer ratings of aggression and hyperactive-disruptive behavior and observer ratings of classroom atmosphere.  ...  In the intervention schools, Grade 1 teachers delivered a 57-lesson social competence intervention focused on self-control, emotional awareness, peer relations, and problem solving.  ...  This work was also supported in pan by Department of Education Grant S184U30002 and NIMH Grants K05MH00797 and K05MH01027.  ... 
pmid:10535231 pmcid:PMC2761630 fatcat:cqxgml6wxje2xaiay3qmhczs2q

Disruptive Behavior Programs on Primary School Students: A Systematic Review

Diego Martín Retuerto, Iker Ros Martínez de Lahidalga, Irantzu Ibañez Lasurtegui
2020 European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education  
The objective of this study was to review the existing international literature on research and programs for the reduction of disruptive behavior in primary school students.  ...  For this purpose, according to PRISMA-ScR, a mixed systematic review was performed in six databases in order to obtain wide and extensive information related to the subject under study.  ...  ("the good behavior game") in decreasing the frequency of disruptive behavior and increasing the frequency of prosocial behavior in the school setting.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ejihpe10040070 pmid:34542431 fatcat:7n5muxuxkvglfftxrm3c4bsvem

The insights of health and welfare professionals on hurdles that impede economic evaluations of welfare interventions

J Schepers, J Plaete, I De Bourdeaudhuij, L Annemans, S Simoens
2017 Expert review of pharmacoeconomics & outcomes research  
There was however no consensus on how this impact of QoL externalities should be taken into account in welfare interventions.  ...  Four hurdles associated with economic evaluations in welfare interventions were identified and discussed in a previous published literature review.  ...  materials discussed in the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14737167.2017.1282316 pmid:28092210 fatcat:evgl7q5rfrcvvitv46jzkiwrem

The Impact of Teen Courts on Youth Outcomes: A Systematic Review

Lauren N. Gase, Taylor Schooley, Amelia DeFosset, Michael A. Stoll, Tony Kuo
2015 Adolescent Research Review  
differential impacts of the program on participating youth.  ...  This systematic review sought to summarize evidence of the effectiveness of one commonly used diversion model, Teen Courts, on outcomes for juvenile offenders.  ...  Funding This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40894-015-0012-x fatcat:bujxzoe7jngvnitkvb6owfx5ee

Effects of 2 Prevention Programs on High-Risk Behaviors Among African American Youth

Brian R. Flay, Sally Graumlich, Eisuke Segawa, James L. Burns, Michelle Y. Holliday
2004 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine  
Interventions: The social development curriculum (SDC) consisted of 16 to 21 lessons per year focusing on social competence skills necessary to manage situations in which high-risk behaviors occur.  ...  Results: For boys, the SDC and SCI significantly reduced the rate of increase in violent behavior (by 35% and 47% compared with HEC, respectively), provoking behavior (41% and 59%), school delinquency  ...  Our results suggest that this approach was successful and needs to be adopted by future prevention studies in high-risk schools and communities.  ... 
doi:10.1001/archpedi.158.4.377 pmid:15066879 pmcid:PMC2386246 fatcat:fhqladxxxne6dekfa2ujineb4i

An Evaluation of the Utility of a Whale Watching Code of Conduct

Greig Gjerdalen, Peter W. Williams
2000 Tourism Recreation Resarch  
behavior.  ...  As weil, the findings indicate that the code is very effective in helping operators communicate with each other, and encourage t hem to implement conservation practices in their operatiom. 1 wish to sincerely  ...  The literature on prosocial behavior theory identifies three main reasons why people behave prosociaiiy (Schwartz, 1977) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/02508281.2000.11014909 fatcat:7ugvh2obirh5rgnjzm3zz47m5a

Evolving the future: Toward a science of intentional change

David Sloan Wilson, Steven C. Hayes, Anthony Biglan, Dennis D. Embry
2014 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Some mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity count as evolutionary processes in their own right.  ...  Once the many branches of the basic and applied behavioral sciences become conceptually unified, we are closer to a science of intentional change than one might think.  ...  in prosocial behavior and the prevention of diverse psychological and behavioral problems.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x13001593 pmid:24826907 pmcid:PMC4331065 fatcat:r7dwdh7v3rdf7oid2phhhmf3we

Let the social sciences evolve

Paul E. Smaldino, Timothy M. Waring
2014 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Some mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity count as evolutionary processes in their own right.  ...  Once the many branches of the basic and applied behavioral sciences become conceptually unified, we are closer to a science of intentional change than one might think.  ...  in prosocial behavior and the prevention of diverse psychological and behavioral problems.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x13003282 pmid:25162883 fatcat:sf4tzfr4dzavljhe7v5fi7b64q

Engineering Social Order [chapter]

Cristiano Castelfranchi
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Currently the problem is mainly perceived in terms of "security", and in terms of crisis, breakdowns, and traffic, but it is more general.  ...  There is a dialectic relationship: on the one hand, in MAS and cybersocieties we should be inspired by human social phenomena, on the other hand, by computationally modelling social phenomena we should  ...  I will completely put aside here education and social learning, and prosocial built-in motives (except for normative ones), although they play a very important role for shaping social order.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44539-0_1 fatcat:wejxhcrjpfhl7ox5s2zg3fjz74
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