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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 3690
Professor
Benjamin Gottlieb
Semester
Winter

Description
Article #: 6 Title: Youth Violence Perpetration: What Protects? What Predicts? Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health Goals - to identify individual, family and community-level risk and protective factors for violence penetration in a national sample of adolescents Who Benefits? (Target Audience) - adolescents Universal, Selective, or Indicated - universal - all adolescents Primary, Secondary, Tertiary - primary - all of the students received the initial survey and the samples after that was random Risk and Protective Factors - risk = history of violence involvement and violent victimization, weapon carrying, school problems, substances use, health problems and friend suicide - protective = parental expectations, connectedness with parents and other adults and school, higher grade point average and religiosity Measures of Data Collection (what is measured, # of times, and how) - two-waves of data form the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health - Add Health design - 90,118 respondents completed an in-school survey between September
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