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Mental Health 5-16+
15-11

Psychological complaints among children in joint physical custody and other family types: Considering parental factors

15-11

Exploring the relationship between quality of life and mental health problems in children

15-10

The impact of childhood residential mobility on mental health outcomes in adolescence and early adulthood

15-10

Pupils struggling with eating disorders, drug abuse and attempted suicide as a result of increasing pressure and stress

15-09

Prenatal antidepressant exposure and child behavioural outcomes at 7 years of age

15-08

Communications to children about mental illness and their role in stigma development

15-07

Abdominal pain symptoms are associated with anxiety and depression in young children

15-07

An Investigation into the Role of Coping in Preventing Depression associated with Perfectionism in Preadolescent Children

15-06

Expressive Arts as a Means of Increasing Well-Being in Children

15-05

Group memberships boost self-esteem more than friends alone

15-05

The role of aspirations in young children's emotional and behavioural problems

15-05

The Relationship between Personality Traits and Stress Levels in Children

15-04

Will mindfulness lessons help to calm my children?

15-04

Internalising symptoms and body dissatisfaction: untangling temporal precedence using cross-lagged models in two cohorts

15-03

Stressful Life Events and Child Anxiety: Examining Parent and Child Mediators

15-03

All children should receive weekly 'happiness' lessons from the age of five

15-03

The Relationship between Mental Health and Young Children's Academic Development: What We Can Learn From a National Sample of At-Risk Chilean Children

15-01

Counselling in UK primary schools: Outcomes and predictors of change

15-01

Long term mental health outcomes of Finnish children evacuated to Swedish families during the second world war and their non-evacuated siblings

15-01

Kids’ mental health is parents’ top worry

13-11

Parents Reap What They Sow: Child-Centrism and Parental Well-Being

09-12

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) for Primary School Teachers

Mental Health 5-16+, Education
15-11

Feasibility and acceptance of biofeedback-assisted mental training in an Austrian elementary school: a pilot study

15-10

The Relationship Between School Climate and Mental and Emotional Wellbeing Over the Transition from Primary to Secondary School

15-10

Comparing parent and teacher assessments of mental health in elementary school children

Mental Health 5-16+, Health
14-12

A survey on happiness in primary school children in Flanders

14-12

Measuring National Well-being - Exploring the Well-being of Children in the UK, 2014

14-11

What Predicts a Successful Life? Emotional health in childhood ‘is the key to future happiness’

14-09

5,600 young people can’t be wrong: YoungMinds vs - mental health campaign

14-09

Children's participation in school: a cross-sectional study of the relationship between school environments, participation and health and well-being outcomes

14-09

The Influence of Health Behaviors During Childhood on Adolescent Health Behaviors, Health Indicators, and Academic Outcomes Among Participants from Hawaii

14-09

Evaluating the implementation of a school-based emotional well-being programme: a cluster randomized controlled trial of Zippy’s Friends for children in disadvantaged primary schools

14-09

Assessment of Anxiety Symptoms in School Children: A Cross-Sex and Ethnic Examination

14-08

Health related quality of life of immigrant children: towards a new pattern in Germany?

14-06

School Belongingness and Mental Health Functioning across the Primary-Secondary Transition in a Mainstream Sample

14-06

How to identify and support those pupils whose behaviour suggests they may have unmet mental health needs

14-06

Is bullying bad for your health? The consequences of bullying perpetration and victimization in childhood on health behaviors in adulthood

14-06

Mental Health and Bullying in the United States Among Children Aged 6 to 17 Years

14-03

Parents' communication to primary school-aged children about mental health and ill-health: a grounded theory study

14-03

‘Health and happiness is more important than weight’: a qualitative investigation of the views of parents receiving written feedback on their child's weight as part of the National Child Measurement Programme

14-01

Parent-Child Relationships and Child Physical Health and Stress-Related Physiology: A Daily Diary Investigation

14-01

When being called “incredibly good” is bad for children

13-12

Parenting stress and child physical health among a low-income sample: The moderating role of child anxiety

13-12

Can screening 4–5 year olds accurately identify children who will have teacher-reported mental health problems when children are aged 6–7 years?

13-12

Associations between school-related factors and depressive symptoms among children: A comparative study, Finland and Norway

13-11

A three generation study of the mental health relationships between grandparents, parents and children (pdf)

13-10

Play and Video Effects on Mood and Procedure Behaviors in School-Aged Children Visiting the Pediatrician

13-10

How healthy behaviour supports children’s wellbeing

13-10

The Development of a School-Based Measure of Child Mental Health

13-10

NetTweens: The Internet and Body Image Concerns in Preteenage Girls

13-05

Prospective evaluation of the pyramid plus psychosocial intervention for shy withdrawn children: an assessment of efficacy in 7- to 8-year-old school children in Northern Ireland

13-02

Teachers and health promotion: Method's teachers use to promote their pupil's mental health at primary school (pdf)

13-02

Effects on coping skills and anxiety of a universal school-based mental health intervention delivered in Scottish primary schools

12-12

Sleep problems and mental health in primary school new entrants

09-05

Many 6/7 year old children who are depressed, anxious or aggressive risk being victimised later on

Mental Health 5-16+, Health, Lifestyle
14-11

Bullying continues to impact on wellbeing of pupils, parents and professionals

Citizenship
16-02

The effect of the use of concept cartoons in gaining of citizenship consciousness of primary school students

15-03

Citizenship orientations and knowledge in Dutch primary and secondary education

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