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Le Comportement agressif chez les enfants et les jeunes

Quand doit-on s'en préoccuper “

prepared for publication by Centre For Addiction And Mental Health
edition: Paperback
tagged: anger, child development, child & adolescent

Ce dépliant est un outil de référence rapide pour les parents, les enseignants et les autres personnes qui sont régulièrement en contact avec des jeunes. Les causes de l’agressivité sont multiples.

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Aggressive Behaviour in Children and Youth

When is it something to be concerned about?

prepared for publication by Centre For Addiction And Mental Health
edition: Paperback
tagged: anger, child development, child & adolescent

Aggressive Behaviour in Children and Youth is a quick-reference tool for parents, teachers and others who interact with young people on a regular basis. The brochure suggests ways to prevent aggression and manage aggressive behaviour that does occur—it also offers ways to determine if a young person has a serious problem with aggression and needs …

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Acting Out

Understanding and Reducing Aggressive Behaviour in Children and Youth

edited by David A. Wolfe
edition: Paperback
also available: eBook
tagged: anger management, anger, adolescent

Acting Out is a valuable tool for anyone who works with children and youth. This book:

  • explains various types of aggressive behaviour exhibited by young people
  • identifies factors related to aggressive behaviour
  • distinguishes between normal aggression and aggression that is of greater concern
  • gives practical advice on how to address aggression …
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13

by Mary-Lou Zeitoun
edition: Paperback
  • age: 14 to 18
  • Grade: 9 to 12
tagged: anger, adolescence, girls & women

First-time novelist Mary-Lou Zeitoun's 13 wryly evokes an unavoidable time and place in everyone's life -- the teenage years -- without rendering the experience into saccharine nostalgia. Zeitoun's imitation of the adolescent voice is dead-on, without falling into repetitious teenspeak.