Lack of engagement in school is related to dropout, social maladjustment
, unemployment, and psychopathology (Hirschfield & Gasper, 2011; Pears, Kim, Fisjer, & Yoerger, 2013).
30pm inquire into the roots of social maladjustment
Since locals besides each other gives identity and mean to city, nowadays we face with phenomena of identity crisis, social maladjustment
and skeletal which will compensate this deficiency with informed participation of habitants and leaving affairs of the local to them.
The numerous cases of school, family, social maladjustment
, registered among young people are a worrying evidence that both the school, the family and the other social institutions and communities fail to fulfill their educational role always effective.
Perspective-taking difficulties might thus accompany severity of social maladjustment
The findings indicate that (a) problem drug use is a symptom, not a cause, of personal and social maladjustment
, and (b) the meaning of drug use can be understood only in the context of an individual's personality structure and developmental history.
The identification controversy focuses on an "exclusionary clause" that essentially prohibits students with social maladjustment
(SM) from receiving special education services under the criteria for emotional disturbance (ED).
The control patients who reported being raped or molested compared to those who did not reported more depression, anxiety, stress, social maladjustment
and poorer mental QoL (Table 2b).
Moreover, the cause of an adolescent's social maladjustment
often can be traced to a home environment in which the teen-ager has had little or no opportunity to experience cooperative group living.
For those of you who may be wondering why we have so much violent crime and social maladjustment
in our city, it's important to note that 40 percent to 50 percent of those currently serving time in Philadelphia's prisons were unemployed at the time they were arrested.
cognitive, language) and may even be at a greater risk for experiencing social maladjustment
later in life (Deater-Deckard, 2001).
Studies suggest that international (intercountry) adolescent adoptees have lower self-esteem and are at higher risk for developing severe mental health problems and social maladjustment
than children of the same age living with their biological families in the general population.