Several studies evaluating changes in social-emotional functioning found evidence of symptom reduction, particularly for internalizing
behaviors, with reported effect sizes of between .
Specifically, the median values for the children study group are higher than the corresponding median values of the control group for each trend in behavior studied except "somatic complaints" of Internalizing
and "delinquent" of Externalizing behavior, in children aged 6-18 years old (Total).
A longitudinal comparison group research design (waves 1 to 4) allowed for the examination of the impact of child maltreatment on internalizing
and externalizing behavior among children.
Means and standard deviations for the study variables, peer group affiliation (PGA), group membership salience (GMS), group belonging (GB), internalizing
behavior problems, and externalizing behavior problems are presented in Table 1.
Statistical Analysis of CBCL Internalizing
and Externalizing Scores
The purpose of this research was to identify parenting practices that mediate relations among persistent, recent, or transitional poverty and the externalizing and internalizing
behaviors of four- to five-year-old children.
The pros and cons of internalizing
insurance programs must be assessed as they relate to the circumstances of each association.
Its totally techno-mediatic: you're externalizing big time or you're internalizing
at the same time.
ED heterogeneity can be mediated via two classes of behavior: externalizing and internalizing
behaviors (Kauffman & Landrum, 2012).
Compared with families in which both parents were mentally healthy, having both parents score in the highest quartile on the K10 screen added 5 points to the child's BPI Externalizing score and 3 points to the BPI Internalizing
These behaviors were categorized into two types: internalizing
(psychological distress) and externalizing (conduct disorder).
aggression, delinquency) and internalizing
(anxiety, depression, withdrawal) behaviors (Achenbach, 1991).