Autism Spectrum Disorder: Child Centered Play Therapy

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Child Centered Play Therapy

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have difficulties in building and developing social and emotional skills in the same pattern with their peers. Deficit in joint attention is a core problem that presented by children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in DSM IV criteria (APA, 1994). Some expert in the field of ASD have proposed play-base
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Mental Health Effects of COVID-19 on University Students

This project studies the impact of restriction of physical activity opportunities due to COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on mental health and psychological well-being of undergraduate university students (19-24 years old) in England. Background University students are increasingly a vulnerable population, suffering from higher levels of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and eating disorders. Therefore, when
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Bullying: Impact on Individual‘s Personality Development

Bullying behavior is a serious problem among school-age children and adolescents; it has short- and long-term effects on the individual who is bullied, the individual who bullies, the individual who is bullied and bullies others, and the bystander present.   Consequences for Individuals Who Are Bullied Mounting evidence shows the detrimental effects on children’s health
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Effects of Bilingualism on Cognition

The project shows the results of experiments examining the consequences of lifelong bilingualism on cognitive and linguistic performance. Typically, research has shown that bilingualism leads to disadvantages in linguistic ability but advantages in executive control, a crucial cognitive ability Many people who are bilingual are taught both languages from the start of their lives. One
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Substance Abuse Disorder Amongst Adolescents

Substance abuse disorder has a major impact on individuals, families, and communities as its effects are cumulative, contributing to costly social, physical, and mental health problems. Several factors can enhance the risk for initiating or continuing substance abuse including socioeconomic status. Additionally, quality of parenting, peer group influence, and biological/inherent predisposition toward drug addiction. Adolescence
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Symbolic Interactionism

Symbolic interactionism as a social theoretical framework starts from the presupposition that the construction of our social world is through the mundane acts of everyday social interaction. Through the repetitive act of interaction, individuals as actors in relation to social groups constitute symbolic and shared meanings. Importantly, symbolic interactionism does not deny the unique; it
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Physical Activity during COVID-19: Germany

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the resulting outbreak response measures in Germany and worldwide led to severe limitations in everyday life. This affected all sorts of daily activities and the possibility for physical activity (PA), which represents a major coping strategy against stress. The objective of this study was to analyze PA in German adults
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Sustainable Development for Cities

Sustainable development in cities is increasingly becoming popular in the modern world. More than half of the world population I believed to lie in cities, with the projection expected to go up to 60% in 2030. Thus, there is a dire need to ensure that their development adheres to the sustainable development goals because the
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Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Teaching Pupils with FASD

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder can be understood as a range of congenital birth abnormalities along a spectrum, caused by prenatal alcohol exposure (Carpenter, 2011). Further, Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder has been described as the “Hidden Disability”, due to physical characteristics not always being present (Millar et al, 2014:3). Throughout pregnancy, the central nervous system of
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