Rachel Youngblom
Minnesota State University, Mankato
FeelingEducational psychologyPsychological resilienceDevelopmental psychologyMathematics educationRegression analysisPsychologyPolitical sciencePersonalityStress (linguistics)PerceptionPsychological interventionKnowledge levelWell-beingFidelitySocial supportAttendanceHarassmentClassroom managementWeaknessIntervention (counseling)Life satisfactionAcademic achievementPopulationCross cultureCultural contextTeacher supportFactor structureFamily involvementValidation studyLife stressSchool age childLife eventsPre serviceMedical educationFamily medicinePsychotherapistEducation policyReinforcementClinical psychologyGerontologyFunction (engineering)Social psychologyModeration
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#1S. Andrew Garbacz (UW: University of Wisconsin-Madison)H-Index: 16
#1S. Andrew Garbacz (UW: University of Wisconsin-Madison)H-Index: 5
Last. Daniel Houlihan (MSU: Minnesota State University, Mankato)H-Index: 17
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The purpose of this study was to examine the factor structure of the Family Involvement Questionnaire–Elementary Version with families in Belize. Participants were 185 primary caregivers of childre...
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#1Rachel YoungblomH-Index: 3
#2Kevin J. FilterH-Index: 9
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This study was conducted to better understand the level of involvement of families in Belize with the education of their children. It was anticipated that information from this broadly distributed survey might show areas of current strengths and weakness in the current system that might allow for future adjustments.
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#1Rachel Youngblom (MSU: Minnesota State University, Mankato)H-Index: 3
#2Daniel Houlihan (MSU: Minnesota State University, Mankato)H-Index: 17
Last. Julene Douty Nolan (MSU: Minnesota State University, Mankato)H-Index: 4
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This study assesses resiliency and life satisfaction of high school youth from Belize. Due to the contrast of geography, culture, and economic characteristics, between Belize and the U.S. many differences were hypothesized to be found. Resiliency and life satisfaction were hypothesized (a) to be lower in the youth from Belize when compared with previous studies of youth conducted in the United States, (b) youth in Belize, who have high resilience, will also have high life satisfaction and (c) yo...
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#1Rachel YoungblomH-Index: 3
This study examined student responses to the Minnesota Student Survey in 286 schools across the state of Minnesota. Of these schools, 143 of the schools had implemented PBIS and the other 143 schools had not. The study included elementary, middle, and high schools. The schools were coded as either small (under 150 students), medium (151-480 students), or large (over 480 students). For schools that had been trained to implement PBIS, fidelity of implementation was also considered and all schools ...
#1Rachel Youngblom (MSU: Minnesota State University, Mankato)H-Index: 3
#2Kevin J. FilterH-Index: 9
Resumen es: Introduccion. Muchos de los maestros sin licenciatura carecen de las habilidades para lidiar efectivamente con los problemas de comportamiento cuando se ...
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Resumen es: Introduccion. Muchos de los maestros sin licenciatura carecen de las habilidades para lidiar efectivamente con los problemas de comportamiento cuando se ...
#1Rebekah S. HuberH-Index: 12
#2Sarah K. SifersH-Index: 2
Last. Rachel YoungblomH-Index: 3
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The present study examined the relationship between teacher support, life stress, and behavioral outcomes in 103 youth. Participants completed questionnaires regarding life events, social support, personality, and behavior. Moderated regression analyses were conducted using youth perceptions of teacher support and negative life events to predict externalizing and internalizing problems. Results revealed a significant interaction between teacher support and life stress, indicating teacher support...
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