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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Rajanagarindra Institute is the government organization supported by the Department of Mental Health under the Ministry of Public Health. It was established as the Institute of Child and Adolescent Mental Health on August 29, 2001. In 2003
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Abstract Objective To survey the life assets of preteen in Thai community and to investigate the relationship between personal information and life assets. Materials and methods There were 1,181 children participants, obtained by 4 stratified sampling from 9 provinces (6 regions) of Thailand community. They completed the life assets questionnaire (adjusted version) by self-report. Data were analyzed for calculating scores of each power of life assets by descriptive statistic. Association between life assets and personal factors were analyzed by chi-square. Results The overall life assets level of participants was moderate. A detailed examination of 5 facets indicated that power of wisdom was good (score=73.5) and power of family, self, peer and community was moderate. The power of community was the lowest score (score=62.7) in the 5 facets of life assets. Associ
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Abstract Objective To obtain the estimates of the national prevalence of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) of Thai children in the year 2012. Materials and methods It was two steps cross sectional survey. The first step was done by using screening test of SNAP-IV Thai version. The second step was to interview by child and adolescent psychiatrists using DSM-IV TR criteria. Thai students graded 1-5 in primary school recruited in the study were 7,188 cases. The samples were selected by using three-stages stratified cluster sampling and classified by regions, provinces and school types. The percentage and 95% confidence interval were used to represent the results. Results Five hundred and twenty one Thai children subjects were diagnosed with ADHD, making a national prevalence of Thai students equals to 8.1%. The prevalence in boy (12%) was substantially higher
31 Mar 2016 13:39
Abstract Objective To survey the life assets of preteen in Thai community and to investigate the relationship between personal information and life assets. Materials and methods There were 1,181 children participants, obtained by 4 stratified sampling from 9 provinces (6 regions) of Thailand community. They completed the life assets questionnaire (adjusted version) by self-report. Data were analyzed for calculating scores of each power of life assets by descriptive statistic. Association between life assets and personal factors were analyzed by chi-square. Results The overall life assets level of participants was moderate. A detailed examination of 5 facets indicated that power of wisdom was good (score=73.5) and power of family, self, peer and community was moderate. The power of community was the lowest score (score=62.7) in the 5 facets of life assets. Associat
31 Mar 2016 13:35
AN ABSTRACT BY SARANYA ISHIDA Presented Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Education Degree in Guidance and Counseling Psychology at Srinakharinwirot University May 2010 Aranya Ishida .(2010). A Study on violence of adolescent students. Master thesis, M.Ed. (Guidance and Counseling Psychology). Bangkok:Graduate School, Srinakharinwirot University. Advisor Committee: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Khompet Chatsupakul, Dr. Skol Voracharoensri. The purposes of this research were to study causes of violent behavior of adolescent students.The sample cousisted of secondary school 5 students in Bangkok.The research instrucments were a questionnaire and indept interview.The collecting data was analyzed,synthesized,interpreted and summarized. The research finding was as: 1. Causes f
31 Mar 2016 13:28
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to review the development of premarital sexual intercourse, unplanned pregnancy and abortion among Thai teen moms who are adolescents with maternal age during pregnancy and childbirth younger than 20 years old. The paper also criticizes school sex education courses in view of the fact that teaching sex education in schools is considered to be the best policy and strategy for solving these problems. The documentary approach synthesizes the development of Thai teen moms’ sexual behaviour and of the sex education curriculum. In addition, the qualitative approach is employed by using in-depth interview. The conclusion is that pregnancies of Thai teen moms are mostly unplanned and such pregnancies are more likely to end up in abortion. Although, the sex education course in school is provided by skilled teachers, evidence from various
31 Mar 2016 13:26
Abstract The purpose of this research was to develop the school counseling student system by action research participatory. The research method used was a research and development by applying a methodology of participatory action research, which was conducted at Wat Rachathivas School, Bangkapi School and Wat Intharam School, Educational Service Area office 1, 2 and 3 respectively during years 2008-2009. Groups involved in the research were administrators, teachers, students, and parents. Research phase has 4 steps, step 1 Study actual situation, problem, and the need of the student support system, step 2 System development assistance to students, step 3 Trial student counseling system in Cycle 1, step 4 Evaluation and improvement of counseling students in Cycle 1, step 5 Trial student counseling system in Cycle 2, and step 6 Evaluation and improvement of couns
31 Mar 2016 13:24
It was two steps cross sectional survey. The first step was done by using screening test of SNAP-IV Thai version.
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17 Mar 2016 22:36
This article has reviewed all National IQs survey in Thai children in past 22 years.
17 Mar 2016 22:34