Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Adolescent


FACTORS OF OCCURRENCE OF CHILDREN AT RISK AND THEIR PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Miruktamova Feruza; Makhamatov Makhmud

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1688-1696

Abstract: The article is devoted to one of the most important problems of our time
— children whose behavior contradicts generally accepted social norms and rules, i.e.
from the point of view of the risk of their actions in relation to society. The principal
probability of leaving a teenager in the "field of deviance" is determined by the presence of
risk factors, the essence of which allows us to identify the quality of self-esteem, the level of
anxiety, aggressiveness and affillation as criteria for the development of social competence
of children at risk. The article discusses the concept of "children at risk", explains the
reasons for getting children into the "risk group". Also, the author describes the main
value orientations of this group, especially in the development of adolescents included in it.

EFFECT OF SUBSTANANCE ABUSE ON PHYSICAL HEALTH OF ADOLESCENTS

KM Ashifa

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3155-3160

Alcoholism is a detrimental and dangerous human act. Particularly it remains very
alive among teenagers. Adolescent is a period where young people grow from an infant to a
mature infant.(Sturmhöfel & Swartzwelder, 2004).Alcohol is the world third largest risk aspect
for illness and contributes to 4% of the worldwidetrouble of sickness(Rehm, 2011). It is
reasonably true that 2,5 million deaths are caused per year from alcohol with 9 percent of
deaths in the age group between 15 and 29 because of alcohol consumption (WHO, 2018).
Alcohol causes bereavement and disability. Consuming alcohol gives a danger of developing
physical health problems among adolescent. The physical problems like cancers, cardiovascular
diseases, eye irritation, body pain, severe head ache, hand shivering, sleeplessness and nervous
system damage. The present study tried to investigate physical hazards of adolescents due to
alcohol consumptions

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT’S PERCEPTIONS TOWARDS THE USE OF FIXED ORTHODONTIC APPLIANCE AND INTEREST IN MALOCCLUSION TREATMENT

Kirana .; Mustaqbal .; Syafiri .; Retno Palupi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 681-690

Background: The main physical appearance that can be seen from the face is inseparable from the appearance of the teeth and mouth. The teenagers realize that the first impression is greatly influenced by appearance. Purpose: Determine the relationship between the perception of young adults using fixed orthodontic appliance and interest towards of malocclusion treatment inclass of 2019 undergraduate students of Faculty of Dental Medicine Universitas Airlangga Surabaya. Methods: This research was an analytic cross-sectional study design and the sampling technique used purposive sampling. The amount of sample which met the inclusion and exclusion criteria was 87 students. Data collected by giving questionnaires to 87 students. Cross-tabulation between perception and interests showed that the most interests of the respondent were seen in the moderate category in the perception of both functional and aesthetic aspects. The data were analyzed using the chi-square test with α = 0,05. Results: The relationship between the perception of late adolescence using fixed orthodontic appliance and interest towards of malocclusion treatment did not show a significant result with p = 0,351. Conclusions: There is no relationship between the perception of young adults using fixed orthodontic appliance and interest towards ofmalocclusion treatment in class of 2019 undergraduate students of Faculty of Dental Medicine Universitas Airlangga Surabaya

The EffctConsumtionof Red Beans (Phaseolus VulgarisL) Boiled on Hemoglobin LevelsIn Adolescent In Institute of Health Science STRADA Indonesia

Candra Wahyuni; Shanty Natalia; MiftakhurRohmah .; RetnoPalupi Yoni Siwi; Nita DwiAstikasari; AnggrawatiWulandari .; Riza TsalatsatulMufida; Yeni Puspitasari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 1059-1064

Anemia in general is a condition where hemoglobin and erythrocyte levels are lower than normal Anemia that is occurred by many adolescents due to Fe deficiency and can be called Fe deficiency anemia (Tarwoto, 2014). The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of consumption ofred beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris L) boiled on hemoglobin levels in adolescent in institute of health science STRADA Kediri.The research design used was pre-experiment with one group pre-post test design. The population in this study were all third semester students in Institute of health Science STRADA who experienced anemia with a sample of 18 respondents. The sampling technique used was Purposive sampling.The results showed that all (100%) had mild anemia before treatment, after the treatment, the results of all respondents (100%) experienced a change to non-anemia. Based on the results statistically using test, Wilcoxon the obtained p value 0.005 <α 0.05 thenH0 is rejected and H1 accepted, which means there is the effect of red beans(PhaseolusvulgarisL) boil on hemoglobin levels in adolescent in institute of health science STRADA Kediri.It can be concluded that boiled red beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris L) contain iron which is useful for increasing hemoglobin levels in the blood. It is recommended for respondents to use boiled red beans as food to prevent anemia.

The Effct Consumtion Of Red Beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris L) Boiled On Hemoglobin Levels In Adolescent In Institute Of Health Science STRADA Indonesia

Candra Wahyuni; Shanty Natalia; Miftakhur Rohmah; Retno Palupi Yoni Siwi; Nita Dwi Astikasari; Anggrawati Wulandari; Riza Tsalatsatul Mufida; Yeni Puspitasari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4754-4759

Anemia in general is a condition where hemoglobin and erythrocyte levels are lower than normal Anemia that is occurred by many adolescents due to Fe deficiency and can be called Fe deficiency anemia (Tarwoto, 2014). The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of consumption ofred beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris L) boiled on hemoglobin levels in adolescent in institute of health science STRADA Kediri. The research design used was pre-experiment with one group pre-post test design. The population in this study were all third semester students in Institute of health Science STRADA who experienced anemia with a sample of 18 respondents. The sampling technique used was Purposive sampling. The results showed that all (100%) had mild anemia before treatment, after the treatment, the results of all respondents (100%) experienced a change to non-anemia. Based on the results statistically using test, Wilcoxon the obtained p value 0.005 <α 0.05 thenH0 is rejected and H1 accepted, which means there is the effect of red beans (PhaseolusvulgarisL) boil on hemoglobin levels in adolescent in institute of health science STRADA Kediri. It can be concluded that boiled red beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris L) contain iron which is useful for increasing hemoglobin levels in the blood. It is recommended for respondents to use boiled red beans as food to prevent anemia.

The Basic Needs Of Adolescent Rape Victims According To Choice Theory Reality Therapy

Mohd Al Faani Mokhtar Rudin; Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4899-4911

The Prevalence Of Social Problems In Malaysia, Especially Those Involving Rape And Sexual Assaults, Has Seen A Serious Escalation. This Study Aimed To Determine The Basic Needs Aspect That Influences Adolescent To Become Rape Victims. The Methodology Of The Study Used Was The Case Study Method. Nine Trainees From Child And Adolescent Protection Centres Were Selected And Interviewed As Study Samples. The Nvivo 12 Software Was Used For Analysing Data In This Study. Findings Showed That The Basic Needs Of Rape Victims According To Choice Theory Reality Therapy (Ctrt) Are Love, Freedom, Enjoyment, Power And Survival. Hence, This Study Has Contributed Knowledge To All Parties Who Plan Prevention And Care Programs For Rape-Related Cases.

Psychosocial Needs and Reinforcement Approach To Overcome Aggressive Behavior Among Adolescent.

Norliza Abdul Majid; Abd Rahim Mohd Shariff; Nor Aniza Ahmad; Nur Aimi Nasuha Burhanuddin

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4957-4961

The study aims to identify the aggressive behavior of adolescents who are addressed in terms of psychosocial needs such as family, peers and school and the reinforcement approach. In order to examine adolescent aggression problems, the focus are given on aggression such as bullying, gangsterime and vandalism. This study also examines aspects of reinforcement in addressing aggression among adolescent as a positive reinforcing element. Based on the document analysis records obtained from the schools, a total of five adolescents with behavioral aggression problems were selected as the main sample of the study and five disciplinary teachers as additional sample selected for the study. The findings show that family, peers and school influences play important role in addressing adolescent aggression as well as reinforcing needs such as punishment and punishment in controlling the development of youth behavior and emotions. The findings also found that positive reinforcement such as appreciation and praise also play an important role in controlling and developing adolescent’s behavior. This study is seen to provide guidance to teachers, parents and the community about psychosocial needs in guiding teenagers and can help counselors and authorities to use appropriate reinforcement approaches to prevent early teenage aggression problems.

Features Of Relationships In Families And Their Impact On The Development Of Adolescents

Norboeva Dilafruz Jumakulovna; Kipchakova Sanobar Baxriddinovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4137-4147

This article examines the influence of family relations on the development of a teenager, which is associated with the process of individualization and self-realization of a person. The development of the adolescent's autonomy and individualization can be disrupted in a family crisis. In particular, adolescents who have experienced parental divorce may develop too early, an excessive desire for autonomy, independence from parents, and independence, which, in turn, may lead to further conflicts in the family.