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|Title:||Adolescents' experiences of anger in a residential setting.|
|Citation:||J ADOLESC, 1997, 20 (5), pp. 567-575|
|Abstract:||There is a substantial literature, covering a range of populations, looking at the phenomenon of anger and its expression. However, remarkably little is known about adolescent experiences of anger. The present study looks at adolescent anger within the confines of a residential establishment. Using a qualitative methodology to consider young peoples' own account of anger-provoking incidents, a description is given of typical settings, reactions, and outcomes in angry incidents. The implications of this information for both staff training and anger management programmes is explored.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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