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01.Volume 3 Issue 4
02.Transitioning to adult care among adolescents with sickle cell disease: A transitioning clinic based on patient and caregiver concerns and needs (pp. 537-545)
03.Adolescent Dating Violence: A Comprehensive Review
04.Assessing the Satisfaction of Teens with Kidney Transplants who have Attended an Adolescent Transition Clinic
05.Barriers and facilitators to implementing a transition pathway for adolescents with diabetes: A health professionals perspective (pp. 489-498)
06.Combatting Juvenile Delinquency: The Use of Violence Prevention and Treatment Programmes for Young Offenders
07.Measuring health care transition planning outcomes: Challenges and issues (pp. 463-472)
08.Volume 1 Issue 4
09.Adult perceptions of youth mental health Issues in a Canadian Province (pp. 203-210)
10.Benefits of getting hooked on sports or the arts: Examining the connectedness of youth who participate in sport and creative arts activities (pp. 169-178)
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Article 0 - Editorial - Places and spaces (pp. 91-93)
Authors / Editors: Myra Taylor, Julie Ann Pooley, and Joav Merrick
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Article 1 - A review of intervention programs that assist the transition for adolescence into high school and the prevention of mental health problems (pp. 97-108)
Authors / Editors: Rose Woods and Julie Ann Pooley

Article 2 - Collaborative practice development to improve clinical outcomes for adolescents with co-occurring mental illness, substance use and impulse control disorders (pp.
Authors / Editors: Michael K Monisse-Redman

Article 3 - Loneliness, reputational orientations and positive mental well-being during adolescence (pp. 121-130)
Authors / Editors: Annemaree Carroll, Stephen Houghton, Amanda Bourgeois, John Hattie, Carol Tan, and Asyegul Ozsoy

Article 4 - The social and emotional wellbeing, and mental health implications for adolescents transitioning to secondary boarding school (pp. 131-140)
Authors / Editors: David J Mander, Leanne Lester, and Donna Cross

Article 5 - Bullying behaviour following students’ transition to a secondary boarding school context (pp. 141-150)
Authors / Editors: Leanne Lester, David J Mander, and Donna Cross

Article 6 - Goals and life plans of adolescents studying in integration classes in Poland (pp. 151-159)
Authors / Editors: Hanna Liberska, Alicja Malina, Dorota Suwalska-Barancewicz, and Eliza Wielgomas

Article 7 - Bullying, cyberbullying, depression and suicide ideation among youth: Comparing online to paper-and-pencil questionnaires (pp. 161-167)
Authors / Editors: Yonatan Shpiegel, Anat Brunstein Klomek, and Alan Apter

Article 8 - Benefits of getting hooked on sports or the arts: Examining the connectedness of youth who participate in sport and creative arts activities (pp. 169-178)
Authors / Editors: Julie M Bower and Annemaree Carroll

Article 9 - Developing well-being in Australian youth: Contingencies of self-esteem (pp. 179-187)
Authors / Editors: Mandie B Shean, Lynne Cohen, and Terry de Jong (deceased)

Article 10 - Adolescent involvement in out-of-control parties: Social media responders’ perspectives on underage alcohol consumption and violent antisocial party behaviours (pp. 189-199)
Authors / Editors: Umneea Khan and Myra F Taylor

Article 11 - ‘Out on the street it’s like a brotherhood of sorts’: The commonality of violent offending within Scottish and Australian street-orientated youth subcultures (PP. 201-209)
Authors / Editors: Myra F Taylor, Ross Deuchar, and Joanne van der Leun

Article 12 - ‘I don't do it to be deviant it’s just unfortunate that it’s illegal’: Prolific graffiti offenders’ perspectives on what it would take to stop them from writing graffiti illegally on the streets (pp. 211-220)
Authors / Editors: Myra F Taylor

Article 13 - Abstinence from alcohol may indeed be the best policy: 32 month longitudinal outcomes among adolescents in the United Kingdom (pp. 221-230)
Authors / Editors: Michael T McKay, Martin Dempster, and Jon C Cole

Article 14 - Description and preliminary investigation of Family TIES (Training In Essential Skills), a strategy for treating youth aggression and related problems in a social services agency (pp. 231-240)
Authors / Editors: Stephen Ellenbogen, Robert Calame, Kim Parker, Johannes Finne, and Nico Trocmé

Article 15 - The development of early onset, chronic, and versatile offending: The role of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and mediating factors (pp. 241-250)
Authors / Editors: Raymond R Corrado and Evan C McCuish
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