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The effects of anaerobic swim ergometer training on sprint performance in adolescent swimmers
The effects of anaerobic training using a swim ergometer on sprint swimming performance have not been investigated in competitive adolescent swimmers. The purpose of this study was to compare 4-weeks of sprint interval ...
“Feeling like Rapunzel, you know?”: A narrative inquiry of youth, boredom, and deviance
In a late modern society, the presence of placelessness and meaninglessness can be overwhelming to individuals, especially youth. Jock Young’s theory of human behavior suggests that individuals engage in crime to rid ...
Youth and at-risk behavior: the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean Island of Dominica
Hurricane devastation in the Caribbean has become a very common phenomenon over the past decades, and the destruction that follows comes with severe implications for the people directly affected by it. This study aims to ...
Youth correctional officer orientation and opinions on relationships with youth
This study explored the personal perspectives of current and past youth correctional officers within secure and open custody facilities in Ontario. A multi-methods design was used to examine officers’ orientation to their ...
The role of technology in the prevention and intervention of youth suicide: a literature review
As a result of the increase in youth mental health problems and suicide risks, there is a significant need to develop effective intervention and prevention programs for youth. An area lacking attention, and the goal of ...