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Influence on self-rated health of socio-demographic, lifestyle and affluence factors
(Irish Medical Association, 2007-09)
In this analysis we employed the International Health Behaviour Among School Aged Children (HBSC) 1998 data, comprising 8326 Irish children and 115,327 children in the International dataset, to examine influences on self ...
Interpersonal relationships as predictors of positive health among Irish youth: The more the merrier.
(Irish Medical Organisation, 2007)
ciations with supportive relationships with friends and family members, we conducted an analysis of data from the 2002 Irish Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children Study (HBSC); a cross-sectional survey of 8,424 Irish ...
Self-esteem norms for Irish young people.
(Ammons Scientific, 2003-06)
Self-esteem scores from the Rosenberg Self-esteem scale collected from a large sample of Irish young people are presented as norms for this population.
Assessing the use of the Family Affluence scale among Irish school children
(Irish Medical Organisation, 2007-09)
The objective of this analysis was to examine the answering rates, internal reliability and external validity of the Family Affluence Scale (FAS) employing data from the 2002 Irish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children ...
Correlates of increased risk of eating disorders in Irish School Children
(Irish Medical Organisation, 2007-05)
Currently there are no large-scale data on the prevalence of disordered eating behaviours in Irish children and adolescents. We examined the 2002 Health Behaviour in School Aged Children (HBSC) study to estimate those Irish ...
Health Behaviour in school-aged children (HBSC): A World Health Organisation collaborative cross-national study.
(National Institute of Health Sciences, 2006-02)
The study aims to gain new insight into, and increase our understanding of young peoples' health and well-being, health behaviours and their social context. The survey considers the positive aspects of health, as well as ...
Absence of seasonal effects in HBSC data
(National Institute of Health Sciences, 2006-01)
Seasonality has been documented in the literature as an influence on health status and behaviours. On the basis of such associations, it was both necessary and opportunistic to use the dual intake of the Irish HBSC data ...