When people who can't cope with mental health their academic performance goes down, therefore their marks suffer
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In a numerous author article called “The Effect of the School Environment on the Emotional Health of Adolescents: A Systematic Review” found in the American Academy of Pediatrics which publicized on December 22nd, 2011 is also related to our hypothesis. The research that was done in this article was to objectify how important a school environment is for the mental health of adolescence, as they claim it has never been efficiently assessed. They also aimed to “synthesize the evidence for the effect on adolescent emotional health of (1) interventions targeting the school environment and (2) the school environment in cohort studies.” The methods that were used were through databases of Medline, Embase, PyschINFO, CINAHL, ERIC, the Social Citation Index, and gray literature. The group used “criteria for inclusion [they] were (1) cohort or controlled trial designs, (2) partici-pants aged 11 to 18 years, (3) emotional health outcomes, and (4) school environment exposure or intervention.” There was also studies that the researchers found relevant were found and proceeded to have data copied by two other independent reviewers. The limitation of this study was researchers researching on databases and not picking out their own subjects to study on. For a future study researchers could pick out their own subjects to study and not rely on information on databases.
In another numerous author article called “Mental Health matters in Elementary School: First-Grade Screening Predicts Fourth Grade Achievement Test Scores” found in the European Child Adolescent Psychiatry published in May 4th 2011 and published on the web June 7th, 2011 is also related to our hypothesis. The objective of this study was to study if mental health issues that had ...
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