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Haixia Liu, Zhongliang Zhou, Xiaojing Fan, Jiu Wang, Hongwei Sun, Chi Shen and Xiangming Zhai - International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,

This study examined the effects of left-behind experience on college students’ mental health and compared the prevalence of mental health problems in left-behind students and control students (without left-behind experience) in China.

Huifeng Shi, Jingxu Zhang, Yufeng Du, Chunxia Zhao, Xiaona Huang and Xiaoli Wang - BMC Public Health,

This study examined the association between parental migration and early childhood nutrition of left-behind children (LBC) in rural China.

Shi H, Zhang J, Du Y, Zhao C, Huang X, Wang X - BMC Public Health,

This study examined the association between parental migration and early childhood nutrition of left-behind children (LBC) in rural China.

Cynthia Leung, Stanley Chan, H. L. Ip, Heidi Szeto, Miki Lee, Kama Chan, Marco Chan - Research on Social Work Practice,

This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Happy Parenting: Round-the-Clock Parenting (HPRCP) program for Macau parents on shift work, using randomized controlled trial design.

Duan JJ, Yang Z, Ji GW, Cheng YC, Song HW, Cai QM, Cai J, Fei CH, Li MM, Ren Y, Yang CH and Xu F - International Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health,

In this paper a cross-sectional study was conducted in a common rural village in China to examine the amelioration effect of social support for left-behind children (LBC).

Seunghee Baeg, Boram Lee, Hye Jun Park - Children and Youth Services Review,

In this study, the authors aim to help clarify the pathway from parental supervisory neglect to peer victimization through the mediating roles of self-esteem and internalizing problems among adolescents in South Korea.

Xueyan Zhang, Qianqian Luo, Jun Li - Annales Médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique,

This study aimed to survey the extent of social anxiety in rural left-behind children in China, reveal the relationship of social anxiety to family cohesion and adaptability, and provide a theoretical basis for health intervention.

Hong Kong Red Cross,

This leaflet offers mental health and psychosocial support messages developed by Hong Kong Red Cross for healthcare professionals and first responders during disease outbreak.

Kim AY, Kim OM, Hu AW, Oh JS, Lee RM - Journal of Family Psychology,

The authors of this study introduce a new construct, birth family thoughts, that captures a sense of curiosity about birth family for adopted individuals, and describe the development of an accompanying brief self-report measure, the Birth Family Thoughts Scale (BFTS).

Lijun Chen, Di Qi & Dali L. Yang - Child Indicators Research,

This study zeroes in on the issue of left-behind children and draws on data from the China Family Panel Studies surveys to examine the impacts of parental absence on child development in psychological, physical and cognitive domains.