There are TWO WAYS to finding resources and each will show them in a different place. The simplest one, is by selecting a topic or a type and going through the list of items shown under the title "GENERAL LIST OF ITEMS;" or two, by using the Search Box (light grey background) and perusing the results listed inside it.



Search Box:

This is an advanced search box and there are three ways in which you can use it:
1) By entering one word, i.g: faith,
2) By entering an exact phrase between quotes, i.g: "Faith on the Move" or author "John Certalic" and lastly,
3) By entering different keywords connected by logic operators "AND" / "OR" between them to really fine tune what you need, i.g: faith AND move.
After any of these three options, make sure to click the button "SEARCH."



If any, your search results will be shown before the above red line.


Under here you will find the General List of Library Resources OR a filtered list IF you have selected either a topic or a type. Both will be ordered alphabetically and are NOT related to the results of using the SEARCH BOX ABOVE this title (a light grey background with a dark border box), which will be listed, if any, inside it .
Introduction: Links between childhood residential mobility and multiple adverse outcomes through to maturity, and effect modification of these associations by familial SES, are incompletely understood... Conclusions: The links between childhood residential mobility and negative outcomes in later life appear widespread across multiple endpoints, with elevation in risk being particularly marked if frequent residential change occurs during early/mid-adolescence. Heightened vigilance is indicated...

AUTHOR(s): Webb, Roger T. , Pedersen, Carsten B., Mok, Pearl L.H.
SOURCE: PubMed Central

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National crises ramp up stress among couples and families. Psychologists identify the risks and point to resources that can help.

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Third Culture Kids and sexual abuse.  Written by the author of  The Shack.  By: Wm. Paul Young

AUTHOR(s): Wm. Paul Young

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Introduction of term Third Culture Kid and bibliographic list of publications. By: Anastasia Aldelina Lijadi

AUTHOR(s): Lijadi, Anastasia Aldelina

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Scientific research shows that experiences can affect whether and how genes are expressed. Nature vs. Nurture is no longer a debate—it's nearly always both!
SOURCE: Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

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