The Institute for the study of Antisocial behaviour in Youth

I.A.Y.

Order Form

This link leads to a print-and-send version of our order form.

Print the form, fill it out and mail or fax to:

Institute for the study of Antisocial behaviour in Youth (lAY)
Syl Apps Youth Centre
475 Iroquois Shore Road
Oakville, ON L6H 1M3
Tel.: (905) 844-4110 ext 2202;
Fax: (905) 844-2996
Email: iay@kinark.on.ca

An Adobe PDF version of this order form is also available

VISA and MasterCard, and cheques are accepted. Please make all cheques payable to IAY- Kinark Child and Family Services

Need to read PDF files? Download Acrobat Reader Get Adobe Acrobat Reader

HomeAbout the I.A.Y.
Publications
Publication Price ListSeminars
Video Library
Links
Search

IAY Site Map

The following publications are available from the Institute for the study of Antisocial behaviour in Youth (IAY)

Antisocial & Violent Youth VOLUME II

Selected Best Articles Published in Scientific Journals
on Antisocial Youth between 1998-2002.
Subject titles include:  

  • Antisocial Behaviour
  • Conduct Disorder & Other Disruptive Behaviour Disorders
  • Aggressive Behaviour
  • Juvenile Offenders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Suicide
  • Abuse & Neglect
  • Substance Abuse  

Available in NOW - Price $20.00

 

Antisocial and Violent Youth Vol. 1

Youth Update was first published in 1983 with the purpose of providing policy makers, the public, parents, and professionals with knowledge of current research on antisocial and violent youth. This book is a compilation of abstracts featured in Youth Update over the past 15 years. The book contains over 250 abstracts from over 70 professional journals. Abstracts are organized by subject, thus providing a convenient reference for both professionals and scholars. This book covers all significant developments in the field of antisocial youth in the last 15 years. $35.50.

 

Are You Worried about Your Child's Misbehaviour?to top

Prepared by the IAY and published by the Ontario Medical Association, this pamphlet provides step by step guidelines for concerned parents. Information includes: why some children misbehave; steps for preventing the development of unacceptable behaviour; when not to worry; when parents should worry; what parents can do to deal with problem behaviours; when parents should seek help from outside; and where parents can turn for assistance. Due to international demand, this pamphlet is available in several languages (including English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Italian, Inuktituk, Serbian, and Croation)

 

Antisocial and Violent Youth
DO NOT CHOOSE to be Bad
to top

Written for mental health professionals, this pamphlet challenges the popular belief that violent youth could be like other youngsters if they wanted to and tried hard enough. The biological and social factors which lead to recognizing the needs of these youth and providing them with services to help them is stressed.

 

Youth Updateto top

Edited by Dr. Jalal Shamsie, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. This newsletter provides jargon free and easy to comprehend abstracts of clinically relevant articles selected from over 70 professional journals. Articles address issues such as the causes, prevention, and effective treatment of antisocial and violent behaviour in adolescents. Youth Update is a quick, easy, and inexpensive way for you to stay in touch with the research and new developments in the field. Youth Update is published three times each year and the annual subscription rate is only $15.00.

"Youth Update is an excellent and indeed unique publication in summarizing up-to-date research in a readable way. It is useful not only to practitioners but also to scholars such as myself"

David P. Farrington, Ph.D, F.B.A.

Professor of Psychological Criminology,

University of Cambridge

 

Troublesome Childrento top

Written by Dr. Jalal Shamsie, this book was designed to help professionals and students who specialize or who wish to know more about antisocial behaviour in youth. The development, course, and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder are described in a parallel format so that the disorders can be easily compared. This book is $15.00

"It is a quick easy read and should be available to the staff of all agencies working with children and youth"

Wade Junek

Canadian Acedemy of Child Psychiatry Bulletin

 

Youth with Conduct Disorderto top

Edited by Dr. Jalal Shamsie, this booklet provides an in depth literature review and discussion of issues regarding the research, prevention, and treatment of Conduct Disorder. It also summarizes ideas for future planning that were developed at a meeting involving some of the leading researchers and clinicians in the field of antisocial youth. This publication is $10.00.



For further information, please contact:

Institute for the study of Antisocial behaviour in Youth (lAY)
Syl Apps Youth Centre
475 Iroquois Shore Road
Oakville, ON L6H 1M3
Tel.: (905) 844-4110 ext 2202
Fax: (905) 844-2996
Email:
info@kinark.on.ca

Home | About the IAY | Publications | Seminars | Video Library | Links | Search

Affiliated with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and The Hospital for Sick Children

        

CAMH  Sick Kids


This page was last updated on Friday, June 6, 2003 11:34 AM