Interpersonal maturity level classification

juvenile diagnosis and treatment of low, middle and high maturitydelinquents by Marguerite Q. Warren

Publisher: California Community Treatment Project in [Sacramento]

Written in English
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Statementprepared by Marguerite Q. Warren and the Community Treatment Staff.
ContributionsCalifornia (Department of the Youth Authority). Community Treatment Project.
The Physical Object
Pagination60p.
Number of Pages60
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Interpersonal maturity level classification: Juvenile diagnosis and treatment of low, middle and high maturity delinquents Unknown Binding – January 1, by Author: Marguerite Q Warren.

Abstract. The Interpersonal Maturity Level Classification System, more Interpersonal maturity level classification book known as I-level, is designed to increase treatment effectiveness with delinquent youths.

Consisting of both a developmental classification and a response-style typology, it clarifies differences and similarities among youths in ways that permit matching Cited by: The Interpersonal Maturity Level Classification System, more commonly known as I-level, is designed to increase treatment effectiveness with delinquent youths.

Consisting of both a developmental. Interpersonal maturity level classification: juvenile. Diagnosis and treatment of low maturity delinquents by John E. Riggs. Published in. Written in EnglishPages: Harris, P.W. () ‘The interpersonal maturity level classification system: I-level, Special issue: Correctional classification based upon psychological characteristics’, Criminal Justice and Behavior, vol.

15,58–77 CrossRef Google Scholar Hausman, P. (–) ‘ Régulation sociale du comportement délinquanf, Cited by: 2. This article describes the Interpersonal Maturity Level (I-level) classification system, which is used by the California Youth Authority for classifying and identifying different types of youth; use of the technique in several youth programs is highlighted.

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Search by title, author, illustrator, or keyword using the search box above. The Interpersonal Maturity Level Classification (Warren ; Warren et al., ) assesses psychological development in terms of seven “I-levels,” which characterize the way an individual views the world and by: CHAPTER 4 LEADERSHIP THEORIES AND MODELS 1.

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Interpersonal maturity level classification: juvenile diagnosis and treatment of low, middle and high maturity delinquents. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Juvenile delinquency. Historically, prison classification has moved from merely separating types of offenders to complex, empirically derived systems focusing on a variety of issues.

1 Risk predictions, needs assessments, etiologies of criminal behavior, and optimizing treatment are just some of the goals of recently developed classification systems. This diversity Cited by: 7.

Interpersonal maturity level classification: Juvenile. 1, Diagnosis and treatment of low maturity delinquents Author: John E Riggs ; William Underwood ; Marguerite Q Warren.

The Classification of Criminal Behavior: Selected Papers from a Seminar Series Page 32 - givers" or "withholders" and has no conception of interpersonal refinement beyond this. He has poor capacity to explain, understand, or predict the behavior or reactions of others.

He is not interested in things outside himself except as a source of. Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 9(4) Mental Health as Level of Interpersonal Maturity. Alan Grey, Ph.D. and Michael Davies, Ph.D. As problematic as any idea in the field of mental health is the concept of “mental health” itself.

higher level of maturity. Every archetype in interpersonal relations is presented either in a constructive form (ups and downs in one’s job, profession, career) or destructive form which is often spontaneous and unconscious it destroys.

Miller, Darlene Rae, "A construct validity study of the Interpersonal Maturity Level classification system for youth offenders." (). Doctoral Dissertations - February. Administrative Context of Internal Classification Organization of the book.

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Discussion. 15 Traits Of An Emotionally Mature Person Age and time have little to do with maturity; there are plenty of mature young people and just as many from older generations who are childish. Maturity is about the way you act and interact with the world around you.

I was flipping through my old interpersonal skills book from college to find a simple model. It’s a great book, the research is sound, but I found the model a little more complicated than what I wanted to share.

Instead, I’ll simply share how we tend to practice the different levels of communication in the halls of Microsoft. Robert Kegan’s stages of Social Maturity/ orders of consciousness I happened to stumble upon recently on an excellent two series article by Mark Dombeck about the theories of Robert Kegan.

The articles are really good and I strongly recommended that you go there and read the stuff in its entirety/10(2). This study demonstrates the relevance of interpersonal-maturity theory (I-level) for treatment and research with offender populations, arguing that classification by stage of ego development produces relatively homogeneous groups for wich matching treatment interventions can be.

Warren, M. and the staff of the Community Treatment Project. Interpersonal maturity level classification: Diagnosis, and treatment of low, middle, and high maturity delinquents.

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Interpersonal conflict is distinct from interpersonal violence, which goes beyond communication to include abuse. Conflict is an inevitable part of close relationships and can take a negative emotional toll.

It takes effort to ignore someone or be passive aggressive, and the anger or guilt we may feel after blowing up at someone are valid.Juvenile Justice Final Exam.

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