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the selected articles.
Article #1
Article #2
Article #3
Article #4
McKelvey, L. M., Conners
Edge, N. A., Fitzgerald, S.,
Kraleti, S., & Whiteside-
Mansell, L. (2017).
Adverse childhood
experiences: Screening
and health in children from
birth to age 5. Families,
Systems, & Health, 35(4),
420.
Melville, A. (2017). Adverse
childhood experiences from
ages 02 and young adult
health: implications for
preventive screening and
early intervention. Journal of
Child & Adolescent
Trauma, 10(3), 207-215.
Schofield, T. J., Donnellan,
M. B., Merrick, M. T., Ports,
K. A., Klevens, J., & Leeb,
R. (2018).
Intergenerational continuity
in adverse childhood
experiences and rural
community
environments. American
Journal of Public
Health, 108(9), 1148-1152.
Zare, M., Narayan, M.,
Lasway, A., Kitsantas,
P., Wojtusiak, J., &
Oetjen, C. A. (2018).
Influence of adverse
childhood experiences
on anxiety and
depression in children
aged 6 to 11
years. Pediatric
Nursing, 44(6).
Evidence Level *
(I, II, or III)
Level II
Level II
Level 1
Level II
Conceptual Framework
Describe the theoretical basis for
the study (If there is no one
mentioned in the article, say
that here). **
I chose this article as it
evaluates how adverse
childhood experiences
(ACEs) led to the
occurrence of childhood
toxic stress. Due to the
factors above, a child
experiences both
biological and
behavioral changes that
may affect the long-term
development of their
I chose this article because
it specifically focuses on
the analysis of ACEs that
occurred in the early
stages of child
development. The articles
explore both long and
short-term trauma that a
child is exposed to in
various stages from
infancy to toddlerhood.
I chose this research
article since it illustrates
how ACEs and their
impacts tend to be
repeated across various
generations in families.
The importance of these
articles is that it focuses
on possible measures
that can be implemented
to produce long-term
benefits in both the
physical and mental
I chose this article
since it evaluates the
relationship between
ACEs and anxiety and
depression to children
falling in the age
groups of 6 and 11.
The articles suggest
that when children are
exposed to pronged
cases of ACEs, they
can experience
lifelong issues with
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health and body.
No theoretical basis
mentioned in the articles
Mixed methods research
well-being of children.
Quantitative research
both their mental
health and also suffer
various chronic
illnesses.
Quantitative research
Design/Method
Describe the design and how the
study was carried out (In detail,
including inclusion/exclusion
criteria).
The design method for
the research article was
based on implemented
closed-ended questions
that, to participants. The
only response to these
questions was yes or no
answers. The closed-
ended questions enabled
the data to be quantified
for purposes of coding
and processing.
The research study was
carried out on the
evaluation of home
visiting services, which
was funded through an
agency in the state of
Arkansas. The study
aimed to examine
whether there is the
existence of evidence
that might assess
children’s exposures to
The research study
examined the relationship
between individuals who
were exposed to ACEs in
the age of between 0 and 2
and how it affected their
adulthood based on
various outcomes. The
research was conducted
based on data collected
from various Longitudinal
studies of Child Abuse
and Neglect. The study
also incorporated data
from self-proclaimed
childhood experiences that
were proven to be adverse.
The study was
conducted through the
use of professional
interviews that were
conducted in families on
two occasions. During
each visit, the mother,
father and adolescent
child were interviewed
separately. The
questions asked related
to topics like finances,
school, work, family
life, mental and physical
health status, and social
relationships formed by
each individual.
The design method
for the research was
based on already
collected data from
the National Survey
of Children’s Health
(NSCH). Over the
years, the NSCH has
collected data of more
than 95,000 children
across the United
States. The research
article used that data
and only considered
the one that applied to
children between the
ages of 6-7, which
attributed to more
than 30,000 children.
The research study
focused on data
relating to anxiety and
depression, which
correlated with
various ACE scores

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Critical Appraisal Tool Worksheet Template Article #1 Full APA formatted citation of the selected articles. Evidence Level * (I, II, or III) Article #3 Zare, M., Narayan, M., Lasway, A., Kitsantas, P., Wojtusiak, J., & Oetjen, C. A. (2018). Influence of adverse childhood experiences on anxiety and depression in children aged 6 to 11 years. Pediatric Nursing, 44(6). Melville, A. (2017). Adverse childhood experiences from ages 0–2 and young adult health: implications for preventive screening and early intervention. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 10(3), 207-215. Level II Level II Level 1 Level II I chose this article because it specifically focuses on the analysis of ACEs that occurred in the early stages of child development. The articles explore both long and short-term trauma that a child is exposed to in various stages from infancy to toddlerhood. I chose this research article since it illustrates how ACEs and their impacts tend to be repeated across various generations in families. The importance of these articles is that it focuses on possible measures that can be implemented to produce long-term benefits in both the physical and mental I chose this article since it evaluates the relationship between ACEs and anxiety and depression to children falling in the age groups of 6 and 11. The articles suggest that when children are exposed to pronged cases of ACEs, they can experience lifelong issues with I chose this article as it evaluates how adverse chi ...
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