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#1Kelly Marin (Manhattan College)H-Index: 7
#2Amanda Shkreli (Manhattan College)
Abstract Introduction Trauma has the potential to challenge the self and identity development in ways unlike other personal experiences and, undoubtedly, necessitates meaning-making. The purpose of this study is to expand understanding of how young adults make meaning of traumatic experiences and how those processes, either adaptive self-reflection, meaning-making, or narrative rumination, relate to identity development. Methods Using qualitative methods and self-report measures, we examined ref...
#1Fanita A. Tyrell (UMN: University of Minnesota)
#2Ana K. Marcelo (Clark University)H-Index: 2
Last.Tuppett M. Yates (UCR: University of California, Riverside)H-Index: 17
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Abstract Introduction Ethnic-racial identity (ERI) is an important developmental process for ethnic-racial minority youth. However, little is known about how adverse life experiences may be related to ERI development. Thus, the current study evaluated prospective associations of emancipated foster youth's histories of childhood maltreatment and foster placement disruption with ERI centrality and ERI private regard, as well as the adaptive implications of ERI. Method Participants were 144 emancip...
#1Charissa S. L. Cheah (UMBC: University of Maryland, Baltimore County)H-Index: 18
#2Jing YuH-Index: 4
Last.Robert J. Coplan (Carleton University)H-Index: 37
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Abstract Introduction This study examined three different types of Chinese children and adolescents' perceptions of psychologically controlling parenting (love withdrawal, guilt induction, and shaming), their cognitive appraisals of such parenting, and their depressive symptoms. Specifically, the moderating role of children's cognitive appraisal on the association between each type of psychologically controlling parenting and children's depressive symptoms was assessed. Child age and gender effe...
#1Jan Pringle (Edin.: University of Edinburgh)H-Index: 7
#2John McAteer (Edin.: University of Edinburgh)H-Index: 3
Last.Ruth Jepson (Edin.: University of Edinburgh)H-Index: 29
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Abstract Introduction A systematic review of trusted adult interventions for adolescents revealed that there was no common terminology, agreed explicit definition, or detail, regarding the personal qualities, functions and roles fulfilled by trusted adults that was used consistently across the papers. To provide clarity, we therefore aimed to produce a taxonomy of trusted adult input, using evidence drawn from our review. Methods Data from the review findings were used to compile the taxonomy, m...
#2Eric DionH-Index: 10
Last.Jessica R. TosteH-Index: 14
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Abstract Introduction Despite inconclusive findings, educational researchers have long considered adequate parenting practices instrumental in preventing high school dropout among adolescents. The present short-term retrospective study focuses on parenting practices during middle adolescence when dropout typically occurs. Methods The culturally diverse, high-risk sample of Canadian adolescents (N = 108; Mage = 16.0 years) from low-income neighborhoods included very recent dropouts and matched st...
Abstract Introduction Strength-based parenting defined as recognizing and cultivating strengths in children is potentially linked to important child and adolescent outcomes. In this study, direct and indirect effects (via mental toughness) of strength-based parenting on adolescents’ school outcomes, particularly, school engagement and burnout were examined. Methods The sample consisted of 350 high school students (ages 14–18 years; 49.7% female) using multistage cluster sampling from central sch...
#1Elisabeth L. de Moor (UU: Utrecht University)
#2Jolien Van der Graaff (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 6
Last.Susan J. T. Branje (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 39
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Abstract Introduction In the past, stressful life events have been consistently linked to developmental outcomes such as well-being and psychopathological problems. Theory on identity postulates that stressful life events may also predict a regression in identity development. While some support for this link has been found in adult populations, it is important to examine this in adolescence, a time marked by identity development as well as stressful transitions and experiences. Methods In the pr...
#1Maggi Price (BC: Boston College)
#2Whitney Polk (Harvard University)
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Abstract Introduction Growing evidence indicates that identity-based victimization (IBV; e.g., discrimination) is traumatic, and associated with mental health and academic concerns. Youth with multiple stigmatized identities face a higher risk of both victimization and poor mental health. The current study enhances a growing research base on intersectional IBV by examining 1) identity, rather than attribution, 2) a range of IBV experiences, 3) both mental health and academic achievement, 4) the ...
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