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Variations in Activity Involvement: How Breadth, Commitment, and Depth Predict Adjustment
The present study examined the independent and shared contributions of three dimensions of organized activity involvement (breadth, commitment, and depth) in relation to four adjustment outcomes (academic competence, social ...
Peer Victimization and Adjustment: The Moderating Role of Personal Orientations
The present study examined whether associations between peer victimization and later aggression, depressive symptoms, and school liking are moderated by personal orientations, including popularity, affiliation, academic, ...