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Identity Formation in Context
The overarching goal of the proposed study was to expand Berzonsky’s model by examining associations among identity processing styles and contextual and behavioral factors, and by investigating whether these associations ...
The Effect of Affect Regulation on the Relationship between Attachment and Internalizing/Externalizing Behavior Problems in Male Adolescents who have Sexually Offended
It is important to better understand those who perpetrate sexually; however, much of the available research has been conducted with adult sex offenders. Since research has found that these adults frequently report ...
The Effect of Depressotypic Attributions on Marital Satisfaction as Mediated by Spousal Support and Moderated by Length of Marriage in Mothers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Mothers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) face unique stressors in caring for their child(ren) with a disability which often spill over into other areas of their lives, including their marriages. The present ...
Peer Victimization and School Adjustment in Early Adolescence: Friends' Social Adjustment as a Moderator
Peer victimization is a relatively common occurrence during the middle school years and has been found to be negatively associated with school outcomes. Friends are thought to serve ameliorative functions for adolescents ...
The Interplay of Positive Parenting and Positive Social Information Processing in the Prediction Of Children’s Social and Behavioral Adjustment
There is a well documented literature establishing the relationship of parenting behaviors with child positive (i.e. social skills) and negative (i.e. aggressive problems) adjustment outcomes. However, relatively fewer ...