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Emotion regulation and support from others: Buffering of body dysmorphic symptoms in adolescent and young adult men but not women.

Alex A Gardner, Tanya Hawes, Melanie J Zimmer-Gembeck, Haley J Webb, Allison M Waters, Drew Nesdale,

Adolescents and young adults who overemphasize the social values placed on an attractive appearance may develop body dysmorphic symptoms (BDS), defined as over-preoccupation with perceived appearance flaws and repetitive behaviors to conceal the flaws. Further, research has found that a heightened expectation of judgement and rejection by others because of ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 86:1-10]

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Sport participation may protect socioeconomically disadvantaged youths with refugee backgrounds from experiencing behavioral and emotional difficulties.

Alexander W O'Donnell, Jaimee Stuart, Bonnie L Barber, Peyman Abkhezr,

INTRODUCTION:Youth with refugee backgrounds experience social and socioeconomic difficulties that arise following resettlement. Research has found that sport participation generally provides youth with a protective milieu that is especially beneficial for the most disadvantaged youth. Accordingly, the current study examines whether sport participation is related to positive psychosocial outcomes for ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:148-152]

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Social stigma, ego-resilience, and depressive symptoms in adolescent school dropouts.

Taeyeon Kwon,

INTRODUCTION:Adolescent dropouts experience various psychosocial difficulties such as social stigma, depressive symptoms, and anxiety after they leave school. This study examined the longitudinal effects of social stigma on depressive symptoms, and the mediating effects of ego-resilience in the relationship between these two variables among South Korean adolescent dropouts aged 14 ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:153-163]

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Sexual debut and college entrance among South Korean adolescents.

Hyun Sik Kim,

INTRODUCTION:For the past few decades, numerous theoretical perspectives have predicted a negative association between adolescent sexual debut and the probability of college entrance. The present article extends the literature by using nationally representative longitudinal data from South Korea to assess these perspectives. METHODS:Drawing on longitudinal data from South Korea, this ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:126-134]

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Dual-centered ANCOVA: Resolving contradictory results from Lord's paradox with implications for reducing bias in longitudinal analyses.

Hua Lin, Robert E Larzelere,

INTRODUCTION:Valid causal inferences are necessary to use developmental research to improve adolescent outcomes. What type of change should be analyzed to approximate causal inferences from longitudinal data? Difference-score and ANCOVA-type analyses often produce contradictory results, a problem known as Lord's paradox. This study investigates 2-group, 2-wave difference-score analyses and ANCOVA, ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:135-147]

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Depression symptoms in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder: A contextual approach to mental health comorbidities.

Jessica L Greenlee, Marica A Winter, Marie Johnson,

INTRODUCTION:Although research on mental health comorbidities in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has increased in recent years, little has been done to evaluate potential individual × environment interactions associated with these comorbidities. The current study explored whether ASD-related characteristics (social-communication impairment) and environmental factors (peer and family contexts) had additive or interactive effects ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:120-125]

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Parental and kinship ties, and low self-control: Violence perpetration among rural African American adolescents from the Black Belt.

Charlene Harris, J Melissa Scarpate, Alexander T Vazsonyi,

INTRODUCTION:A substantial body of research supports both social control and self-control theories in explaining violent or deviant behaviors. Most previous work has focused on the links between family ties or bonds and deviance, along with low self-control. A potentially untested and overlooked bond is the extended kinship network, particularly among ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:115-119]

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Effects of the school environment on early sexual risk behavior: A longitudinal analysis of students in English secondary schools.

Amy J Peterson, Elizabeth Allen, Russell Viner, Chris Bonell,

INTRODUCTION:The theory of human functioning and school organization proposes that schools promote health by strengthening students' educational engagement. Previous studies have relied on proxy measures of engagement and not examined sexual health. This paper addresses these gaps. METHODS:Longitudinal data came from the control arm of a randomized trial involving female ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:106-114]

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Performance and well-being of native and immigrant students. Comparative analysis based on PISA 2018.

Susana Rodríguez, Antonio Valle, Ludmila Martins Gironelli, Estefania Guerrero, Bibiana Regueiro, Iris Estévez,

INTRODUCTION:The emotional, cultural, and economic changes involved in the process of coping with migration can be particularly difficult during adolescence. How education systems respond to the challenges posed by the flow of immigration has profound implications for society. One of the ways that students can demonstrate their adaptation to the ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:96-105]

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Curious eyes and awkward smiles: Menstruation and adolescent boys in India.

Mukta Gundi, Malavika A Subramanyam,

INTRODUCTION:Most Indian studies on menstruation include only girls/women as participants, making it a 'women's' topic. This exclusion of adolescent boys fails to understand menstruation as a social epidemiological entity with existing gender inequalities. For engaging boys to play a meaningful role in improving women's health, studying their knowledge, beliefs regarding ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:80-95]

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Perfectionism and insomnia in adolescents: The role of vulnerability to stress and gender.

Cele Richardson, Michael Gradisar,

INTRODUCTION:Perfectionism is an often overlooked yet consistent construct related to insomnia in the scientific literature. Perfectionism and insomnia are both highly prevalent in adolescence. However, there is a dearth of research examining mechanisms linking perfectionism with insomnia, particularly in young people. The current study aimed to investigate whether vulnerability to ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:70-79]

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Girl2Girl: How to develop a salient pregnancy prevention program for cisgender sexual minority adolescent girls.

Michele L Ybarra, Myeshia Price-Feeney, Tonya Prescott, Carol Goodenow, Elizabeth Saewyc, Margaret Rosario,

INTRODUCTION:Although sexual minority girls are more likely than heterosexual girls to be pregnant during adolescence, programs tailored to their needs are non-existent. Here we describe the iterative development of Girl2Girl, a text messaging-based pregnancy prevention program for cisgender lesbian, gay, bisexual and other sexual minority (LGB+) girls across the United ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:41-58]

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The asylum-process, bicultural identity and depression among unaccompanied young refugees.

Brit Oppedal, Visnja Ramberg, Espen Røysamb,

INTRODUCTION:The overall aim of the present study was to expand our knowledge about depression among unaccompanied refugee minors in the years after they were granted protection in Norway. Predictors were contextual variables in terms of the asylum-process, acculturation variables in terms of bicultural identity, and demographic information such as residence-time. ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:59-69]

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The role of negative emotional reactivity and neighborhood factors in predicting marijuana use during early adolescence.

Rachel M Tache, Jill A Rabinowitz, Andrew A Gepty, Sharon F Lambert, Beth A Reboussin, Maureen D Reynolds,

INTRODUCTION:Negative emotional reactivity and the neighborhood environment have been individually associated with marijuana use outcomes; however, less is known about whether neighborhood factors differentiate the association between negative emotional reactivity and marijuana use. The present study examined whether neighborhood risk (i.e., neighborhood problems) and protective factors (i.e., neighborhood social cohesion) ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:32-40]

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The effect of social feedback from peers on adolescent cognitive control.

Miriam Hollarek, Nikki C Lee, Lydia Krabbendam,

INTRODUCTION:Social feedback can influence cognitive control during adolescence, particularly if provided by peers. The main aim of this study was to investigate if feedback given by liked or disliked peers differentially influenced adolescents' cognitive control. The second aim was to investigate if these effects could be linked to the participants' ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:12-20]

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Perspective taking, empathic concern, agreeableness, and parental support: Transactional associations across adolescence.

Martijn Van Heel, Patricia Bijttebier, Hilde Colpin, Luc Goossens, Wim Van Den Noortgate, Karine Verschueren, Karla Van Leeuwen,

INTRODUCTION:Empathy consists of a cognitive and an affective component, of which it is thought that there are gender differences. Previous studies also suggest that maternal and paternal support play a more prominent role in the development of an adolescent's affective and cognitive empathy, respectively. Besides the environmental factor, that is ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:21-31]

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Development of emotion regulation across the first two years of college.

Crystal L Park, Michelle K Williams, Paul R Hernandez, V Bede Agocha, Sharon Y Lee, Lauren M Carney, David Loomis,

INTRODUCTION:Emotion regulation is thought to develop substantially from late adolescence into early adulthood; further, the rate of development purportedly varies based on personal and contextual characteristics. However, little research has explicitly documented this maturation in young adulthood or identified its determinants. We aimed to (1) characterize how adaptive (positive reappraisal, ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:230-242]

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The role of social support in differentiating trajectories of adolescent depressed mood.

Danica Gregory, Deborah Turnbull, Jana Bednarz, Tess Gregory,

INTRODUCTION:This study explored the extent to which disaggregated support from family, peers, close friendships, teachers, and schools predicted membership into identified, sex-specific trajectories of depressed mood in 3210 Australian adolescents (49% females) based on self-report data collected at four annual time points from school Grade 6 to 9 (ages 10-16). ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 85:1-11]

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Quantifying gender norm resistance.

Matthew G Nielson, Carol Lynn Martin, Leoandra Onnie Rogers, Cindy Faith Miller, Dawn England,

INTRODUCTION:Qualitative and mixed-methods researchers have described the experience of gender norm resistance in adolescence and identified potential types of resistance including indirect resistance (motivated by a preference for gender-atypicality) and direct resistance (motivated by dislike of gender norms and a desire to change them). Building on this work, we developed ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:219-229]

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Brief report: Gender and ethnicity predict adolescent self-silencing above and beyond gender ideology.

Angelica Puzio, Deborah L Best,

INTRODUCTION:Feminist scholars have proposed that adolescents experience a loss of voice termed "self-silencing" due to the internalization of gender norms. A growing literature shows that the content and strength of adolescents' gender norms is dependent on ethic socialization practices. METHODS:We examined the association among self-silencing behaviors and gender ideology, measured ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:243-250]

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How do adolescents deal with intrusive parenting? The role of coping with psychologically controlling parenting in internalizing and externalizing problems.

Nele Flamant, Leen Haerens, Elien Mabbe, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Bart Soenens,

INTRODUCTION:While research has shown convincingly that psychologically controlling parenting increases the risk for internalizing and externalizing problems among adolescents, little is known about how adolescents cope with such parenting. This study examined the role of two non-autonomous ways of coping (i.e., compulsive compliance and oppositional defiance) and one more autonomous ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:200-212]

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A first investigation into gender minority adolescents' sexting experiences.

Joris Van Ouytsel, Michel Walrave, Lieven De Marez, Bart Vanhaelewyn, Koen Ponnet,

INTRODUCTION:Gender minority adolescents, such as transgender, gender nonconforming, gender diverse and non-binary youth, may face unique challenges with regard to online sexual communication. They may be especially vulnerable for sexting-related risks. The aim of this study is to explore the sexting experiences of gender minority youth among a school-based sample. ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:213-218]

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Factors that support high school completion: A longitudinal examination of quality teacher-student relationships and intentions to graduate.

Emma C Burns,

INTRODUCTION:Stage-environment fit theory (SEF) posits that students leave school when their environments do not meet their needs. Quality teacher-student relationships (QTSRs) are a critical element of students' environments. Moreover, QTSRs help students internalize positive intentions to graduate. QTSRs and intentions to graduate have both been identified as separate determinants of ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:180-189]

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Exploring childhood temperament as a moderator of the association between adolescent sexual minority status and internalizing and externalizing behavior problems.

Alexa Martin-Storey, Jean-Pascal Lemelin, Caroline Temcheff, Michèle Déry,

INTRODUCTION:Sexual minority youth experience worse mental health compared to their heterosexual peers, reflecting the consequences of sexual minority-based stigma. Previous research has focused on contextual variation to understand variability within this vulnerability. Childhood temperament factors such as negative affect, effortful control and surgency/extraversion are important for understanding differential susceptibility to ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:190-199]

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Emotional separation, parental trust, and psychosocial adjustment in preadolescence and early adolescence.

Kazumi Sugimura, Shogo Hihara, Kai Hatano,

INTRODUCTION:Emotional separation and parental trust are two fundamental components of parent-adolescent relationships across different cultural contexts. Previous research showed that emotional separation hindered adolescents' psychosocial adjustment, while parental trust benefited it. However, research on preadolescence is lacking. Preadolescence is a crucial period, as theories and findings suggest that too early ... Read more >>

J Adolesc (Journal of adolescence)
[2020, 84:165-170]

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