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Exposure to Social Media Racial Discrimination and Mental Health among Adolescents of Color

Xiangyu Tao, Celia B. Fisher,

Offline and online racial discrimination has been associated with mental health problems among adolescents of color. Pandemic shelter-at-home policies and the reignited racial justice movement increased the use of social media among youth of color, potentially exposing them to social media racial discrimination. Yet, it is unclear which aspects of ... Read more >>

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Ethnic-Racial Socialization, Ethnic-Racial Identity, and Depressive Symptoms in Korean Adolescents in the United States and China.

Yishan Shen, Hyunkyung Lee, Yoonsun Choi, Yueqin Hu, Kihyun Kim,

The United States and China are top two receiving countries of Korean immigrants in modern history. Minority families in ethnically-racially diverse societies, such as the US and China, use various ethnic-racial socialization practices (cultural socialization, promotion of mistrust, preparation for bias) to help their children navigate the world, yet research ... Read more >>

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Schools, Subcultural Values, and the Risk of Youth Violence: The Influence of the Code of the Street among Students in Three U.S. Cities.

Lorine A Hughes, Ekaterina V Botchkovar, Olena Antonaccio, Anastasiia Timmer,

Little is known about the role of subcultural values in the development of violence in schools and among school-aged children. Drawing on the "code of the street" thesis, which identifies schools as important staging grounds in the campaign for respect among young people, this study aims to fill this gap ... Read more >>

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Longitudinal Associations Between Depressive Symptoms and Quality of Romantic Relationships in Late Adolescence.

Daniek H J Joosten, Stefanie A Nelemans, Wim Meeus, Susan Branje,

While youth with higher levels of depressive symptoms appear to have lower quality romantic relationships, little is known about longitudinal associations for both men and women. Therefore, this study used longitudinal dyadic design to examine both concurrent and longitudinal associations between depressive symptoms and positive as well as negative aspects ... Read more >>

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Longitudinal Links of Individual and Collective Morality with Adolescents' Peer Aggression.

Gianluca Gini, Robert Thornberg, Kay Bussey, Federica Angelini, Tiziana Pozzoli,

Adolescents' aggressive behavior has been often linked to biases in morality. However, limited knowledge is available regarding the relative strength of different moral correlates, both at the individual and class-level, in predicting different types of aggressive behavior over time. To address this gap, the present study tested the prospective associations ... Read more >>

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Ethnic Diversity and Students' Social Adjustment in Dutch Classrooms.

Anke Munniksma, Johanna Ziemes, Philipp Jugert,

Research in the US indicates that classroom diversity is related to better social adjustment of students, but research on this association in European classrooms is limited in scope and yields inconsistent findings. This study examined how classroom ethnic diversity is related to social adjustment of societally dominant versus minoritized ethnic ... Read more >>

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In the Aftermath of School Victimization: Links Between Authoritative School Climate and Adolescents' Perceptions of the Negative Effects of Bullying Victimization.

Kevin A Gee, Misha D Haghighat, Tseng M Vang, North Cooc,

Although authoritative school climate-strict, yet fair enforcement of rules alongside strong adult support-is associated with lower rates of bullying victimization, less is known about whether it influences how negatively adolescents feel after being victimized at school. Further, it is unclear whether boys and girls respond differently to an authoritative climate. ... Read more >>

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Affinity for Solitude and Motivations for Spending Time Alone Among Early and Mid- Adolescents.

Meghan E Borg, Teena Willoughby,

Research on the link between affinity for solitude (a tendency to enjoy time alone) and psychosocial adjustment among adolescents has been mixed; however, this may depend on whether time spent alone is motivated by positive (self-reflection, creative pursuits) or reactive (negative affect, avoiding social interaction) factors. The current study investigated ... Read more >>

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Electronic Teen Dating Violence Curves by Age.

Elyse J Thulin, Marc A Zimmerman, Yasamin Kusunoki, Poco Kernsmith, Joanne Smith-Darden, Justin E Heinze,

Electronic dating violence is a form of violence perpetrated through electronics between dating partners and is associated with worse mental health, greater risk of substance use, and increased risk of in-person forms of dating violence. Though prevalent and seeming to increase in occurrence across adolescence, little is known about trajectories ... Read more >>

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Family and Peer Relationships in a Residential Youth Sample: Exploring Unique, Non-Linear, and Interactive Associations with Depressive Symptoms and Suicide Risk.

Alannah Shelby Rivers, Jody Russon, Payne Winston-Lindeboom, Linda Ruan-Iu, Guy Diamond,

Close relationships are consequential for youth depressive symptoms and suicide risk, but nuanced research examining intersecting factors is needed to improve identification and intervention. This study examines a clinical, residential sample of 939 adolescents and young adults ages 10 to 23 years old (M = 15.84, SD = 1.53; 97.7% white, 99.5% non-Hispanic, 55% ... Read more >>

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Prosocial Video Game Content, Empathy and Cognitive Ability in a Large Sample of Youth.

Sarah Garcia, Christopher J Ferguson, C K John Wang,

Whether playing video games with prosocial content has an influence on empathy among players remains contentious in the research literature. Some evidence suggests playing cooperatively with other gamers enhances empathy, but data have not conclusively linked prosocial content with empathy. Further, mechanisms of this potential relationship are unclear, and little ... Read more >>

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"Wild Years": Rock Music, Problem Behaviors and Mental Well-being in Adolescence and Young Adulthood.

Tom T Bogt, William W Hale, Andrik Becht,

Adolescent preferences for non-mainstream types of rock music can be markers of adolescent problem behaviors, but no study has ever investigated whether this relationship continues into adulthood. In a six-wave study, 900 Dutch adolescents were followed from ages 12 to 21 (Mage T1 12.4, 51.1% girls), while reporting on depressive ... Read more >>

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Longitudinal Associations Between Prosociality and Depressive Symptoms in Chinese Children: The Mediating Role of Peer Preference.

Guomin Jin, Rui Fu, Dan Li, Xinyin Chen, Junsheng Liu,

Despite empirical findings that prosociality is related to decreased depressive symptoms in children, little is known about the directionality of the relations and the mechanisms that may explain the relations. To address these gaps, this study examined bi-directional associations between prosociality and depressive symptoms and the mediating effects of peer ... Read more >>

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Adolescent Victim Types Across the Popularity Status Hierarchy: Differences in Internalizing Symptoms.

Sarah T Malamut, Molly Dawes, Yvonne van den Berg, Tessa A M Lansu, David Schwartz, Antonius H N Cillessen,

Previous studies have called attention to the fact that popular youth are not immune to peer victimization, suggesting there is heterogeneity in the popularity of victims. Yet, no study to date has determined whether victims with different levels of popularity status can be identified using person-oriented analysis. Such analysis is ... Read more >>

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Perceptions of Legal Authorities in a Longitudinal Study of Adjudicated Youth.

Natasha Pusch, Kristy Holtfreter, Nicole McKenna, Adam D Fine,

While perceptions of the legitimacy of formal authority have been found to influence offending, little is known about the extent to which such perceptions influence the related outcome of victimization. This study addressed this gap by examining how changes in legitimacy affected victimization both within- and between-individuals. This study used ... Read more >>

J Youth Adolesc (Journal of youth and adolescence)
[2021, 50(11):2224-2235]

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Confirming Profiles of Comorbid Psychological Symptoms in Urban Youth: Exploring Gender Differences and Trait Mindfulness.

Lindsey Webb, Erica Sibinga, Rashelle Musci, Laura K Clary, Tamar Mendelson,

Prior work has identified the need for replication of psychological research; however, validation efforts are rare. The purpose of the current study was to confirm latent profiles of comorbid psychological symptoms in an urban adolescent sample and examine differences in gender and trait mindfulness across these profiles. Cross-sectional data from ... Read more >>

J Youth Adolesc (Journal of youth and adolescence)
[2021, 50(11):2249-2261]

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Evaluating a Sport-Based Mental Health Literacy Intervention in Australian Amateur Sporting Adolescents.

Brittany Patafio, David Skvarc, Peter Miller, Shannon Hyder,

Youth amateur sporting environments present an untapped, under-researched, and potentially vital avenue for targeted mental health intervention programs. This study evaluates such an intervention in 12 sporting clubs, comprising of 330 Australian youth aged 12-15 years (M = 13.73, SD = 0.79). Mental health literacy, help-seeking intentions, and help-seeking behaviors were measured throughout the ... Read more >>

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Childhood ADHD Symptoms, Parent Emotion Socialization, and Adolescent Peer Problems: Indirect Effects Through Emotion Dysregulation.

Julia D McQuade, Rosanna Breaux, Arianna E Mordy, Daria Taubin,

Although parent reactions to children's negative emotions are important to the development of adolescent social and emotional functioning, there is a lack of research examining this aspect of parenting in samples that include youth with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This study addresses this gap in the research by examining the independent ... Read more >>

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Long-Term Effects of Acceptance and Rejection by Parents and Peers on Educational Attainment: A Study from Pre-Adolescence to Early Adulthood.

Sofie J Lorijn, Maaike C Engels, Mark Huisman, René Veenstra,

Acceptance and rejection by parents and peers play an important role in pre-adolescents' educational outcomes. Prior research focused on either parents or peers, did not encompass effects into adulthood, or considered either acceptance or rejection. This study investigated the relation between parental and peer acceptance and rejection, and their interplay, ... Read more >>

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Sibling Bullying: A Prospective Longitudinal Study of Associations with Positive and Negative Mental Health during Adolescence.

Umar Toseeb, Dieter Wolke,

Sibling bullying is associated with poor mental health outcomes, but the relevance of specific bullying roles remains unclear. Data from a population-based study (n = 17,157, 48% female) focusing on early (11 years), middle (14 years), and late (17 years) adolescence were analyzed. Associations between sibling bullying roles in early adolescence and ... Read more >>

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The Leadership Stories Our Youth Are Told: Characterizations of Leadership Behaviors and Orientations in Popular Youth TV Shows.

Shayna Maskell, Graziella Pagliarulo McCarron, Jessie Cannon, Steven Zhou, Stephen J Zacarro, Thalia R Goldstein,

Given the consistently high viewership of television (TV) by youth, the social, behavioral, developmental, and psychological impact of such viewing has been studied for decades. Yet, little research has focused on the connections between youth, the TV shows to which they are exposed, and the characterizations of leadership presented to ... Read more >>

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Dimensions of Athletic Identity and their Associations with Drinking Behaviors among a National Sample of University Athletes in the United States.

Alan Meca, Kelsie Allison, Richie Kubilus, Janine V Olthuis, Jennifer E Merrill, Byron L Zamboanga, David Wyrick, Jeffrey J Milroy, Kyla Carr,

Although prior studies have indicated athletic identity plays a role in alcohol use among college athletes, this research has largely drawn on a unidimensional conceptualization. Addressing this gap, the current study utilized a sample of 8,550 university athletes (M<sub>age</sub> = 19.70 years, SD = 1.33, 50.8% men) from 203 U.S. post-secondary institutions to examine ... Read more >>

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Contextualizing the Well-being of Asexual Youth: Evidence of Differences in Family, Health, and School Outcomes.

Kay A Simon, Heath M Hawthorne, Alyssa N Clark, Benton M Renley, Rachel H Farr, Lisa A Eaton, Ryan J Watson,

Despite increasing efforts to better understand sexual and gender minority youth (SGMY), asexual youth remain understudied. This study examines differences in health, family support, and school safety among asexual youth (n = 938) from a national study of SGMY (N = 17,112) ages 13-17. Compared to non-asexual youth, asexual youth were more likely to ... Read more >>

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Monoaminergic Multilocus Genetic Variants Interact with Stressful Life Events in Predicting Changes in Adolescent Anxiety Symptoms: A One-year Longitudinal Study.

Cong Cao, Kexin Sun, Lili Cao, Feifei Li,

Research suggests that genetic variants linked to monoaminergic neurotransmitter function moderate the association between stress and anxiety symptoms, but examining gene-environment (G × E) interactions with individual genes limits power. As one of polygenetic approaches, the multilocus genetic profile score is derived theoretically from combining the effects of multiple candidate genes based ... Read more >>

J Youth Adolesc (Journal of youth and adolescence)
[2021, 50(11):2194-2207]

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School Matters: The Effects of School Experiences on Youth's Attitudes toward Immigrants.

Katharina Eckstein, Marta Miklikowska, Peter Noack,

Although schools have been described as an important socialization context for the development of intergroup attitudes, longitudinal multilevel studies are still rare within this field. This 3-wave study (with annual assessments) of German adolescents (N = 1292; M<sub>age</sub> = 13.86; 51.8% female) examined the role of school experiences (perceived multicultural education, supportive peer relations ... Read more >>

J Youth Adolesc (Journal of youth and adolescence)
[2021, 50(11):2208-2223]

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