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What Happens After School? Linking Latino Adolescents’ Activities and Exposure to Community Violence

Rosario Ceballo, James A. Cranford, Francheska Alers-Rojas, Rosanne M. Jocson, Traci M. Kennedy,

Although community violence and the deleterious behavioral and psychological consequences that are associated with exposure to community violence persist as serious public health concerns, identifying malleable factors that increase or decrease adolescents’ risk of exposure to community violence remains a significant gap in our knowledge base. This longitudinal study addresses ... Read more >>

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What Happens After School? Linking Latino Adolescents' Activities and Exposure to Community Violence.

Rosario Ceballo, James A Cranford, Francheska Alers-Rojas, Rosanne M Jocson, Traci M Kennedy,

Although community violence and the deleterious behavioral and psychological consequences that are associated with exposure to community violence persist as serious public health concerns, identifying malleable factors that increase or decrease adolescents' risk of exposure to community violence remains a significant gap in our knowledge base. This longitudinal study addresses ... Read more >>

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Peer Victimization and Mental Health Problems: Racial-Ethnic Differences in the Buffering Role of Academic Performance.

Rui Fu, Tracy Evian Waasdorp, Julie A Randolph, Catherine P Bradshaw,

Despite research highlighting the importance of academic performance in reducing youth's bullying involvement, little attention has focused on its role in moderating the association between peer victimization and youth maladjustment, further, there have been even fewer studies examining potential racial-ethnic differences in the association. This cross-sectional study examined the function ... Read more >>

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Pathways to Mental Well-Being in Young Carers: The Role of Benefit Finding, Coping, Helplessness, and Caring Tasks.

Hannah Wepf, Stephen Joseph, Agnes Leu,

Although prior research has shown that young carers may perceive benefits from their challenging situation, it is unclear how and when benefit finding leads to better mental health. This study examines pathways through which benefit finding may influence mental well-being. Self-reported data were obtained from 601 adolescents aged 15-21 (M<sub>age</sub> = 17.87, ... Read more >>

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Why is Self-Esteem Higher Among American than Chinese Early Adolescents? The Role of Psychologically Controlling Parenting.

Hung-Yang Chen, Janice Ng, Eva M Pomerantz,

Little is known about why American youth tend to have higher self-esteem than do Chinese youth. This research examined the role of psychologically controlling parenting during early adolescence. 825 youth (48% females; M<sub>age</sub> = 12.73 years) in the United States and China reported on their self-esteem and parents' psychological control every 6 ... Read more >>

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Changes in Patterns of Social Role Combinations at Ages 25-26 among Those Growing Up in England between 1996 and 2015-16: Evidence from the 1970 British Cohort and Next Steps Studies.

Thierry Gagné, Amanda Sacker, Ingrid Schoon,

Changes across education, employment, and family life over the past 20 years challenges the capacity of previously established social role combinations to continue representing the experiences of young men and women born since the late 1980s. Latent class analysis was used to derive patterns of role combinations at ages 25-26 ... Read more >>

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A Within-Individual Examination of the Predictors of Gun Carrying During Adolescence and Young Adulthood Among Young Men.

Jordan Beardslee, Emily Kan, Cortney Simmons, Dustin Pardini, Monica Peniche, Paul J Frick, Laurence Steinberg, Elizabeth Cauffman,

Although prior studies have identified several risk factors for gun carrying, no prior longitudinal studies have examined a comprehensive set of explanatory factors together in within-individual change models or examined whether the predictors of gun carrying change across adolescence and early young adulthood. The present study fills these gaps by ... Read more >>

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Social Withdrawal and Romantic Relationships: A Longitudinal Study in Early Adulthood.

Stefania A Barzeva, Jennifer S Richards, Wim H J Meeus, Albertine J Oldehinkel,

Involvement in romantic relationships is a salient developmental task in late adolescence and early adulthood, and deviations from normative romantic development are linked to adverse outcomes. This study investigated to what extent social withdrawal contributed to deviations from normative romantic development, and vice versa, and the interplay between withdrawal and ... Read more >>

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Latino Adolescents' Academic Trajectories over the Transition to Higher Education: Variation by School and Neighborhood Contexts and Familism.

HyeJung Park, Jeri Sasser, Leah D Doane,

Latino college graduation rates continue to fall behind rates of other racial/ethnic groups, highlighting the importance of understanding risk and protective processes across the transition into higher education. The current study examined changes in socio-cultural contexts (i.e., campus and neighborhood co-ethnic composition) and academic achievement across the college transition for ... Read more >>

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Inhibitory Control Mediates the Associations Between Parenting Practices and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents: The Moderating Role of Catechol-O-Methyltransferase (COMT) Gene.

Yanmiao Cao, Guanghui Chen, Linqin Ji, Wenxin Zhang,

Ample evidence suggested that parental responsiveness, demandingness, and autonomy granting protect adolescents from depressive symptoms. However, what is less well understood is how parenting practices reduce the risk of depressive symptoms. This study tested the protective effects of parenting practices and inhibitory control on depressive symptoms, along with the mediating ... Read more >>

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Adolescents' Judgment of Homophobic Name-Calling: The Role of Peer/Friend Context and Emotional Response.

Yueyao Wang, Christopher Marosi, Megan Edgin, Stacey S Horn,

Adolescents use some types of homophobic language (e.g., "that's so gay") as a form of banter, while other types are directly targeted as an intentional insult (e.g., calling someone a "fag, dyke, homo"). Little research has investigated adolescents' use and judgments about these types of homophobic language and whether judgments ... Read more >>

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Civic Development within the Peer Context: Associations between Early Adolescent Social Connectedness and Civic Engagement.

Benjamin Oosterhoff, Lauren Alvis, Dagny Deutchman, Ashleigh Poppler, Cara A Palmer,

Social connectedness is theorized to contribute to civic development and in turn, civic engagement is thought to cultivate social connectedness. Little research has examined how social connectedness is linked with early adolescent civic engagement. The current study used a social network research design to examine associations between early adolescent social ... Read more >>

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Longitudinal Associations between Internalizing Symptoms, Dispositional Mindfulness, Rumination and Impulsivity in Adolescents.

Estíbaliz Royuela-Colomer, Liria Fernández-González, Izaskun Orue,

Mindfulness has been associated with fewer negative mental health symptoms during adolescence, but fewer studies have examined longitudinal associations between mindfulness and symptoms in conjunction with two vulnerability factors for psychopathology with mindfulness: rumination and impulsivity. This study examined longitudinal associations between internalizing symptoms (depression, anxiety, stress), mindfulness, rumination, and ... Read more >>

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How Do Chinese Youth in Hong Kong Evaluate Maternal Guilt and Shame Induction? Age, Form, and Domain Differences.

Judith G Smetana, Jenny Y P Yau, Wendy M Rote,

Although Chinese parents are seen as employing guilt and shame induction to socialize children's culturally appropriate behavior, research has focused primarily on Chinese parents' use of these inductions and their links with child adjustment rather than on children's evaluations of them. Furthermore, this research typically does not examine variations in ... Read more >>

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Examining Adolescent Family Experiences as Risks for Young Adulthood Intimate Partner Violence in Two Longitudinal Samples.

Tara E Sutton, Leslie Gordon Simons,

Little research has examined multiple family risks that may act as precursors to the cycle of violence, or the link between child maltreatment and subsequent intimate partner violence perpetration. Scholarly work that addresses this gap has important implications for early prevention and intervention efforts aimed at reducing family violence in ... Read more >>

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A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Mentoring on Youth in Foster Care.

Cyanea Y S Poon, Kirsten M Christensen, Jean E Rhodes,

Research suggests that mentoring programs may promote a range of positive outcomes in youth populations. Less is known, however, about the extent to which such programs are effective in specialized youth populations, such as youth involved in the foster care system. The current study aimed to investigate the extent to ... Read more >>

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Correction to: Goth Music and Depressive Symptoms among Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study.

Tom Ter Bogt, William W Hale, Natale Canale, Massimiliano Pastore, Alessio Vieno,

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Differences in Adolescents' Alcohol Use and Smoking Behavior between Educational Tracks: Do Popularity Norms Matter?

M Peeters, L Laninga-Wijnen, R Veenstra,

Explanations about differences in drinking and smoking rates between educational tracks have so far mainly focused on factors outside the classroom. The extent to which these behaviors are rewarded with popularity within a classroom-so called popularity norms-and their interaction with individual characteristics could explain the observed differences in risk behavior. ... Read more >>

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Bullying Victimization and Sexual Wellbeing in Sexually Active Heterosexual, Cisgender and Sexual/Gender Minority Adolescents: The Mediating Role of Emotion Regulation.

Alice Girouard, Jacinthe Dion, Beáta Bőthe, Lucia O'Sullivan, Sophie Bergeron,

Bullying victimization is prevalent in adolescence and associated with adverse consequences on physical and psychological wellbeing, paricularly in sexual and gender minority youth. However, little is known about its associations with sexual wellbeing and the underlying mechanisms that could explain this association. The present study assessed the associations between bullying ... Read more >>

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The Impact of Childhood Bullying Trajectories on Young Adulthood Antisocial Trajectories.

Ann H Farrell, Tracy Vaillancourt,

Long-term outcomes of childhood bullying perpetration have been explored, but heterogeneity in outcomes reflecting nonclinical antisocial tendencies including indirect aggression, psychopathic personality, and interpersonal relations have not been examined from a person-centered approach. Accordingly, latent class growth analyses were used to examine trajectory groups of childhood bullying perpetration across ages ... Read more >>

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Associations between Adolescents' Social Leisure Activities and the Onset of Mental Disorders in Young Adulthood.

Johanna Timonen, Mika Niemelä, Helinä Hakko, Anni Alakokkare, Sami Räsänen,

The association of leisure time activities with specific mental disorders has mainly remained unclear because of lack of such research. This study analyzed the association of different levels of social leisure time activity during adolescence (ages 15-16 years) with the incidence of mental disorders during adolescence and young adulthood between ... Read more >>

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"That's Not What I Heard!": Adolescent Internalizing, Negative Perceptions of Maternal Communication, and Felt Shame and Guilt.

Wendy M Rote, Savannah R Flak, Cassandra Ellison,

Adolescents with internalizing problems are more prone to feelings of guilt and shame, experience more guilt-induction, and report more negative parenting, but little is known about the way these processes are associated nor the extent to which they occur within real-time parent-adolescent interactions. The current study sought to clarify these ... Read more >>

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Risk and Protective Factors for Adolescent Relationship Abuse across Different Sexual and Gender Identities.

Ida F Stroem, Kimberly Goodman, Kimberly J Mitchell, Michele L Ybarra,

Little is known about the characteristics and context of adolescent relationship abuse victimization across youth of different sexual and gender minority identities. This study sought to examine this in a national sample of 14-15-year-old youth. The sample comprised 3296 youth who reported having been in a relationship, of which 36% ... Read more >>

J Youth Adolesc (Journal of youth and adolescence)
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Parental Involvement in Adolescents' Learning and Academic Achievement: Cross-lagged Effect and Mediation of Academic Engagement.

Yuke Xiong, Xingna Qin, Quanquan Wang, Ping Ren,

Parental involvement in adolescents' learning has been linked to high academic achievement, yet few studies have examined its reverse relationship at the same time and the potential mechanisms that underly these associations. To address this research gap, this study investigated the reciprocal relationship between parental involvement and academic achievement as ... Read more >>

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Exclusionary School Discipline and Delinquent Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis.

Julie Gerlinger, Samantha Viano, Joseph H Gardella, Benjamin W Fisher, F Chris Curran, Ethan M Higgins,

Excluding students from school remains a common form of punishment despite growing critique of the practice. A disparate research base has impeded the ability to make broader assessments on the association between exclusionary discipline (i.e., suspensions and expulsions) and subsequent behavior. This article synthesizes existing empirical evidence (274 effect sizes ... Read more >>

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