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Social perspective-taking in the friendships of adolescents : implications for friendship quality and emotional adjustment
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
The current research considered social perspective-taking (i.e., taking the perspective of another person, and putting oneself "in their shoes") in youths' friendships and associations with friendship quality and emotional ...
The roles of parents and friends as information sources regarding children's and adolescents' adjustment
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
Others' reports of youth distress (e.g., parent, aggregated peer reports) typically evidence small to moderate agreement with youth self-reports (e.g., Achenbach et al., 1987; De Los Reyes & Kazdin, 2005). Recent findings ...
Internalizing symptoms and friendships in adolescence: considering the role of interpersonal behavior in rejection and contagion effects
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
The present research considered associations among internalizing symptoms, interpersonal behaviors, and friendship adjustment in a sample of 642 seventh and tenth graders. Effects of youths’ internalizing symptoms on ...
Youths' cross-ethnic friendships and associations with socioemotional adjustment
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
Relationships with peers and friends are important and influential in the lives of youth, especially in adolescence (Buhrmester & Furman, 1987). Although attention recently has been drawn to the important roles of race, ...