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    African American female students' voices: their social experiences and adjustment strategies at a predominately white university
    "And the pressure is from cradle to grave": exploring Black manhood
    The association between adults' experiences with violence, perceived social support, and health
    Beliefs about intergenerational assistance following divorce and remarriage: does race and ethnicity matter?
    Biracial children's psychosocial development from kindergarten to fifth grade: links to individual and contextual characteristics
    Constructing a grounded theory of influences on paternal involvement in the treatment and care of children with type-1 diabetes
    Coparental strategies for managing childhood chronic illness in post-divorce families
    Coparenting in low-income, African American, single mother households: an examination of their formation, and the roles of social support and relationship quality
    Coresidence between divorcing daughters and their mothers: managing feeling like a failure
    Cultural values mediate the effect of parenting styles on Mexican American adolescents' prosocial behaviors
    Cultural values reflected within Chinese children's stories
    Diversity within: a parenting measure for immigrant Mexican American mothers
    Dyadic reciprocity in the emerging relationship between low-income African American mothers and their toddlers
    The effect of parenting stress on children's cognitive development: examining the variables of sex and race/ethnic origin
    The Effects of Adoption on Foster Children's Well-Being: A Systematic Review
    Emerging Adults Views about Couple and Personal Satisfaction in Various Gender Role Relationships
    Emerging adults' views about couple and personal satisfaction in various gender role relationships
    Emotional labor in early intervention
    An exploration of the moderating impact of mentorship on the relationship between Christian religious orientation and moral reasoning
    Family Relationships and Mexican American Emerging Adults' Adjustment