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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?
    Between a nuclear family and a stepfamily : growing up with married biological parents and older halfsiblings
    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
    Daily relationship interventions : an integrative review
    Diversity within: a parenting measure for immigrant Mexican American mothers
    Divorced fathers' perceptions of parental disclosures to children
    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
    The effects of care recipients' companion animals on the caregiving experience
    Effects of phrase style in storybooks on children's word learning in small and large reading groups