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Agoston, Anna M.; Rudolph, Karen D. – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2016
Exposure to peer stress contributes to adolescent depression, yet not all youth experience these effects. Thus, it is important to identify individual differences that shape the consequences of peer stress. This research investigated the interactive contribution of cumulative peer stress during childhood (second-fifth grades) and executive…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Executive Function, Depression (Psychology), Questionnaires
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Boislard, Marie-Aude P.; Dussault, Frédéric; Brendgen, Mara; Vitaro, Frank – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2013
This study had three goals: (a) assessing the predictive association of externalizing and internalizing behaviors during childhood with sexual onset during early adolescence; (b) examining the interactive link of externalizing and internalizing behaviors with early sexual onset; and (c) investigating the moderating effect of gender in this…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Sexuality, Early Adolescents, Predictor Variables
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Mazza, James J.; Abbott, Robert D.; Fleming, Charles B.; Harachi, Tracy W.; Cortes, Rebecca C.; Park, Jisuk; Haggerty, Kevin P.; Catalano, Richard F. – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2009
This study examined the longitudinal relationship of early elementary predictors to adolescent depression 7 years later. The sample consisted of 938 students who have been part of a larger longitudinal study that started in 1993. Data collected from parents, teachers, and youth self-reports on early risk factors when students were in 1st and 2nd…
Descriptors: Intervention, Antisocial Behavior, At Risk Persons, Adolescents
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De Civita, Mirella; Pagani, Linda S.; Vitaro, Frank; Tremblay, Richard E. – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2007
We examined the influence of income source within the context of persistent poverty on children's disruptive classroom behavior at age 12 and whether these associations were mediated by maternal supervision at ages 10 and 11. Using a subsample (N = 1,112) from the Quebec Longitudinal Study, we coded four economic circumstances indicating…
Descriptors: Children, Mothers, Child Rearing, Behavior Problems