Activity involvement as an ecological asset: Profiles of participation and youth outcomes

Johnson, Sara K.
Agans, J. P.
DeSouza, L. M.
Mueller, M. K.,
Champigne, R.
Lerner, Richard M.
2014

Prior research has demonstrated that participation in out-of-school time activities is associated with positive and healthy development among adolescents. However, fewer studies have examined how trajectories of participation across multiple activities can impact developmental outcomes. Using data from Wave 3 (approximately Grade 7) through Wave 8 (approximately Grade 12) of the 4-H Study of Posit... read more

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Tufts Published Scholarship
Subjects
Youth development.
Developmental psychology.
Student activities.
Community and school.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009785
Original publication
Agans, J. P., DeSouza, L. M., Mueller, M. K., Champigne, R., Johnson, S. K., & Lerner, R. M. (2014). Activity involvement as an ecological asset: Profiles of participation and youth outcomes. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43(6), 919-932.
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