Important non-parental adults and positive youth development across mid- to late-adolescence: The moderating effect of parenting profiles

Johnson, Sara K.
Bowers, E. P.
Buckingham, M. B.
Gasca, S.
Warren, D.
Lerner, J. V.
2014

Both parents and important non-parental adults have influential roles in promoting positive youth development (PYD). Little research, however, has examined the simultaneous effects of both parents and important non-parental adults for PYD. We assessed the relationships among youth-reported parenting profiles and important non-parental adult relationships in predicting the Five Cs of PYD (competenc... read more

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Parent and child--Psychological aspects.
Children and adults--Psychological aspects
Developmental psychology.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009788
Original publication
Bowers, E. P., Johnson, S. K., Buckingham, M. B. Gasca, S., Warren, D., & Lerner, J. V. (2014). Important non-parental adults and positive youth development across mid- to late-adolescence: The moderating effect of parenting profiles. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43(6),897-918.
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