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Informed by theoretical work of Hill and Holmbeck and empirical work on parent-child relations, children's reproductive development, and family structure, this study builds on the Steinberg accelerating hypothesis, which states that parent-child distance accelerates children s pubertal...
This study examined perceived pubertal change in relation to characteristics of early-adolescent girls' moods; energy, and restlessness. Fifty-two girls aged 9.1 to 10.8 years reported their moods, energy, and restlessness on 12 days over the course of 1 month. Average levels, variability, and...
The purpose of this study was to empirically examine the emotional distancing and buffering hypotheses. The sample was composed of 231 seventh graders (133 females and 98 males). Each adolescent completed a battery of questionnaires yielding measures of perceived attachment to mother and father,...
Mothers' and fathers' reports of rules and rule behaviors were examined in 200 intact families with seventh-grade boys and girls across three rule domains, both in terms of gender and parental differences and the manner in which rules varied across level of pubertal status. More rules were...
The distinction between perceived closeness and parental warmth was explored by examining the relations between closeness and warmth and selected parent-reported and child-reported characteristics in 200 seventh-grade boys and girls and their parents. Results revealed that children perceived...
Associations among family relations, mother reproductive status, daughter reproductive timing, and well-being were examined in 144 mothers and their adolescent daughters. First, effects of mother reproductive status and daughter reproductive timing on reports of family functioning were explored....
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