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Spillover from Family to Work: The Neglected Side of the Work-Family Interface
It is argued that while researchers have emphasized work's impact on the family, the family exerts important influences on the workplace that have been generally overlooked. This article draws uponExpand
Mothers' and fathers' racial socialization in African American families: implications for youth.
Mothers' and fathers' cultural socialization and bias preparation with older (M=13.9 years) and younger (M=10.31 years) siblings were studied in 162 two-parent, African American families. AnalysesExpand
Free- time activities in middle childhood: links with adjustment in early adolescence.
This study assessed links between free-time activities in middle childhood (hobbies, sports, toys and games, outdoor play, reading, television viewing, and hanging out) and school grades, conduct,Expand
Sociocultural Factors and School Engagement Among African American Youth: The Roles of Racial Discrimination, Racial Socialization, and Ethnic Identity
This study investigated the links between racial discrimination and school engagement and the roles of racial socialization and ethnic identity as protective factors in those linkages in a sample ofExpand
A longitudinal and multi‐source test of the work–family conflict and job satisfaction relationship
Job satisfaction is one of the most frequently studied outcomes in the work–family conflict literature. This study extends the previous research by examining the unique effects of work interferingExpand
Work and Family in the 1990s
This review highlights four themes emerging from the work and family literature of the 1990s. The first theme evolves from the historical legacy of the maternal employment literature with its focusExpand
When Does Parents’ Differential Treatment Have Negative Implications for Siblings?
We compared the extent of parents’ differential treatment (PDT) and girls’ and boys’ perceptions of parents’ fairness in middle childhood and adolescence as a function of the gender constellation ofExpand
Conditions underlying parents' knowledge about children's daily lives in middle childhood: between- and within-family comparisons.
This study examined the correlates of mothers' and fathers' knowledge about the daily experiences of their firstborn (M = 10.9 years) and secondborn (M = 8.3 years) children in 198 nondivorced,Expand