Catherine A D'Anna

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Self-reported stress, coping, and depression were compared between 270 Russian and 270 American early adolescents, 10 to 14 years of age. Russian and American adolescents reported equal levels of major life stress, but Russian adolescents reported greater levels of everyday life stress. Russian adolescents reported that they were less likely to use(More)
The authors proposed and tested a model of fable comprehension and appreciation. They proposed that fables are metaphoric in that they teach moral lessons about human activity, and that apprehension of the moral derives from a belief in a just world. In Study 1, children from kindergarten to 8th grade and college students received Aesop fables,(More)
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