Colette Daiute

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Writing with a computer text editor can simplify and enhance the writing process and product. This paper discusses how some recent research on writing can guide use of the text editor to improve writing and to make it more enjoyable. The context of the discussion is formal writing instruction in courses at Teachers College. This new writing tool seems to(More)
Although the psychological literature regarding gay men from religious families is continually expanding, it is also limited in that few studies focus on the use of therapy in the negotiation of the interrelated systems of religion, sexuality, and family. Utilizing a cultural historical activity theory-based process of analysis, this study focuses on the(More)
Europe's Journal of Psychology, 2017, Vol. 13(1), 1–15, doi:10.5964/ejop.v13i1.1386 Published (VoR): 2017-03-03. *Corresponding author at: Graduate Center, CUNY/Psychology, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016. E-mail: cdaiute@gc.cuny.edu This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License(More)
It is widely recognized that adolescence is a time of unique adaptability as well as vulnerability. Indeed, the teenage years are often considered to be a distinct developmental period precisely because youths are in the midst of an unfinished process of constructing a sense of themselves in the world. This is equally the case for adolescents whose worlds(More)
This qualitative study utilized a narrative approach to explore the process of self-regulation in adolescents and to examine the functions of various relational genres on psychological state and context expressions in this process. Nineteen participants, who live in high-risk settings were recruited from a youth development and life skills program located(More)
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