J M Bynner

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A recent investigation by Rosenberg and Rosenberg used longitudinal data from the Youth in Transition study to explore the causal relationships between delinquency and self-esteem. The present study is based on the same sample of young men in high school and extends Rosenberg and Rosenberg's analysis, first by using the same cross-lagged correlation methods(More)
Alfano, Joiner, and Perry (1994) used analysis of variance and analysis of covariance in a sample of college students to demonstrate that attributional style mediates between shyness and depression, as opposed to depression mediating between shyness and attributional style. They suggested, however, the hypothetical possibility of a third model, in which(More)
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