• Publications
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Parenting styles and conceptions of parental authority during adolescence.
  • J. Smetana
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child development
  • 1 April 1995
TLDR
Assessment of parenting styles in sixth, eighth, and tenth graders revealed that conceptions of parental authority and parenting styles both contributed significantly to emotional autonomy and adolescent-parent conflict. Expand
Adolescent development in interpersonal and societal contexts.
TLDR
Several trends in current research are identified, including the current emphasis on ecological models and the focus on diversity in and relational models of adolescent development. Expand
Disclosure and secrecy in adolescent-parent relationships.
TLDR
Beliefs about parents' legitimate authority and adolescents' obligations to disclose to parents and actual disclosure and secrecy in different domains were examined and predicted more disclosure and less secrecy. Expand
Adolescents' and parents' conceptions of parental authority.
  • J. Smetana
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child development
  • 1 April 1988
TLDR
Adolescents at all ages, however, were more likely to reason about the multifaceted and personal issues as personal and sort them as under personal jurisdiction than were parents; parents were morelikely to reason conventionally andsort them as contingent on parental authority than were adolescents. Expand
Preschool children's conceptions of moral and social rules.
SMETANA, JUDITH G. Preschool Children's Conceptions of Moral and Social Rules. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 1981, 52, 13883-1336. This study examined preschool children's conceptions of moral andExpand
Adolescents' and parents' reasoning about actual family conflict.
  • J. Smetana
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child development
  • 1 October 1989
TLDR
Boys' understanding of their parents' conventional perspectives increased significantly with age, whereas girls' understanding was significantly lower in early adolescence, as compared to pre- or late adolescence. Expand
Adolescents, Families, and Social Development: How Teens Construct Their Worlds
Preface vi 1 Introduction: Perspectives on Adolescents and Their Families 1 2 Studying Adolescent-Parent Relationships from the Lens of Developmental Psychology 13 3 Conflicts and Their VicissitudesExpand
Integrative Ethical Education
Education and Development and at the Erasmus Institute during 2003-2004, my students, and the volume editors. Thanks to the Erasmus Institute for supporting a year of writing. Integrative EthicalExpand
Adolescents' and parents' conceptions of parental authority and personal autonomy.
TLDR
Conceptions of parental authority and ratings of adolescent-parent conflict were assessed in 68 sixth, eighth, and tenth graders and their parents and parents agreed that parents should retain authority regarding moral and conventional issues. Expand
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