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Applied Meta-Analysis for Social Science Research
I. An Introduction to Meta-Analysis 1.1 The Need for Research Synthesis in the Social Sciences 1.2 Basic Terminology 1.3 A Brief History of Meta- Analysis 1.4 The Scientific Process of Research Syntheses 1.5 An Overview of the Book 1.6 Practical Matters: A Note on Software and Information Management 1.7 Recommended Readings II. Expand
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Direct and indirect aggression during childhood and adolescence: a meta-analytic review of gender differences, intercorrelations, and relations to maladjustment.
This meta-analytic review of 148 studies on child and adolescent direct and indirect aggression examined the magnitude of gender differences, intercorrelations between forms, and associations withExpand
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Proactive and reactive aggression in childhood and adolescence: A meta-analysis of differential relations with psychosocial adjustment
Aggressive behavior in childhood has long been separated into that which is proactively motivated and that which is reactive. We report a meta-analytic review of the existing empirical literatureExpand
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Best practices for missing data management in counseling psychology.
This article urges counseling psychology researchers to recognize and report how missing data are handled, because consumers of research cannot accurately interpret findings without knowing theExpand
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Financial Socialization of First-year College Students: The Roles of Parents, Work, and Education
This cross-sectional study tests a conceptual financial socialization process model, specifying four-levels that connect anticipatory socialization during adolescence to young adults’ currentExpand
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Gender-nonconforming lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth: school victimization and young adult psychosocial adjustment.
Past research documents that both adolescent gender nonconformity and the experience of school victimization are associated with high rates of negative psychosocial adjustment. Using data from theExpand
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Peer Victimization Among Schoolchildren: Correlations, Causes, Consequences, and Considerations in Assessment and Intervention
Peer victimization among schoolchildren is a common problem that predicts serious maladjustment. In this article, the authors define peer victimization, provide a brief overview of the history ofExpand
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New developments in latent variable panel analyses of longitudinal data
We review fundamental issues in one traditional structural equation modeling (SEM) approach to analyzing longitudinal data — cross-lagged panel designs. We then discuss a number of new developmentsExpand
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The allure of a mean friend: Relationship quality and processes of aggressive adolescents with prosocial skills
Recent theory on social dominance suggests that aggressive individuals should be socially successful if they also display prosocial behavior. The combination of coercive and prosocial strategies ofExpand
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Structural Equation Modeling of Mediation and Moderation With Contextual Factors
Researchers often grapple with the idea that an observed relationship may be part of a more complex chain of effects. These complex relationships are described in terms such as indirect influences,Expand
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