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Longitudinal assessment of autonomy and relatedness in adolescent-family interactions as predictors of adolescent ego development and self-esteem.
This study examined links between processes of establishing autonomy and relatedness in adolescent-family interactions and adolescents' psychosocial development. Adolescents in 2-parent families andExpand
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Degradation of the Peroxisome Proliferator-activated Receptor γ Is Linked to Ligand-dependent Activation*
The nuclear hormone receptor peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR) γ is a ligand-activated transcription factor that regulates several crucial biological processes such as adipogenesis,Expand
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Self-Efficacy in Adolescent Girls and Boys With Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
Adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) face increasing responsibilities for managing their own treatment. For some, implementing their treatment regimen enhances diabetesExpand
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Autonomy and relatedness in adolescent-family interactions as predictors of young adults' states of mind regarding attachment
This study examined the extent to which the diverging pathways taken by adolescents and their parents in establishing autonomy and relatedness in their interactions at age 14 served as stage-specificExpand
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Understanding Resilient Outcomes: Adolescent Lives across Time and Generations.
Described is a new direction we are taking within our long-term longitudinal study of high and low risk adolescents. Through new questions and analytical approaches, we are addressing unexpectedExpand
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Attachment theory as a framework for understanding sequelae of severe adolescent psychopathology: an 11-year follow-up study.
This study examined long-term sequelae of severe adolescent psychopathology from the perspective of adult attachment theory. The study compared 66 upper-middle-class adolescents who wereExpand
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Familial contexts of adolescent ego development.
In this paper we describe our newly constructed Constraining and Enabling Coding System (CECS). This scheme was constructed to identify family interactions that are conceptually relevant toExpand
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Autonomy and Relatedness in Family Interactions as Predictors of Expressions of Negative Adolescent Affect
This study examined the connection between adolescents' expressions of negative affect and their attempts to meet the developmental task of establishing autonomy and relatedness in interactions withExpand
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Adherence among children and adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus over a four-year longitudinal follow-up: I. The influence of patient coping and adjustment.
An onset cohort of adolescents and children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus was studied over a 4-year period. Individual patient psychosocial and demographic factors were assessed at studyExpand
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