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Gender-related Risk and Protective Factors for Depressive Symptoms and Disordered Eating in Adolescence: A 4-year Longitudinal Study
- PsychologyJournal of youth and adolescence
Gender differences in the levels of depressive symptoms, disordered eating and the co-occurrence of both problems from preadolescence to mid-adolescent and to identify gender-specific risk and protective factors of depressive Symptoms and disordered Eating are examined.
Mothers’ Differential Treatment of Adolescent Siblings: Predicting College Attendance of Sisters Versus Brothers
- Psychology, EducationJournal of youth and adolescence
Within-family social comparisons may play a role in sisters’ and brothers’ choices about attending college, and it became more likely that only the sister rather than only the brother in the family attended college.