Does Social Connectedness Promote a Greater Sense of Well-Being in Adolescence Over Time?

@inproceedings{Jose2012DoesSC,
  title={Does Social Connectedness Promote a Greater Sense of Well-Being in Adolescence Over Time?},
  author={Paul E. Jose and Nicholas Ryan and Jan Pryor},
  year={2012}
}
This longitudinal study was designed to investigate whether or not social connectedness predicts psychological well-being over time. Structural equation modeling was used to examine the temporal relations between these constructs assessed yearly for 3 years for a sample of 1,774 10- to 15-year-olds (at Time 1). Results indicated that global connectedness (i.e., connectedness combined across the domains of family, school, peers, and neighborhood) predicted well-being, but no reciprocal relation… CONTINUE READING

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