Early, on-time, and late behavioural autonomy in adolescence: psychosocial correlates in young and middle adulthood.

@article{Pavlova2011EarlyOA,
  title={Early, on-time, and late behavioural autonomy in adolescence: psychosocial correlates in young and middle adulthood.},
  author={Maria K Pavlova and Claudia M. Haase and Rainer K. Silbereisen},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
  year={2011},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={361-70}
}
Drawing on two nationally representative German studies (N(1) = 1744, N(2) = 759), we examined correlates of early, on-time, and late curfew autonomy, a retrospective indicator of behavioural autonomy, in young and middle adulthood (19-37 years of age). Adjustment in four domains was considered: educational attainment, externalizing problem behaviour, subjective well-being, and interpersonal relationships. The early group showed lower adjustment in multiple domains across young and middle… CONTINUE READING