Sequences of maladaptation: Preadolescent self-regulation, adolescent negative social interactions, and young adult psychopathology

  title={Sequences of maladaptation: Preadolescent self-regulation, adolescent negative social interactions, and young adult psychopathology},
  author={Odilia M. Laceulle and Ren{\'e} Veenstra and W. A. M. Vollebergh and Johan Ormel},
  journal={Development and Psychopathology},
  pages={279 - 292}
Abstract This study aims to test whether adolescent negative social interactions mediate the relation between early adolescent self-regulatory capacities and young adult psychopathology, using a fully prospective mediation model. Data were derived from the Tracking Adolescents’ Individual Lives Survey, a large population cohort of Dutch adolescents (n = 962). At age 11, three indicators of self-regulation were assessed: low frustration, high effortful control, and high response inhibition… Expand
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