|Adolescents’ Perceptions of Parental Behaviors as Predictors of Adolescent Self-Esteem in Mainland China
||Parents’ child-rearing behaviors have been identified as major sources of influence on the self-esteem of adolescents from Western societies and Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong. The pattern of relationships found in samples of Hong Kong adolescents ...
|Assessing the cross-cultural validity of a parental autonomy granting measure: Comparing adolescents in the U.S., China, Mexico and India
||This study investigates the cross-cultural validity of a 10-item parental autonomy granting measure with samples of adolescents from the United States, China, Mexico, and India. Multigroup confirmatory factor analysis suggested a moderately high degr...
|Assessing the Validity of Parenting Measures in a Sample of Chinese Adolescents
||The purpose of this study was to assess the construct validity of adolescent-report parenting behavior measures (primarily derived from the Parental Behavior Measure) in a sample of 480 adolescents from Beijing, China. Results suggest that maternal s...
|Contextual influences on Latino adolescent ethnic identity and academic outcomes
||This study examined the association between 3 components of ethnic identity (exploration, resolution, and affirmation) and factors related to family, neighborhood, and individual characteristics. The purpose was to identity factors that are positivel...
|Dimensionality and Validity of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale for Use With Latino Adolescents
||This study evaluated the construct validity and factor structure of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES) using a large sample (n = 814) of adolescents in Mexican, Salvadoran, and Guatemalan immigrant families who completed surveys in English. Resul...
|Ethnic Identity as a Protective Factor in the Lives of Asian American Adolescents
||This study examined the buffering role of ethnic identity for Asian American adolescents living in an emerging immigrant community. A sample of 176 Asian American ninth graders completed self-report measures assessing ethnic identity, stressors (i.e....
|Ethnic, Gender, and Age Differences in Adolescent Nonfatal Suicidal Behaviors
||This study examined ethnic differences in adolescent nonfatal suicidal behaviors as well as age and gender variation both across and within ethnic groups. Using a large (n = 14, 346) sample of adolescents in Grades 7 through 12, African Americans rep...
|Factor Structure of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale
||This study evaluated the factor structure of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES) with a diverse sample of 1,248 European American, Latino, Armenian, and Iranian adolescents. Adolescents completed the 10-item RSES during school as part of a larger ...
|Familism as a predictor of parent–adolescent relationships and developmental outcomes for adolescents in Armenian American immigrant families
||We investigated associations between familism, parent-adolescent relationships, and developmental outcomes for a sample of 97 Armenian adolescents in immigrant families. Our results suggested that adolescents emphasizing family needs over their own w...
|Gendered academic adjustment among Asian American adolescents in an emerging immigrant community.
||Research on the academic adjustment of immigrant adolescents has been predominately conducted in large cities among established migration areas. To broaden the field’s restricted focus, data from 172 (58% female) Asian American adolescents who reside...
|The Infant Crying Questionnaire: Initial factor structure and validation
||The current project reports on an initial investigation into the factor structure of the Infant Crying Questionnaire (ICQ), a measure designed to assess parental beliefs about infant crying, in a sample of 259 primiparous mothers. Exploratory factor ...
|The Influence of Parental Support, Knowledge, and Authoritative Parenting on Hmong and European American Adolescent Development
||This study used a community-wide survey of adolescents to compare adolescent perceptions of parental support, knowledge, and authoritative decision making in samples of Hmong and European Americans. Additional analyses considered variation in parenta...
|Links Between Remembered Childhood Emotion Socialization and Adult Adjustment Similarities and Differences Between European American and African American Women
||The purpose of this article was to examine whether recollections of mothers’ emotion socialization practices during childhood are linked to adult emotional well-being as indexed by depression, trait anger, and cardiac vagal tone, and whether these ef...
|Long-Term Effects of Parenting Practices During Adolescence on Well-Being Outcomes in Young Adulthood
||This research investigated the consequences of parent-child relationships during adolescence for young adults' well-being and substance use. Analysis of longitudinal data from the National Survey of Families and Households provided support for the hy...
|Mexican Adolescents’ Perceptions of Parental Behaviors and Authority as Predictors of Their Self-Esteem and Sense of Familism
||The influences of adolescents’ perceptions of parental behaviors and authority on the development of their self-esteem and sense of familism were examined among 534 youth living in Mexico. Results of hierarchical regression analyses suggest that boys...
|Mexican-Origin Couples in the Early Years of Parenthood: Marital Well-Being in Ecological Context
||In this article, we draw from Huston's (2000) 3-level model of marriage to provide an informed and integrative template for organizing current knowledge and guiding future inquiry into the study of marital well-being among a rapidly growing segment o...
|Parent-Youth Relationships and the Self-Esteem of Chinese Adolescents: Collectivism versus Individualism
||This study sought to determine how several child-rearing behaviors within the Chinese parent-adolescent relationship were predictive of youthful self-esteem through either collectivistic or individualistic socialization approaches. Theoretically base...
|Parental Influences on Hmong University Students’ Success
||This study reports findings from a series of focus groups conducted on Hmong American university students. The purpose of the focus groups was to understand how, from the perspective of Hmong American students themselves, acculturative stress and par...
|Parenting Behaviors and Adolescent Psychosocial Adjustment in China: An Indigenous Perspective
||This study considered the measurement properties of two indigenous constructs assessing Chinese parenting and parent–child relationships. The study also examined whether the relationships between guanjiao, xiao, and adolescent psychosocial adjustment...
|Parenting During Childhood Predicts Relationship Satisfaction in Young Adulthood: A Prospective Longitudinal Perspective
||Using three waves of data drawn from the National Survey of Families and Households (n = 438 young adult children) we examined the process by which parental warmth and harsh parenting during childhood influences children's romantic relationship satis...
|Prospective Links Between Ethnic Socialization, Ethnic and American Identity, and Well-Being Among Asian-American Adolescents
||Ethnic socialization and ethnic identity have been related to positive outcomes, but little research has examined these associations longitudinally. This three-wave study prospectively linked socialization messages at Time 1, ethnic identity and Amer...
|The Protective Role of Familism in the Lives of Latino Adolescents
||Familism, a Latino value that promotes loyalty, cohesiveness, and obedience within the family, predicts improved outcomes for Latino adolescents. However, few studies have tested whether familism serves a protective role when adolescents are facing s...
|The Relationship Between Parenting Behaviors and Adolescent Achievement and Self-Efficacy in Chile and Ecuador
||The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between the perception of parenting behaviors (positive induction, monitoring, autonomy granting, punitiveness, and permissiveness) on adolescent achievement orientation and self-efficacy amon...
|Socioeconomic Stress and Academic Adjustment Among Asian American Adolescents: The Protective Role of Family Obligation
||Socioeconomic stress has long been found to place youth at risk, with low family income conferring disadvantages in adolescents’ school achievement and success. This study investigates the role of socioeconomic stress on academic adjustment, and pinp...
|Tiger Mothering and Hmong American Parent–Adolescent Relationships
||This study examined associations between indicators of the parent–adolescent relationship (academic support, monitoring, normative conflicts, and culture-based conflicts) and outcomes related to academic motivation and psychological well-being. Findi...