Browse All

Theses & Dissertations

Submissions

  • Submissions (Articles, Chapters, and other finished products)

Bethany L. Blair

  • Human Development and Family Studies, UNCG

There are 6 included publications by Bethany L. Blair :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Adolescents' Emotional Reactivity Across Relationship Contexts 2013 16 Adolescents' emotional reactivity in family, close friendships, and romantic relationships was examined in a community-based sample of 416 two-parent families. Six waves of annual data were analyzed using structural equation modeling. Emotional react...
Identifying children’s friendships across diverse contexts Maternal and child perspectives 2013 57 We examined the extent to which identifications of children’s friends across multiple contexts by both children and their mothers might differ from identifications made by both individuals working in concert as well as the sources of such differences...
Maternal Authority Regarding Early Adolescents’ Social Technology Use 2014 108 Use of social technologies (e.g., cellular telephones, social networking sites) is highly prevalent among American adolescents, in some cases outpacing that of adults (Nielsen Company). Rapid cultural change such as that represented by technological ...
Maternal influence on negative interactions in children's friendships 2008 1087 The present study examined the associations among mothers' direct interventions in their children's peer interactions, called maternal friendship facilitation, and negative interactions in children's best friendships. Participants were 347 fifth-grad...
Maternal influences on friendship quality: a dyadic approach 2013 321 Previous research has demonstrated that middle childhood is a time in which friendships go through substantial changes and begin to occupy a central role in individuals' lives. The quality of children's friendships has implications for individuals' l...
"The Only 13- Year Old on Planet Earth Without a Cell Phone": Meanings of Cell Phones in Early Adolescents' Everyday Lives 2011 690 Cellular telephones have become an increasingly prevalent feature of contemporary American life, with usage often beginning during early adolescence. With this in mind, twenty 7th graders and their mothers participated in separate qualitative intervi...