Fletcher, Anne

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Parent, Child, and Relational Components of Child Disclosure about Peer Relationships in Early Adolescence 2008 1552 The purpose of this research was to explore the nature of child disclosure and the manner in which children's disclosure about peer relationships and activities with peers is shaped by the parental, child, and relational contexts within which parent-...
Maternal influence on negative interactions in children's friendships 2008 2765 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...
Relations among promotive parenting behaviors and resourcefulness among African American children 2006 2822 "The purpose of the current study was to examine three promotive parenting behaviors (communication/reasoning, behavioral control, and trust) as predictors of resourcefulness among African American children. Child gender was also examined as a poten...
The association between friendship companionship and friendship temporality 2007 3851 "Changes and continuity that occurs in individuals' lives over time can positively or negatively impact their personal relationships. This paper introduces a new concept referred to as friendship temporality. Friendship temporality refers to the leng...
Maternal attitudes and behaviors regarding adolescent internet use 2009 1119 The purpose of this research was to explore mothers' attitudes about the risks and benefits of adolescent Internet use (AIU) for communication in relation to adolescent access to the various communications components of the Internet as well as mother...
Maternal influences on friendship quality: a dyadic approach 2013 1541 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 context of parents and peers: linkages to children's school adjustment 2014 896 The contexts of family and peer group play critical roles in shaping children's lives over their development. Biological theory suggests that these two contexts are interlinked to impact children's daily lives and should be examined in integrated mod...
Affect presentation in infancy and toddlerhood as a predictor of later internalizing behaviors in early childhood 2017 375 Affect representations during infancy have been associated with internalizing behaviors among children. However, few studies have examined the role of parenting practices in early childhood as shaping such associations. The current study used a large...
Autonomy-relevant maternal parenting in early childhood as a predictor of anxiety symptoms in preadolescence 2018 137 Autonomy-relevant parenting practices have been associated with anxiety symptoms later in life, although this finding has most commonly been studied in adolescent populations using self-report measures. The current study used a sample of mother-child...
Emotional detachment moderates the association between students’ perceptions of parental support and first-year college adjustment 2019 17 Parental support during the transition to college has been associated with late adolescents’ adjustment. Adolescents begin to seek greater autonomy by individuating from parents to achieve the ultimate goal of independent identity (Blos, 1979). Howev...
Person-centered approaches to examining links between self-regulation and conduct problems, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and callous-unemotional behaviors in childhood 2019 8 Over the past two decades, the study of self-regulation and its associations with emerging psychopathology has become a major pursuit in developmental science. Early-childhood emotion regulation (ER) and executive function (EF), in particular, are in...