Buehler, Cheryl

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Linking Adolescents' Problem Behaviors and Parents' Divorce Proneness 2007 3044 The present study examined the relationship between adolescents' problem behaviors and parents' divorce proneness with a sample of 416 families. Over three years, participants completed measures of internalizing and externalizing problem behaviors, p...
Understanding the link between parenting behaviors and friendship competence: socioemotional problems or attachment insecurity? 2009 4509 Parents are important socialization agents in terms of adolescents' social, emotional, and behavioral development. Yet few studies have examined the relationship between parenting behaviors and adolescents' friendship competence during adolescence. F...
Marital hostility, adolescents’ responses to marital conflict, and adolescents’ adjustment: the moderating role of cooperative marital conflict 2016 1266 Marital hostility is a salient risk factor for adolescents’ well-being, academic performance, and social functioning. In contrast to the substantial body of research focusing on the effects of marital hostility on adolescents’ development, few studie...
Neighborhood disadvantage, parenting, and obesity in the transition from adolescence to young adulthood among adolescents of color 2016 1041 Within the last four decades in the United States pediatric obesity prevalence has nearly quadrupled (Ogden, Carroll, Kit, & Flegal, 2014), tracking with fidelity into adulthood (Dietz & Robinson, 2005). At the subpopulation level, there is clear evi...
The effects of social support on youth hopefulness during early adolescence 2022 171 The present study examined the association between social support and youth hopefulness from the beginning of middle school (6th grade) through the end of middle school (8th grade). The study focuses on the unique effects of sources of social support...
Adaptation to the family stress model of economic pressure using an actor–partner interdependence mediation model 2022 117 The family stress model of romantic relationships (FSM; Conger et al., 1999) is a well-established tool for examining individual and relationship processes linking economic pressure and marital well-being. Despite the large body of literature utilizi...
A moderated mediation model of changes in adolescent social anxiety symptoms: the contribution of adolescents and their relationships with parents, peers, and teachers 2016 974 Multiple studies have identified several risk factors for social anxiety symptoms that span individual, familial, peer, and school contexts. Yet few studies have gone beyond the examinations of main effects to investigate the processes and interactio...
Predicting divorce in parents: the relationship between coparenting and divorce proneness 2018 365 The longitudinal association between couples’ coparental disagreement and coparental support and wives’ and husbands’ individual divorce proneness was examined in a sample of 416 families. Both dimensions of coparenting were completed when the couple...
Parent-adolescent hostility: a family systems approach 2013 2817 Hostile parent-adolescent relationships have negative implications for youth well-being (Laursen & Collins, 1994; Steinberg & Silk, 2002). However, predictors of parent-adolescent hostility have received modest empirical attention, and investigations...
The effect of mothers’ relative earnings on fathers’ responsibility for routine childcare tasks across the first three years: the moderating roles of emotional intimacy and parenting stress 2020 326 The current study used data from the first phase of the NICHD-SECCYD study, which was collected from birth to age three. These data were collected from 1991 to 1995. The current study utilized a time-lagged, multilevel model to examine the associatio...