Pasley, Kay

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TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Links between the statuses of gay men in relationships and couple identity a theoretical extension and examination 2005 2003 "Given recent calls for theory development and extension relevant to gay relationships, this study examined the relationships of gay men by testing a mid-range model derived from identity theory (Stryker, 1968) and the extant literature. The model as...
The effect of congruence of mothers' and fathers' beliefs regarding fathering roles on father involvement 2006 1491 "This study was designed to test the influence of the congruence between mothers' and fathers' fathering identity standards on fathers' later involvement with their children. Using two waves of data from the Fragile Families Study of Child Well-being...
Testing a social-cognitive model of achievement motivation 1996 10 The purpose of the research was to test a proposed conceptual model of mathematics achievement motivation. The model suggests that students' positive beliefs and cognitions about self and context result in mastery goal orientations and expectancies f...
Intergenerational transmission of self-esteem : parental determinants and consequences for relationships with children 1994 19 In the present study, the effect of relationships with parents on adult self-esteem was examined as was the effect of self-esteem on individual well-being. In turn, wellbeing was examined for its effect on relationship with one's child. Two condition...
Examining the marriages of nontraditional women : marital processes and outcomes 1996 4 The purpose of this research was to examine the ways marital processes influence marital outcomes in marriages wherein the wife is nontraditional. Selected data from the Marital Stability Over the Life Course Data Set (Booth et al, 1992), an eight-ye...
Strategies for intergenerational transmission of important values : a study of African-American, American Indian, and European-American families 1995 4 This study was designed to determine how residential mobility, including the timing of the mobility, affects adolescent outcomes. Using longitudinal data (collected in 1976, 1981, and 1987) from the National Survey of Children, a conceptual model tha...