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Parent-adolescent relations and adolescent functioning: self-esteem, substance abuse, and delinquency.
Adolescence. 2004 Fall; 39(155):519-30.A

Abstract

The present study examined parental support and monitoring as they relate to adolescent outcomes. It was hypothesized that support and monitoring would be associated with higher self-esteem and less risky behavior during adolescence. The diverse sample included 16,749 adolescents assessed as part of the National Educational Longitudinal Study. Both high parental support and parental monitoring were related to greater self-esteem and lower risk behaviors. The findings partially confirm, as well as extend, propositions in attachment theory.

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jparker@uscupstate.eduNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

15673227

Citation

Parker, Jennifer S., and Mark J. Benson. "Parent-adolescent Relations and Adolescent Functioning: Self-esteem, Substance Abuse, and Delinquency." Adolescence, vol. 39, no. 155, 2004, pp. 519-30.
Parker JS, Benson MJ. Parent-adolescent relations and adolescent functioning: self-esteem, substance abuse, and delinquency. Adolescence. 2004;39(155):519-30.
Parker, J. S., & Benson, M. J. (2004). Parent-adolescent relations and adolescent functioning: self-esteem, substance abuse, and delinquency. Adolescence, 39(155), 519-30.
Parker JS, Benson MJ. Parent-adolescent Relations and Adolescent Functioning: Self-esteem, Substance Abuse, and Delinquency. Adolescence. 2004;39(155):519-30. PubMed PMID: 15673227.
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