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Family obligation and the transition to young adulthood.
AJ Fuligni, S Pedersen
Developmental psychology 38 (5), 856, 2002
7322002
The timing of Middle‐Childhood peer rejection and friendship: Linking early behavior to Early‐Adolescent adjustment
S Pedersen, F Vitaro, ED Barker, AIH Borge
Child development 78 (4), 1037-1051, 2007
5102007
Team sports achievement and self-esteem development among urban adolescent girls
S Pedersen, E Seidman
Psychology of Women Quarterly 28 (4), 412-422, 2004
2922004
Parental illness, family functioning, and adolescent well-being: a family ecology framework to guide research.
S Pedersen, TA Revenson
Journal of family psychology 19 (3), 404, 2005
2612005
Developmental changes in gender composition of friendship networks in adolescent girls and boys.
F Poulin, S Pedersen
Developmental psychology 43 (6), 1484, 2007
2602007
Contexts and correlates of out-of-school activity participation among low-income urban adolescents
S Pedersen, E Seidman
Organized activities as contexts of development, 97-122, 2005
1642005
Children's disruptiveness, peer rejection, friends' deviancy, and delinquent behaviors: A process-oriented approach
F Vitaro, S Pedersen, M Brendgen
Development and Psychopathology 19 (2), 433-453, 2007
1382007
Stress levels experienced by the parents of enterally fed children
SD Pedersen, HG Parsons, D Dewey
Child: care, health and development 30 (5), 507-513, 2004
1112004
Holistic contextual perspectives on risk, protection, and competence among low-income urban adolescents
E Seidman, S Pedersen
Resilience and vulnerability: Adaptation in the context of childhood …, 2003
1092003
Do peers contribute to the likelihood of secondary school graduation among disadvantaged boys?
MH Véronneau, F Vitaro, S Pedersen, RE Tremblay
Journal of educational psychology 100 (2), 429, 2008
972008
Intensity of participation in organized youth activities during the high school years: Longitudinal associations with adjustment
AS Denault, F Poulin, S Pedersen
Applied Development Science 13 (2), 74-87, 2009
962009
A short-term longitudinal analysis of friendship selection on early adolescent substance use
F Poulin, J Kiesner, S Pedersen, TJ Dishion
Journal of adolescence 34 (2), 249-256, 2011
932011
Urban adolescents' out-of-school activity profiles: Associations with youth, family, and school transition characteristics
S Pedersen
Applied Developmental Science 9 (2), 107-124, 2005
902005
Contextual competence: Multiple manifestations among urban adolescents
S Pedersen, E Seidman, H Yoshikawa, AC Rivera, LR Allen, JL Aber
American journal of community psychology 35 (1-2), 65-82, 2005
672005
Perceived family and peer transactions and self-esteem among urban early adolescents
A Roberts, E Seidman, S Pedersen, D Chesir-Teran, LR Allen, JL Aber, ...
The Journal of Early Adolescence 20 (1), 68-92, 2000
642000
Longitudinal associations between other‐sex friendships and substance use in adolescence
F Poulin, AS Denault, S Pedersen
Journal of research on Adolescence 21 (4), 776-788, 2011
482011
Creating neighborhood typologies of GIS-based data in the absence of neighborhood-based sampling: a factor and cluster analytic strategy
ET Gershoff, S Pedersen, J Lawrence Aber
Journal of prevention & intervention in the community 37 (1), 35-47, 2009
242009
Changing children's trajectories of development: Two-year evidence for the effectiveness of a school-based approach to violence prevention
JL Aber, S Pedersen, JL Brown, SM Jones, ET Gershoff
172003
Longitudinal patterns of out-of-school activity participation and trajectories of psychosocial development among low-income urban adolescents
S Pedersen
New York University, 2004
62004
Early behavioral dispositions and middle childhood peer rejection and friendship: Direct, indirect and moderated links to adolescent adjustment
S Pedersen, F Vitaro, ED Barker, AIH Borge
Child Development 78, 1037-1051, 2007
42007
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