Family matters: the importance of mattering to family in adolescence
Combining empirical evidence with indices to measure mattering, Family Matters: The Importance of Mattering to Family in Adolescence explores the inverse relationship between mattering and dysfunctional behavior in adolescence.
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Family Matters: The Importance of Mattering to Family in Adolescence
Gregory C. Elliott
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adolescents analysis anti-social behavior attitude toward violence Baumeister beha binge drinking carrying a weapon child Coefficient Error Ratio cognitive College contrast control variables depression difference failing to matter Fairly Important feel Female gender groups High School high self-esteem Hispanic interaction involved Less Than High level of measurement levels of mattering levels of self-esteem likelihood lives Logistic Regression low self-esteem lowest level Mattering and Self-Esteem Mattering Mattering mattering to family mattering to one's mean measure mediator motivation Non-Hispanic Black Non-Hispanic White Number of Children one's family p-value Panel perceived person predictor probability psychologist relationship between mattering Religion respondents role identity Rosenberg sample self-concept self-destructive behavior sense of mattering Seung-Hui Cho siblings significantly Social Psychology society socioeconomic status sociologist standard deviations Standard Odds suicidal behavior Symbolic Interactionism Symbolic Interactionists Table teenagers Timothy McVeigh tion truancy understanding vandalism vior young Youth at Risk