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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK AND PREVIOUS RESEARCH
DATA VARIABLES AND METHODS
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adolescent behavior adolescent outcomes Adolescents Ages 10-14 adolescents living adolescents who live analysis associated behavioral problems biological father involvement biological parents birth CES-D score Chapter characteristics child's sampling weight children living Coefficients of OLS cohabiting continuously-married dissertation divorce economic status effect of father effects of family excluded Externalizing Behavior Outcomes externalizing BPI score F-test Factor analysis Family Economic family structure effects family types highly-involved Hispanic household important included increase independent variables indicate internalizing BPI involvement by biological level of father level of involvement likelihood of substance Logistic Regression McLanahan and Sandefur mean mediating factors mothers in 1996 negative peer influences NLSY original parents original-to-single outcome measures Outcomes for Adolescents Parental Involvement percent Regression Models relationship religious attendance remarriage reported score 10 pts shown significant difference significantly single-parent families standard deviation standard errors step father involvement step parents suspended or expelled Table weight in 1996 Weighted by child's White2