Adolescent Loneliness: Testing a Predictive Model
Antognoli-Toland, Paula L., Journal of Theory Construction and Testing
Abstract: This study presents a model of prediction for adolescent loneliness that focuses on theparent-child relationship within the context ache family. Theoretical explanations of adolescent loneliness are discussed in relationship tq model testing. The study sample consisted of 5201 adolescent respondents from a national longitudinal study. Logistic re.es sian analyses were used to test the predictive ability of the model for adolescent loneliness. Parent-child relationsips, family structure and selected descriptive characteristics were analyzed for individual and covariate prediction. In Implications for future research and theory development are considered.
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Publication information: Article title: Adolescent Loneliness: Testing a Predictive Model. Contributors: Antognoli-Toland, Paula L. - Author. Journal title: Journal of Theory Construction and Testing. Volume: 4. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2000. Page number: 7+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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