Social Networks of Children, Adolescents, and College Students

By Suzanne Salzinger; John Antrobus et al. | Go to book overview

Subject Index

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Academic performance of college students, 236-243, see also College success, social networks and
academic performance of one's college social network and, 242-243, 244
of commuting college students, social networks and, 249-251, 253-255, 258
ethnic networks and, 240-241, 244
grade point average and dropout rates, 228, 233, 236-239, 244
large dense social networks and, 241-242
measures of, 233
on-campus network size and, 239-240, 244-245
reciprocity of friendship and, 228, 241
size of household and, 239, 245
Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist, 203-204
Achenbach Social Scale, 212-213
Acting-out behavior, 214, 218
Adjustment, adolescent psychological
age differences in, 208, 209-210
gender differences in, 211-212
measures of, 204
social, functioning and, 198, 200
Adjustment, preschoolers' social and school by age, 89-90
assessment of, 77-78
nonschool peer networks and, 68-69, 72- 73, 83-86, 89-90
prediction of, 72-73
Adolescence, 8-9, 12
behavior problems in, social influences on, 195-226
age differences and, 207-210, 217
causal model of social functioning, 200- 201
causal models, alternatives to, 219- 222
extemalizing and internalizing behavior problems, 208, 209, 211, 212, 214- 216, 218-219
familial influences, 198-200, 201, 207- 212
gender differences and, 210-212, 217- 218
methods of studying, 201-206
path model of, 212-216, 218-219
psychological adjustment, 198, 200, 204, 208, 209-212
results of studying, 206
social functioning and, 197-198
as period of change in interpersonal relationships, 171
self-esteem and perceptions of relationships during, 11, 171-194, 220-221
for males vs. females, 187, 188

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