SAGE Journal Articles

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Journal Article 1: Resilience Worldwide

Description: This article provides a cross-cultural review of research on the concepts of risk, adversity, and resilience. Protective factors in development may vary across cultures.

Journal Article 2: Cohort Effects in Adult Attachment

Description: A meta-analysis of nearly 100 samples of U.S. college students comprising over 25,000 participants in total shows that the percentage of college students demonstrating insecure attachment styles has increased by nearly 8% over the past 25 years.

Journal Article 3: Infant Temperament Across Cultures

Description: This article describes efforts to examine infant temperament cross-culturally, in the United States and in Italy. A few differences were found; for example, American infants were higher in activity, whereas Italian infants were higher in cuddliness.