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Trajectories of perceived adult and peer discrimination among Black, Latino, and Asian American adolescents: patterns and psychological correlates.
ML Greene, N Way, K Pahl
Developmental psychology 42 (2), 218, 2006
14642006
Experiences of discrimination among African American, Asian American, and Latino adolescents in an urban high school
SR Rosenbloom, N Way
Youth & Society 35 (4), 420-451, 2004
11182004
Students’ perceptions of school climate during the middle school years: Associations with trajectories of psychological and behavioral adjustment
N Way, R Reddy, J Rhodes
American journal of community psychology 40, 194-213, 2007
9282007
Parents' goals for children: The dynamic coexistence of individualism and collectivism in cultures and individuals
CS Tamis‐LeMonda, N Way, D Hughes, H Yoshikawa, RK Kalman, ...
Social development 17 (1), 183-209, 2008
7592008
Sleepless in Chicago: tracking the effects of adolescent sleep loss during the middle school years
K Fredriksen, J Rhodes, R Reddy, N Way
Child development 75 (1), 84-95, 2004
6982004
Mixing qualitative and quantitative research in developmental science: uses and methodological choices.
H Yoshikawa, TS Weisner, A Kalil, N Way
Developmental psychology 44 (2), 344, 2008
6012008
The influence of student perceptions of school climate on socioemotional and academic adjustment: A comparison of Chinese and American adolescents
Y Jia, N Way, G Ling, H Yoshikawa, X Chen, D Hughes, X Ke, Z Lu
Child development 80 (5), 1514-1530, 2009
5542009
Longitudinal trajectories of ethnic identity among urban Black and Latino adolescents
K Pahl, N Way
Child development 77 (5), 1403-1415, 2006
5442006
Deep secrets: Boys' friendships and the crisis of connection
N Way
Harvard University Press, 2011
5342011
Everyday courage: The lives and stories of urban teenagers
N Way
Everyday courage, 1998
4711998
Urban girls: Resisting stereotypes, creating identities
BJ Leadbeater, N Way
NYU Press, 1996
3941996
A preliminary analysis of associations among ethnic–racial socialization, ethnic discrimination, and ethnic identity among urban sixth graders
D Rivas‐Drake, D Hughes, N Way
Journal of Research on Adolescence 19 (3), 558-584, 2009
3792009
A closer look at peer discrimination, ethnic identity, and psychological well-being among urban Chinese American sixth graders
D Rivas-Drake, D Hughes, N Way
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 37, 12-21, 2008
3372008
Close and general friendships among African American, Latino, and Asian American adolescents from low-income families
N Way, L Chen
Journal of Adolescent Research 15 (2), 274-301, 2000
3092000
The other side of the model minority story: The familial and peer challenges faced by Chinese American adolescents
DB Qin, N Way, P Mukherjee
Youth & Society 39 (4), 480-506, 2008
2962008
The role of mothers’ and adolescents’ perceptions of ethnic-racial socialization in shaping ethnic-racial identity among early adolescent boys and girls
D Hughes, C Hagelskamp, N Way, MD Foust
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38, 605-626, 2009
2722009
Trajectories of perceived friendship quality during adolescence: The patterns and contextual predictors
N Way, ML Greene
Journal of Research on Adolescence 16 (2), 293-320, 2006
2672006
A longitudinal study of the effects of family, friends, and school experiences on the psychological adjustment of ethnic minority, low-SES adolescents
N Way, MG Robinson
Journal of Adolescent Research 18 (4), 324-346, 2003
2492003
“Can't You See The Courage, The Strength That I Have?”: Listening to Urban Adolescent Girls Speak about Their Relationships
N Way
Psychology of Women Quarterly 19 (1), 107-128, 1995
2241995
Racial and gender identity among Black adolescent males: An intersectionality perspective
LO Rogers, MA Scott, N Way
Child Development 86 (2), 407-424, 2015
2172015
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