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This longitudinal study explored intraindividual change across four years in 190 Canadian university students’ (M age = 18.36; 60% female) subjective maturity, as indicated by their comparative subjective age (CSA; how old one feels relative to his or her chronological age). Students completed...
The parent-child relationship is one of the most influential and long-lasting social ties for many people. Much research on this relationship focuses on childhood, adolescence, and old age, while parent-child relations during the transition to adulthood remains a relatively understudied area....