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Chapter 13: The Role of Gender in Transformations in Adolescent Relationships
During the preparation of this chapter, Amanda J. Rose was partially supported by National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) grant R01 MH 073590, Rhiannon L. Smith was partially supported by a Ridgel Fellowship from the University of Missouri, Rebecca A. Schwartz-Mette was partially supported by NIMH NRSA award F31 MH 0816190 (Amanda J. Rose, Sponsor), and Gary C. Glick was partially supported by a Huggins Fellowship from the University of Missouri.
Close relationships are important throughout the life span (Hendrick & Hendrick, 2000; Rubin, Bukowski, & Laursen, 2009). This may be especially true during developmental transitions, including the transition from childhood to adolescence and the ...