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Age Moderates the Relationship between Social Support and Psychosocial Problems
Unformatted Document Text:  Age Moderates 33 Perlman, D. (1988). Loneliness: A life-span, family perspective. In R.M. Milardo (Ed.), Families and social networks (pp. 190-220). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Procidano, M.E. (1992). The nature of perceived social support: Findings of meta-analytic studies. In C.D. Spielberger & J.N. Butcher (Eds.), Advances in personality assessment (pp. 1-26). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Procidano, M.E., & Heller, K. (1983). Measures of perceived social support from friends and family: Three validation studies. American Journal of Community Psychology, 11, 1-24. Reinhardt, J.P. (2001). Effects of positive and negative support received and provided on adaptation to chronic visual impairment. Applied Developmental Science, 5, 76-85. Reynolds, W.M., & Gould, J.W. (1981). A psychometric investigation of the standard and short form Beck Depression Inventory. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 49, 306-307. Roscoe, B., & Skomski, G.G. (1989). Loneliness among late adolescents. Adolescence, 96, 947-955. Samter, W. (1992). Communicative characteristics of the lonely person’s friendship circle. Communication Research, 19, 212-239. Samter, W. (1994). Unsupportive relationships: Deficiencies in the support-giving skills of the lonely person’s friends. In B. Burleson & T. Albrecht (Eds.), Communication of social support: Messages, interactions, relationships, and community (pp. 195-214). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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Perlman, D. (1988). Loneliness: A life-span, family perspective. In R.M. Milardo (Ed.),
Families and social networks (pp. 190-220). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Procidano, M.E. (1992). The nature of perceived social support: Findings of meta-analytic
studies. In C.D. Spielberger & J.N. Butcher (Eds.), Advances in personality
assessment (pp. 1-26). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Procidano, M.E., & Heller, K. (1983). Measures of perceived social support from friends
and family: Three validation studies. American Journal of Community Psychology,
11, 1-24.
Reinhardt, J.P. (2001). Effects of positive and negative support received and provided on
adaptation to chronic visual impairment. Applied Developmental Science, 5, 76-85.
Reynolds, W.M., & Gould, J.W. (1981). A psychometric investigation of the standard and
short form Beck Depression Inventory. Journal of Consulting and Clinical
Psychology, 49, 306-307.
Roscoe, B., & Skomski, G.G. (1989). Loneliness among late adolescents. Adolescence, 96,
947-955.
Samter, W. (1992). Communicative characteristics of the lonely person’s friendship circle.
Communication Research, 19, 212-239.
Samter, W. (1994). Unsupportive relationships: Deficiencies in the support-giving skills of
the lonely person’s friends. In B. Burleson & T. Albrecht (Eds.), Communication of
social support: Messages, interactions, relationships, and community (pp. 195-214).
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


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