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Prospective associations between trauma, placement disruption, and ethnic-racial identity among newly emancipated foster youth.

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Summary of "Prospective associations between trauma, placement disruption, and ethnic-racial identity among newly emancipated foster youth."

Ethnic-racial identity (ERI) is an important developmental process for ethnic-racial minority youth. However, little is known about how adverse life experiences may be related to ERI development. Thus, the current study evaluated prospective associations of emancipated foster youth's histories of childhood maltreatment and foster placement disruption with ERI centrality and ERI private regard, as well as the adaptive implications of ERI.

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Name: Journal of adolescence
ISSN: 1095-9254
Pages: 88-98

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