Christopher Daddis, Ph.D.

2005 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
"Christopher Daddis"
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Judith Smetana grad student 2005 Rochester
 (Close friendships and the expanding boundaries of the personal domain during early and middle adolescence.)
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Daddis C, Brunell AB. (2015) Entitlement, exploitativeness, and reasoning about everyday transgressions: A social domain analysis Journal of Research in Personality. 58: 115-126
Daddis C. (2011) Desire for increased autonomy and adolescents' perceptions of peer autonomy: "Everyone else can; why can't I?". Child Development. 82: 1310-26
Daddis C. (2011) Preference management and the role of constructivist processes in children's social development Human Development. 54: 113-118
Daddis C. (2010) Adolescent peer crowds and patterns of belief in the boundaries of personal authority. Journal of Adolescence. 33: 699-708
Daddis C, Randolph D. (2010) Dating and disclosure: adolescent management of information regarding romantic involvement. Journal of Adolescence. 33: 309-20
Daddis C. (2008) Influence of close friends on the boundaries of adolescent personal authority Journal of Research On Adolescence. 18: 75-98
Daddis C. (2008) Similarity between early and middle adolescent close friends' beliefs about personal jurisdiction Social Development. 17: 1019-1038
Daddis C, Smetana J. (2005) Middle-class African American families' expectations for adolescents' behavioural autonomy International Journal of Behavioral Development. 29: 371-381
Smetana JG, Campione-Barr N, Daddis C. (2004) Longitudinal development of family decision making: defining healthy behavioral autonomy for middle-class African American adolescents. Child Development. 75: 1418-34
Smetana JG, Daddis C, Chuang SS. (2003) "Clean Your Room!" A Longitudinal Investigation of Adolescent-Parent Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Middle-Class African American Families Journal of Adolescent Research. 18: 631-650
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