Nina Mounts

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Salaam B, Mounts NS. (2016) International note: Maternal warmth, behavioral control, and psychological control: Relations to adjustment of Ghanaian early adolescents. Journal of Adolescence. 49: 99-104
Gerardy H, Mounts NS, Luckner AE, et al. (2015) Mothers' Management of Adolescent Peer Relationships: Associations With Aggressive, Prosocial, and Playful Behavior. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 176: 299-314
Mounts NS, Karre J, Kim HS. (2013) Mothers' Attitudes About and Goals for Early Adolescents' Cross-Ethnic Peer Relationships: A Qualitative Analysis Family Relations. 62: 312-325
Anderson KL, Mounts NS. (2012) Searching for the self: an identity control theory approach to triggers of occupational exploration. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 173: 90-111
Karre JK, Mounts NS. (2012) Nonresident Fathers' Parenting Style and the Adjustment of Late-Adolescent Boys Journal of Family Issues. 33: 1642-1657
Mounts NS. (2011) Parental management of peer relationships and early adolescents' social skills. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 40: 416-27
Valentiner DP, Mounts NS, Durik AM, et al. (2011) Shyness mindset: Applying mindset theory to the domain of inhibited social behavior Personality and Individual Differences. 50: 1174-1179
Mounts NS, Kim HS. (2009) Expectations for parental management of dating in an ethnically diverse sample of early adolescents Journal of Adolescent Research. 24: 531-560
Mounts NS. (2008) Linkages between Parenting and Peer Relationships: A Model for Parental Management of Adolescents' Peer Relationships What Can Parents Do?: New Insights Into the Role of Parents in Adolescent Problem Behavior. 163-189
Mounts NS, Kim HS. (2007) Parental goals regarding peer relationships and management of peers in a multiethnic sample. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 17-33
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