Margarita Azmitia
Margarita Azmitia
Professor of Psychology, University of California Santa Cruz
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Peer interaction and problem solving: When are two heads better than one?
M Azmitia
Child development, 87-96, 1988
Friendship, transactive dialogues, and the development of scientific reasoning
M Azmitia, R Montgomery
Social development 2 (3), 202-221, 1993
Why siblings are important agents of cognitive development: A comparison of siblings and peers
M Azmitia, J Hesser
Child development 64 (2), 430-444, 1993
A narrative approach to ethnic identity in emerging adulthood: Bringing life to the identity status model.
M Syed, M Azmitia
Developmental psychology 44 (4), 1012, 2008
Identity and academic success among underrepresented ethnic minorities: An interdisciplinary review and integration
M Syed, M Azmitia, CR Cooper
Journal of Social Issues 67 (3), 442-468, 2011
Social influences on children's cognition: State of the art and future directions
M Azmitia, M Perlmutter
Advances in child development and behavior 22, 89-144, 1989
On the intersection of personal and social identities: Introduction and evidence from a longitudinal study of emerging adults
M Azmitia, M Syed, K Radmacher
New directions for child and adolescent development 2008 (120), 1-16, 2008
Peer interactive minds: Developmental, theoretical, and methodological issues
M Azmitia
Interactive minds: Life-span perspectives on the social foundation of …, 1996
Narrative and ethnic identity exploration: A longitudinal account of emerging adults’ ethnicity-related experiences.
M Syed, M Azmitia
Developmental psychology 46 (1), 208, 2010
Finding your niche: Identity and emotional support in emerging adults' adjustment to the transition to college
M Azmitia, M Syed, K Radmacher
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (4), 744-761, 2013
Longitudinal trajectories of ethnic identity during the college years
M Syed, M Azmitia
Journal of Research on Adolescence 19 (4), 601-624, 2009
Bridging multiple worlds: How African American and Latino youth in academic outreach programs navigate math pathways to college
CR Cooper, RG Cooper Jr, M Azmitia, G Chavira, Y Gullatt
Applied Developmental Science 6 (2), 73-87, 2002
Latino immigrant parents’ beliefs about the “path of life” of their adolescent children
M Azmitia, JR Brown
Latino children and families in the United States, 77-106, 2002
Good or bad? Peer influences on Latino and European American adolescents' pathways through school
M Azmitia, CR Cooper
Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 6 (1-2), 45-71, 2001
Stability and change in ethnic identity among Latino emerging adults in two contexts
M Syed, M Azmitia, JS Phinney
Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research 7 (2), 155-178, 2007
The ecology of family guidance in low‐income Mexican‐American and European‐American families
M Azmitia, CR Cooper, EE García, ND Dunbar
Social Development 5 (1), 1-23, 1996
Are there gendered pathways to intimacy in early adolescents’ and emerging adults’ friendships?
K Radmacher, M Azmitia
Journal of Adolescent Research 21 (4), 415-448, 2006
Support and guidance from families, friends, and teachers in Latino early adolescents' math pathways
M Azmitia, CR Cooper, JR Brown
The Journal of Early Adolescence 29 (1), 142-169, 2009
Multiple selves, multiple worlds: Three useful strategies for research with ethnic minority youth on identity, relationships, and opportunity structures
CR Cooper, JF Jackson, M Azmitia, EM Lopez
Studying minority adolescents, 121-136, 1998
Handbook of US Latino psychology: Developmental and community-based perspectives
FA Villarruel, G Carlo, JM Grau, M Azmitia, NJ Cabrera, TJ Chahin
Sage, 2009
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