G. John Geldhof
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Reliability estimation in a multilevel confirmatory factor analysis framework.
GJ Geldhof, KJ Preacher, MJ Zyphur
Psychological methods 19 (1), 72, 2014
Positive youth development and relational-developmental-systems.
RM Lerner, JV Lerner, EP Bowers, GJ Geldhof
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015
Academic achievement in the high school years: The changing role of school engagement
PA Chase, LJ Hilliard, GJ Geldhof, DJA Warren, RM Lerner
Journal of youth and adolescence 43 (6), 884-896, 2014
Creation of short and very short measures of the five Cs of positive youth development
GJ Geldhof, EP Bowers, MJ Boyd, MK Mueller, CM Napolitano, ...
Journal of Research on Adolescence 24 (1), 163-176, 2014
Development and self‐regulation
MM McClelland, G John Geldhof, CE Cameron, SB Wanless
Handbook of child psychology and developmental science, 1-43, 2015
Examining the relations between executive function, math, and literacy during the transition to kindergarten: a multi-analytic approach.
SA Schmitt, GJ Geldhof, DJ Purpura, R Duncan, MM McClelland
Journal of Educational Psychology 109 (8), 1120, 2017
Developmental trajectories of intentional self regulation in adolescence: The role of parenting and implications for positive and problematic outcomes among diverse youth
EP Bowers, S Gestsdottir, GJ Geldhof, J Nikitin, A von Eye, RM Lerner
Journal of adolescence 34 (6), 1193-1206, 2011
Promoting positive youth development in the face of contextual changes and challenges: The roles of individual strengths and ecological assets
RM Lerner, EP Bowers, GJ Geldhof, S Gestsdóttir, L DeSouza
New directions for youth development 2012 (135), 119-128, 2012
Understanding entrepreneurial intent in late adolescence: The role of intentional self-regulation and innovation
GJ Geldhof, M Weiner, JP Agans, MK Mueller, RM Lerner
Journal of youth and adolescence 43 (1), 81-91, 2014
M McClelland, J Geldhof, F Morrison, S Gestsdóttir, C Cameron, E Bowers, ...
Handbook of life course health development, 275-298, 2018
Fostering youth entrepreneurship: Preliminary findings from the young entrepreneurs study
GJ Geldhof, T Porter, MB Weiner, H Malin, KC Bronk, JP Agans, M Mueller, ...
Journal of research on adolescence 24 (3), 431-446, 2014
Special section introduction: Thriving in context: Findings from the 4-H study of positive youth development
GJ Geldhof, EP Bowers, RM Lerner
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 42 (1), 1-5, 2013
Self-Regulation across the Life Span
GJ Geldhof, TD Little, J Colombo
The Handbook of Life-Span Development, Social and Emotional Development 2, 116, 2010
Special issue introduction: Thriving across the adolescent years: A view of the issues
EP Bowers, GJ Geldhof, SK Johnson, JV Lerner, RM Lerner
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 43 (6), 859-868, 2014
Preschoolers’ social dominance, moral cognition, and moral behavior: An evolutionary perspective
PH Hawley, GJ Geldhof
Journal of experimental child psychology 112 (1), 18-35, 2012
Longitudinal analysis of a very short measure of positive youth development
GJ Geldhof, EP Bowers, MK Mueller, CM Napolitano, KS Callina, ...
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 43 (6), 933-949, 2014
Relationships with important nonparental adults and positive youth development: An examination of youth self-regulatory strengths as mediators
EP Bowers, GJ Geldhof, KL Schmid, CM Napolitano, K Minor, JV Lerner
Research in Human Development 9 (4), 298-316, 2012
Trajectories of participation in athletics and positive youth development: The influence of sport type
JP Agans, GJ Geldhof
Applied Developmental Science 16 (3), 151-165, 2012
Orthogonalizing through residual centering: Extended applications and caveats
GJ Geldhof, S Pornprasertmanit, AM Schoemann, TD Little
Educational and Psychological Measurement 73 (1), 27-46, 2013
The five Cs of positive youth development in Norway: Assessment and associations with positive and negative outcomes
I Holsen, J Geldhof, T Larsen, E Aardal
International Journal of Behavioral Development 41 (5), 559-569, 2017
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