Bonnie L Barber
Bonnie L Barber
School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Student council, volunteering, basketball, or marching band: What kind of extracurricular involvement matters?
JS Eccles, BL Barber
Journal of adolescent research 14 (1), 10-43, 1999
26031999
Extracurricular activities and adolescent development
JS Eccles, BL Barber, M Stone, J Hunt
Journal of social issues 59 (4), 865-889, 2003
19732003
Whatever happened to the jock, the brain, and the princess? Young adult pathways linked to adolescent activity involvement and social identity
BL Barber, JS Eccles, MR Stone
Journal of adolescent research 16 (5), 429-455, 2001
11782001
Financial socialization of first-year college students: The roles of parents, work, and education
S Shim, BL Barber, NA Card, JJ Xiao, J Serido
Journal of youth and adolescence 39 (12), 1457-1470, 2010
7132010
Not so doomed: Computer game play and positive adolescent development
K Durkin, B Barber
Journal of applied developmental psychology 23 (4), 373-392, 2002
6702002
Pathways to life success: A conceptual model of financial well-being for young adults
S Shim, JJ Xiao, BL Barber, AC Lyons
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 30 (6), 708-723, 2009
5762009
Handbook of positive psychology in schools
MJ Furlong, R Gilman, ES Huebner
Routledge, 2009
4512009
Long-term influence of divorce and single parenting on adolescent family-and work-related values, behaviors, and aspirations.
BL Barber, JS Eccles
Psychological Bulletin 111 (1), 108, 1992
4121992
Linking gender to educational, occupational, and recreational choices: Applying the Eccles et al. model of achievement-related choices.
JS Eccles, B Barber, D Jozefowicz
American Psychological Association, 1999
3981999
The relation of early adolescents’ college plans and both academic ability and task-value beliefs to subsequent college enrollment
JS Eccles, MN Vida, B Barber
The Journal of Early Adolescence 24 (1), 63-77, 2004
3732004
Early adolescent peer orientation and adjustment during high school.
AJ Fuligni, JS Eccles, BL Barber, P Clements
Developmental psychology 37 (1), 28, 2001
3602001
The association of school transitions in early adolescence with developmental trajectories through high school
JS Eccles, SE Lord, RW Roeser, BL Barber, DMH Jozefowicz
Health risks and developmental transitions during adolescence 28, 283-320, 1997
3301997
Why don't they want a male-dominated job? An investigation of young women who changed their occupational aspirations
PM Frome, CJ Alfeld, JS Eccles, BL Barber
Educational Research and Evaluation 12 (4), 359-372, 2006
3202006
Six paths to adulthood: Fast starters, parents without careers, educated partners, educated singles, working singles, and slow starters
DW Osgood, G Ruth, JS Eccles, JE Jacobs, BL Barber
On the frontier of adulthood, 320-355, 2008
2612008
Benefits of activity participation: The roles of identity affirmation and peer group norm sharing
BL Barber, MR Stone, JE Hunt, JS Eccles
Organized activities as contexts of development, 197-222, 2005
2482005
COURSE ENROLLMENT AS SELF-REGULATORY BEHAVIOR://HO) TAKES OPTIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MATH COURSES?
JS ECCLES, BL BARBER
Learning and individual differences 1000 (183), 5-1248, 1996
2481996
Adolescence and emerging adulthood: The critical passage ways to adulthood.
J Eccles, J Templeton, B Barber, M Stone
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2003
2452003
Childhood and adolescent sports participation as predictors of participation in sports and physical fitness activities during young adulthood
DF Perkins, JE Jacobs, BL Barber, JS Eccles
Youth & Society 35 (4), 495-520, 2004
2432004
Social networking site use: Linked to adolescents' social self‐concept, self‐esteem, and depressed mood
CJ Blomfield Neira, BL Barber
Australian Journal of Psychology 66 (1), 56-64, 2014
2272014
Advice about life plans and personal problems in late adolescent sibling relationships
CJ Tucker, BL Barber, JS Eccles
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 26 (1), 63-76, 1997
1961997
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