Project Emerging Adulthood

Zong, X. & Cheah, C. S. L. (2023). Multiple dimensions of religiosity, self-regulation, and psychological adjustment among emerging adults. Current Psychology, 42, 4133-4142.

Zong, X., Ingoglia, S., Lo Coco, A., Tan, J.-P., Inguglia, C., Liga, F., Cheah, C. S. L. (2022). Evaluating the filial behavior scale across three cultural groups using exploratory structural equation modeling. International Journal of Psychology, 58(1), 42-51.

Oppedal, B., Keles, S., Cheah, C. S. L., & Røysamb, E. (2020). Culture competence and mental health across different immigrant and refugee groups. BMC Public Health, 20, 292-305.

Zong, X., Cheah, C. S. L, Yu, J., Lim, H. J., Vu, K. T. T., Opara, N. (2019). Identity synthesis as a pathway linking parenting and emerging adults’ internalizing problems. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 28, 1029-1041.

Shen, J., Cheah, C. S. L., & Yu, J. (2018). Asian-American and European-American emerging adults’ perceived parenting styles and self-regulation ability. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 9, 140-148.

Liga, F., Ingoglia, S., Inguglia, C., Lo Coco, A., Lo Cricchio, M.G., Musso, P., Cheah, C. S. L., Rose, L., & Gutow, M. (2017).  Associations among psychologically controlling parenting, autonomy, relatedness and problem behaviors during emerging adulthood.  The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 151, 393-415

Inguglia, C., Ingoglia, S., Liga, F., Lo Coco, A., Lo Cricchio, M. G., Musso, P., Cheah, C. S. L., Gutow, M. R., & Lim, H. J. (2016). Parental practices and internalizing difficulties in Italian and U.S. emerging adults: Mediating pathways of autonomy and relatedness. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25, 419-431.

Cheah, C. S. L., Trinder, K. M., Gokavi, T. N. (2010). Urban/rural and gender differences among Canadian emerging adults. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 34, 339 -344.

Cheah, C. S. L., & Nelson, L. J. (2004).  The role of acculturation in the emerging adulthood of Aboriginal college students.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 28, 495-507