Emerging Adulthood Measured at Multiple Institutions (EAMMI)

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Description: This project is the host of the EA and Politics Survey Project organized by Alan Reifman in 2004. There are over 1300 cases from 14 samples at 10 distinct institutions. Theorists interested in reanalyzing the data are invited to submit a proposal to use the data. The page also provides supplementary information for our special issue in the Emerging Adulthood Journal (coming June, 2015) reporting on these data.

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Please see our published manuscripts on the Emerging Adulthood Journal website under the author's first publication. In June, 2016, the special issue will arrive in print. We recently argued in Perspectives on Psychological Sciences that undergraduate researchers provide an opportunity to make important contributions to the field of psychology (Grahe et al. 2012). These projects represent an untap...

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  • Markers of Adulthood Subscale Development: Comparative Review and Assessment of Inductive and Deductive Psychometrics

    We describe two psychometric approaches undertaken to generate 8 subscales from the 40 Markers of Adulthood (MoA) items in the EAMMI survey. First, we...

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