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Hoffman Publishes Journal Article

Hoffman, Adam

Dr. Adam Hoffman

Dr. Adam Hoffman, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has published an article with co-authors from other universities, in Social Development, a major international journal dealing with all aspects of children's social development as seen from a psychological stance. In the article, "Considering multiple levels of influence on adjustment in school: Ethnic–racial public regard, peer socialization, and social-emotional learning practices," the authors investigated how ethnic–racial identity and peer socialization were related to academic and social efficacy over time, and how perceptions of social-emotional learning practices in the classroom moderated these relations among 586 American middle school youth. 

The full article can be read at the Social Development website.

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