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Research on Adaptive Interests, Skills, and Environments (RAISE) Study, North Carolina, 2015

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Research on Adaptive Interests, Skills, and Environments (RAISE) Study, North Carolina, 2015
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Research on Adaptive Interests, Skills, and Environments (RAISE) Study, North Carolina, 2015
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The Research on Adaptive Interest, Skills, and Environments (RAISE) project is Funded and otherwise supported by the Center for the Study of Adolescent Risk and Resilience (C-StARR) at Duke University. The initial data collection effort focused on self-regulation and related skills during early adolescence and their role in early instances of health-risk behavior. There is a secondary focus on the use of mobile technology to understand the daily experiences of adolescents. The representative sample of 2104 adolescents was drawn from a randomly sampled pool of approximately 26,000 students enrolled in public schools in North Carolina. The goals are to (1) identify common stressors and positive events that occur in the context of adolescents' daily lives; (2) understand how these daily events predict changes in mood, self-control, and behavior; (3) test whether the effects of these daily events are stronger for adolescents with particular personality traits (e.g., low self-control, high impulsivity) or genetic markers (e.g., dopamine, serotonin genes); (4) understand how the environmental contexts in which adolescents are embedded (e.g., neighborhoods, schools) interact with individual differences (i.e., personality traits and genes) and daily experiences to influence participation in problem behaviors as well as the development of adaptive self-regulatory skills
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  • Hoyle, Rick H
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Research on Adaptive Interests, Skills, and Environments (RAISE) Study, North Carolina, 2015
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  • 2015
  • 36850
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ICPSR36850.v1
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Research on Adaptive Interests, Skills, and Environments (RAISE) Study, North Carolina, 2015
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  • 2015
  • 36850
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ICPSR36850.v1
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