Joseph Kay
Joseph Kay
Behavior Change for Good, University of Pennsylvania
Verified email at wharton.upenn.edu
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From passengers to drivers: Parent perceptions about how adolescents learn to drive
JH Mirman, J Kay
Journal of Adolescent Research 27 (3), 401-424, 2012
322012
Nourishing a partnership to improve middle school lunch options: A community-based participatory research project
SM Reich, JS Kay, GC Lin
Family & community health 38 (1), 77-86, 2015
192015
Development of web-based parent support program to improve quantity, quality, and diversity of teens’ home-based practice driving
JH Mirman, YC Lee, J Kay, DR Durbin, FK Winston
Transportation research record 2318 (1), 107-115, 2012
162012
High-school predictors of university achievement: Youths' self-reported relationships with parents, beliefs about success, and university aspirations
JS Kay, J Shane, J Heckhausen
Journal of Adolescence 53, 95-106, 2016
152016
Youth’s causal beliefs about success: Socioeconomic differences and prediction of early career development
JS Kay, J Shane, J Heckhausen
Journal of youth and adolescence 46 (10), 2169-2180, 2017
132017
Support and conflict in relationships and psychological health in adolescents and young adults with cancer
JS Kay, V Juth, RC Silver, LS Sender
Journal of health psychology 24 (4), 502-517, 2019
92019
Motives, goals, and well-being throughout the lifespan.
J Heckhausen, JS Kay
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
52018
Motivational theory of lifespan development
JS Kay, J Heckhausen
Encyclopedia of Geropsychology, 1-10, 2015
52015
Parenting and Adolescents’ Academic Achievement: The Mediating Role of Goal Engagement and Disengagement
PS Yau, Y Cho, J Shane, J Kay, J Heckhausen
Journal of Child and Family Studies, 1-13, 2021
2021
Hot and Cold Paths to Achievement Goals in Adolescence: Implicit Motivation, Explicit Goals, Motivational Strategies, and Relationships with Parents
JS Kay
University of California, Irvine, 2017
2017
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