Texas Tech University

Human Development and Family Studies

Emerging Adulthood Lab

Publications on Emerging Adulthood

Reifman, A., & Grahe, J. E. (in press). Introduction to the special issue of Emerging Adulthood. Emerging Adulthood. First published online on May 30, 2015 as doi: 10.1177/2167696815588022 at http://ea.sagepub.com

Reifman, A., & Oblad, T. (revise and resubmit). Long-term psychological and physical health among individuals pursuing emerging adulthood-type pathways in the 1950s and 1960s.

Lisha, N. E., Grana, R., Sun, P., Rohrbach, L., Spruijt-Metz, D., Reifman, A., & Sussman, S. (2014). Evaluation of the psychometric properties of the Revised Inventory of the Dimensions of Emerging Adulthood (IDEA-R) in a sample of continuation high school students. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 37, 156-177.

Reifman, A., & Oblad, T. (2012, Fall). College students' and parents' communication and views of proper assistance with school-related matters. AHEPPP Journal [Association of Higher Education Parent/Family Program Professionals; refereed electronic journal], 3(2). Available at: http://www.aheppp.org.

Schrick, B. H., Sharp, E. A., Zvonkovic, A., & Reifman, A. (2012). Never let them see you sweat: Silencing and striving to appear perfect among U.S. college women. Sex Roles, 67, 591-604.

Wiersma, J. D., Fischer, J. L., Cleveland, H. H., Reifman, A., & Harris, K. (2011). Selection and socialization of drinking among young adult dating, cohabiting, and married partners. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 28, 182-200.

Reifman, A. (2011). Romantic relationships in emerging adulthood: Conceptual foundations. In F. D. Fincham & M. Cui (Eds.), Romantic relationships in emerging adulthood (pp. 15-26). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Reifman, A. (2011, Summer). Emerging adulthood and the transition to parenthood. Report of the National Council on Family Relations (Family Focus on Transitioning to Parenthood), 56(2), F13-F15.

Reifman, A., Ro, H.-S., Barnes, G., & Feng, D. (2010). Drinking in youth ages 13-21 attending and not attending college. Journal of the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 22, 67-86.

Reifman, A., Colwell, M., & Arnett, J.J. (2008, March). Emerging adulthood and family studies. Report of the National Council on Family Relations (Family Focus on the Transition to Adulthood), 53(1), F3-F4, F18.

Reifman, A., Arnett, J.J., & Colwell, M.J. (2007, Summer). Emerging adulthood: Theory, assessment, and application. Journal of Youth Development [refereed electronic journal], 2(1). Available at: http://www.nae4ha.com/archives

Reifman, A., Watson, W.K., & McCourt, A. (2006). Social networks and college drinking: Probing processes of social influence and selection. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 820-832.

Reifman, A., & Watson, W.K. (2003). Binge drinking during the first semester of college: Continuation and desistance from high school patterns. Journal of American College Health, 52, 73-81.

Human Development and Family Studies