1998
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Abstract: Belsky, Steinberg, and Draper (1991) predicted that early childhood stress or conflict in the family environment would be associated with childhood behavioural symptoms, early puberty, and early, less discriminate reproductive behaviour. A cross-sectional self-report survey of childhood family life and adolescent development was carried out with 357 university students aged 18 to 24 from Toronto, Canada. In women, earlier menarche was associated with more parental marital conflict in early childhood (birth to … Show more

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“…These included three studies in which the effect of interest was not tested or reported (Joinson, Heron, Lewis, Croudace, and Araya, 2011;Kim et al, 1997;Vigil et al, 2005). These also included two more studies that reported non-significant effects but not effect sizes (Kim and Smith, 1998;Mekos et al, 1992); however, because sample sizes were reported (see Ellis, 2004, for a review of Mekos et al, 1992), a range of possible non-significant effect sizes could be assumed, and these were used in the publication bias analyses covered in the Results section.…”
Section: Father Absence and Menarchementioning
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“…These included three studies in which the effect of interest was not tested or reported (Joinson, Heron, Lewis, Croudace, and Araya, 2011;Kim et al, 1997;Vigil et al, 2005). These also included two more studies that reported non-significant effects but not effect sizes (Kim and Smith, 1998;Mekos et al, 1992); however, because sample sizes were reported (see Ellis, 2004, for a review of Mekos et al, 1992), a range of possible non-significant effect sizes could be assumed, and these were used in the publication bias analyses covered in the Results section.…”
Section: Father Absence and Menarchementioning
“…Over the past 20 years, psychosocial acceleration theory has inspired a great deal of studies; some have provided mixed empirical results (e.g., Kim and Smith, 1998;Mekos, Hetherington, and Clingempeel, 1992), but most have been supportive (Ellis, 2004;Susman and Dorn, 2009). To help resolve this discrepancy quantitatively, we conducted a meta-…”
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“…Age at menarche (i.e., the age at which a girl experiences her first menstrual period) is the most wellestablished marker of individual differences in fast-slow strategies at the biological level (see Belsky, Steinberg, & Draper, 1991;Chisholm, 1999;Ellis, 2004Ellis, , 2005Kim & Smith, 1998;Kim, Smith, & Palermiti, 1997;Udry, 1979). Consistent with following a faster, short-term mating strategy, girls who experience puberty earlier tend to have sex at an earlier age and have more sexual partners (Flannery, Rowe, & Gulley, 1993;Furstenberg, BrooksGunn, & Chase-Lansdale, 1989;Luster & Mittelstaedt, 1993;Udry, 1979), and they also show a stronger preference for masculine men (Jones, Boothroyd, Feinberg, & DeBruine, 2010).…”
Section: Study 3: Ovulatory Perceptual Shifts and Pubertal Timingmentioning