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Correction to: Examining the Interdependence of Parent-adolescent Acculturation Gaps on Acculturation-based Conflict: Using the Actor–Partner Interdependence Model

  • Meme Wang-Schweig
  • Brenda A. MillerEmail author
Correction

Correction to: Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2018)

 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-018-0948-9

The original version of this article unfortunately contained an alignment error in the tables. The corrected Tables 1 and 2 are presented with this erratum.
Table 1

Summary of correlations, means, and standard deviations for scores on adolescent and parent acculturation, cultural maintenance, and perceived acculturation-based conflict variables

Measure

1

2

3

4

5

6

M

SD

1. Adolescent acculturation

.02

.26**

−.02

0.04

−.24**

3.39

0.76

2. Adolescent cultural maintenance

 

.08

.07

−.11

−.29**

3.45

0.68

3. Parent acculturation

  

−.18*

−.30**

−.17*

2.74

0.63

4. Parent cultural maintenance

   

.07

.12

3.94

0.50

5. Adolescent perceived conflict

    

.16**

2.55

1.47

6. Parent perceived conflict

     

1.88

0.65

*p < .05, two-tailed; **p < .01, two-tailed

Table 2

Actor–partner interaction effects on perceived acculturation-based conflict (n = 187 dyads)

APIM parameters

β

S.E.

t

Acculturation

Actor × partner effects

−0.18*

0.09

−2.06

 Adolescent

−0.23

0.23

−0.99

 Parent

−0.03

0.10

−0.25

|Actor–partner| effects

0.21*

0.08

2.52

 Adolescent

0.54*

0.25

2.19

 Parent

0.00

0.11

−0.14

Cultural maintenance

Actor × partner effects

−0.51***

0.14

−3.56

 Adolescent

−0.97*

0.38

−2.58

 Parent

−0.33*

0.16

−2.06

|Actor–partner| effects

0.25*

0.10

2.58

 Adolescent

0.15

0.28

0.51

 Parent

0.12

0.12

0.98

Models adjusted for demographic variables, including age and gender of adolescent, age of parent, educational level of parent, household income, and time lived in the US since year of immigration

*p < .05; ***p < .001

The original article has been corrected.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Prevention Research Center/Pacific Institute for Research and EvaluationBerkeleyUSA

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