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We examined relations among perceived parenting practices (support and psychological control), attachment dimensions for romantic relationships (anxiety and avoidance) and exploration of the dating identity among actively dating adolescents in two high school aged samples.
In the all female sample of Study 1 (n = 653) and the gender balanced sample of Study 2 (n = 1003), parenting practices contributed to adolescent exploration of the dating identity.
Parent psychological control, but not parental support, also contributed to elevated feeling of avoidance and anxiety in romantic relationships.
Results indicated that young women were significantly more identity achieved than men in the friendship domain; no differences emerged in the dating domain.
The processes of interpersonal and vocational identity formation appeared to be more interrelated for females than males.