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January 19, 2015 1:34 PM | Anonymous

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.



Vanessa B.

 R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa Leme is full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa Leme is full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa Leme is full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa Leme is full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

Vanessa B. R. Leme

Vanessa B. R. Leme is the membership of the present TN. She is a full Professor of Developmental Psychology at the Postgraduate Programme Salgado de Oliveira University of Niterói (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). She researches family relations, social support, social skills and social competence of children, adolescents and young adults at social an personal risk using the Biological Theory of Human Development. Currently, she investigates relations among social skills, self-efficacy, intergenerational solidarity and demographic variables during the transition to adulthood. This study group is Brazilians from state of Rio de Janeiro between 18 and 29 years old from low and high SES. She and her working group are collecting and analyzing data and soon will be able to present our results.

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