Emerging Adulthood

Emerging Adulthood (EA) is the flagship journal of SSEA published by SAGE. It is an interdisciplinary and international journal for advancements in theory, methodology, and empirical research on development and adaptation during the late teens and twenties. It covers clinical, developmental and social psychology, and other social sciences. The journal seeks manuscripts that advance basic and applied knowledge of normative and atypical development during emerging adulthood, in addition to other topics.

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Charleston, South Carolina, USA skyline over the Ashley River.

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Cultivating Student Success

The last book of the Emerging Adulthood Series published by Oxford University Press and sponsored by SSEA is Cultivating Student Success. The book’s editors are Tisha A. Duncan and Allison A. Buskirk-Cohen. Higher education in the United States is facing a critical juncture. Tuition costs are rising, while measures of success are declining. Students struggle to meet the most basic academic requirements, barely passing their courses, while others battle physical and mental health difficulties that profoundly impact their ability to do well in college. This book responds to these challenges, offering a holistic collection of practices to guide those working[…]