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In this longitudinal study, we examined identity development using the life story model (McAdams, 2001) , in addition to a traditional identity status approach, in order to explore the association between perceived parenting in adolescence and the subsequent quality of life story narration in emerging adulthood. Participants (N ϭ 100) were given a battery of questionnaires at ages 17 and 26 years and were asked to narrate a story at age 26 about their most difficult life experience. Low pointdoi:10.1037/a0017360 pmid:19899912 fatcat:o3gnay2qknb4jhtcnrt24filty