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Moderation model depicting the influence of new friendships made on the relationship between self-esteem at Time 1 and at Time 2. A posthoc linear regression found changes in self-esteem predicted changes in depressive symptoms (unstandardized residualized change scores) during virtual camp (b = −.63, SE = .31, p = .050, 95% CI = [−1.26, .001]).

Moderation model depicting the influence of new friendships made on the relationship between self-esteem at Time 1 and at Time 2. A posthoc linear regression found changes in self-esteem predicted changes in depressive symptoms (unstandardized residualized change scores) during virtual camp (b = −.63, SE = .31, p = .050, 95% CI = [−1.26, .001]).

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The COVID-19 pandemic prompted school closures across the United States, removing important social support sources for many LGBTQ youths. The current research examines the collective coping of young LGBTQ people (majority transgender/nonbinary) who participated in the first known virtual camp program for pandemic-affected youths. In Study 1, in-dep...

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... repeated measures analysis of variance was conducted to assess Hypothesis 1 (H1a-d). where LGBTQ identity is celebrated, finding grounding through synchrony, and filling unscheduled time. ...