Journal of Child and Family Studies
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#1Franziska Köhler-Dauner (University of Ulm)H-Index: 2
#2Anna BuchheimH-Index: 29
Last. Jörg M. Fegert (University of Ulm)H-Index: 47
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The social distancing measures and the related closure of education institutions have confronted young families, in particular, with various challenges. Additional risk factors such as an insecure or even unresolved maternal attachment representation may affect mental health of mothers and their children in times of increased stress such as during the ongoing pandemic. We aimed to analyze the interplay between maternal attachment representation and mother's and children's mental health before an...
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#1Gudlaug Marion Mitchison (University of Iceland)H-Index: 2
#2Juliette M. Liber (Utrecht University)H-Index: 10
Last. Urdur Njardvik (University of Iceland)H-Index: 9
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Informant discrepancies are commonly observed in assessment of children but there is a lack of studies evaluating such discrepancies for oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) dimensions and emotion dysregulation. Additionally, gender differences in relation to this topic have also received little attention. The goal of the current study was to examine how parents and teachers differ in their reports on ODD dimensions and emotion dysregulation. Using repeated measures, the first in preschool and th...
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#1Faramarz Asanjarani (UI: University of Isfahan)H-Index: 5
#2Mengyu M. Gao (UU: University of Utah)H-Index: 5
Last. E. Mark Cummings (University of Notre Dame)H-Index: 99
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Although a considerable body of research has indicated that interparental conflict and divorce are risk factors for adolescents’ adjustment problems, few studies have examined the implications for adolescent adjustment in Iranian society. In the US, emotional insecurity, which describes children’s feelings of vulnerability within the family, and parents’ depressive symptoms, have been identified as possible explanatory processes for why interparental conflict is related to adolescents’ adjustmen...
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#1Jelena ZumbachH-Index: 3
#2Anna OsterH-Index: 1
Last. Ute Koglin (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg)H-Index: 16
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Performing child maltreatment risk assessments is a challenging task that calls for valid and reliable measures. In child protection proceedings, mental health professionals conduct maltreatment assessments that often form an important basis for judicial decision making. Because parent–child interaction is a key construct in maltreatment risk evaluations, observational assessment measures are crucial. This systematic review aims to identify observational coding systems of parent–child interactio...
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In the present digital age, intrafamilial dynamics and adolescents’ support of their parents in media use (technical brokering, Katz, 2010) are increasing in attention. However, the significance of migration-specific processes in adolescents’ technical brokering is less understood. In immigrant families, adolescents’ technical brokering may help families in adapting to the host culture and in keeping contact with friends and family abroad. This study investigated differences in the level of tech...
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#1Kai Sun (SU: Syracuse University)
#2Matthew K. Mulvaney (SU: Syracuse University)H-Index: 6
The purpose of this research was to identify mechanisms by which cultural cognitions were linked to parenting cognitions and practices in acculturating Chinese communities in the United States. In particular, parenting cognitions (sense of investment and parental satisfaction) were examined in relation to Chinese-American mothers’ cultural cognitions (Chinese and U.S. cultural orientation and both individualism and collectivism) and their role involvement and time involvement with their children...
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#1Zhenhua Li (Guangzhou University)
#2Chengfu Yu (Guangzhou University)H-Index: 10
Last. Qing-Qi Liu (Guangzhou University)H-Index: 13
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Numerous studies have indicated an association between parental corporal punishment and aggressive adolescent behavior. However, there is a significant gap in the knowledge of the underlying processes responsible for this association. This study aimed to examine the potential mediators that connect parental corporal punishment with aggressive behavior and moderators that exacerbate or attenuate this direct/indirect association. A sample of 3180 Chinese students (52.52% males, mean age = 14.93 ye...
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#1Emily P Wilton (KSU: Kent State University)H-Index: 1
#2Theresa R Gladstone (KSU: Kent State University)
Last. Christopher A. Flessner (KSU: Kent State University)H-Index: 11
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Parent characteristics and behavior are known to impact child development. Anxiogenic parenting practices, in particular, have been hypothesized to contribute to the development and/or maintenance of child anxiety and related problems. The most widely studied anxiogenic parenting practice, accommodation, has been defined as a parent’s involvement in their child’s symptomology (i.e., excessive reassurance, changing family routines, assisting in avoidance). Recent literature has also examined the ...
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