Journal of Child and Family Studies
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#1Erin B. Dulek (BGSU: Bowling Green State University)H-Index: 1
#2Sarah E. Russin (BGSU: Bowling Green State University)H-Index: 1
Last. Catherine H. Stein (BGSU: Bowling Green State University)H-Index: 21
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Although parents often provide care for adult children coping with serious mental illness, adult siblings are typically expected to assume caregiving responsibilities when parents are no longer able to do so. However, relatively little is known about how family relationships and adults’ own reactions to their sibling’s mental illness may relate to their intentions to provide future sibling care. The present study examined how adults’ reports of parental practical support and mutual emotional sup...
#2Raymond PerryH-Index: 5
Last. Paul J. ChungH-Index: 31
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With 2.3 million individuals incarcerated in the United States, incarceration remains a pressing social influence on health. While risk factors for incarceration are known, research has been slow to identify protective factors. Characterizing adolescent protective and risk factors for incarceration outcomes can inform interventions to prevent incarceration. Using survey data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, we tested the influence of adolescent risk and protect...
#1Lachlan KerleyH-Index: 2
#2Pamela MeredithH-Index: 21
Last. Jenny StrongH-Index: 37
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Effective parent functioning is a key predictor of functional outcomes for children with persistent pain. It is therefore important to identify factors that support or limit functioning in parents of these children. Child and parent attachment and child sensory processing patterns have been identified as risk-factors for parent functioning in healthy samples. Our study extends current research by examining whether parent and child attachment patterns and child sensory processing patterns are rel...
Previous research demonstrated that childhood trauma was associated with self-control deficit from adolescence to adulthood. However, the underlying mechanism was not well understood. The present study aimed to examine the mediating effect of depletion sensitivity on the association between childhood trauma and self-control. This study recruited a sample of 1415 college students from a large university in China. Participants completed three self-reported scales measuring their traumatic experien...
In this study, we investigated the relations between features of parent-child conversations (neutral talk, positive and negative in-dyad and out-dyad talk) and children’s social and physical aggression from ages 9–18. Participants were 297 youth (52% girls) of about 9 years old at Time 1 and their parent. Fifty-two percent of this United States sample identified as White, 20% Black, 20% Hispanic, 8% other races/ethnicities. One hundred eighty-seven parents participated in the parent-child observ...
#1Hannah R. Jones-Gordils (UR: University of Rochester)H-Index: 2
#2Melissa L. Sturge-Apple (UR: University of Rochester)H-Index: 32
Last. Patrick T. Davies (UR: University of Rochester)H-Index: 69
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Emerging conceptual frameworks identify executive functions as a potential explanatory variable in determinants of parenting, and a growing body of research has demonstrated associations between executive functions and parenting behaviors. Toward this end, the current study employs a process model investigating how maternal executive functions (working memory, inhibitory control, and set shifting) influence caregiving approaches to discipline, and how parental discipline is associated with child...
This study investigated Taiwanese middle school students’ perceptions of their parents’ rearing behaviors, examining the gender invariance of the students’ appraisals. First, we examined and revised the s-EMBU for Taiwanese middle school students. Second, multigroup analyses were conducted to confirm the measurement invariance between boys and girls. Finally, we investigated the associations between family socioeconomic status and students’ perceptions of their parental rearing behaviors. There ...
#2Pascal Mallet (University of Paris)H-Index: 6
Last. Magdalena A. ZdebikH-Index: 1
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Few studies have been carried out on emerging adults’ friendships and on their developmental roots. Research suggests that in adolescence, both attachment to parents and attachment to peers play a role in future socio-emotional development. The aim of the present study was to compare attachment in these two types of relationships in adolescence according to gender and test whether they respectively predicted the perception of best friendship in early adulthood. A sample of 83 participants (49 gi...
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