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Investigation of patterns of mother-child affect across three caregiving groups indicated that both adolescent and adult high-social-risk mothers showed less individual positive affect than did adult low-social-risk mothers. High-social-risk adolescent mothers also showed more individual negative...
Psychological distress scores of 21 eating-disordered (ED) women and their husbands were compared with those of two matched groups of 21 maritally distressed (MD) and 21 maritally nondistressed (ND) control groups. In contrast to previous clinical reports, ED husbands in the present group did not...
Interviews with 184 adolescents revealed that all had consulted at least one individual before obtaining an abortion, although one-quarter, primarily the older adolescents, did not consult an adult prior to pregnancy counseling. At both the time of the abortion and one year later, the adolescents...