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Among patients with severe mental illness attending a large, urban, outpatient mental health clinic, fathers are described and compared with nonfathers and with mothers on demographic, clinical, and child-related characteristics, and on resources and service needs. While fathers and nonfathers...
Responses of biological children to the adoption of a sibling during latency, adolescence, and young adulthood are described. Case vignettes are presented, underlying dynamics are discussed, and a framework for understanding children's behavior is suggested. Reactions of peer groups of...
This study uses structural equation models to describe how objective neighborhood, perceived neighborhood, and environmental support predict mental health; 792 adolescents responded to highly structured interviews. The effect of objective environment on mental health was mediated through its...
Level of exposure to severe psychosocial stressors was assessed among homeless children in emergency family shelters in an urban locale. The relationship between such exposure and child mental health problems was then investigated, along with the effects of adult family social support....
Findings from a community study of parentally bereaved children demonstrate that forewarning of death is not associated with more favorable mental health outcomes than is sudden death of a parent. The applicability of the of the general anticipatory grief literature to the circumstances of...
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