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The existing literature suggests that maternal depressive mood state is related to child and adolescent functioning. In contrast, paternal depressive mood has been largely ignored. The purpose of this investigation was to examine the association between paternal depressive mood and early...
Although the concept of well-functioning, cross-generational boundaries is central to family systems theory, and clinical observations clearly point to the dysfunctional nature of families in which boundary violation/enmeshment behavior occurs, empirical investigation of this phenomenon is...
Intergenerational family systems theory hypothesizes that the quality of family relationships effects one’s psychological and health functioning. An explicit test of this multicausal model of health was made using structural equation analysis. Three-hundred and nineteen college students were...
Recent attempts to compare conceptual and empirical models of family assessment have met with mixed to disappointingly low levels of cross-model convergence, particularly in comparative research with Olson’s Circumplex Model. Some attempts to explain these findings, particularly the lack of...
Distressed and nondistressed spouses differ in their attributions or explanations for marital events. This study investigated whether the attributional patterns of distressed and nondistressed spouses are (a) unique to marriage or instead reflect a general attributional style used in the family,...
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