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作者 Dangler, Kimberly L
書名 The emergence of internalizing disorders in children exposed to interparental conflict through the parent-child relationship
國際標準書號 9781267456915
book jacket
說明 157 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 73-11, Section: B, page:
Adviser: David W. Brokaw
Thesis (Psy.D.)--Azusa Pacific University, 2012
The ways that marital conflict contributes to poor adjustment in children through the parent-child relationship were discussed. Research in this area of study indicates that marital conflict affects the parent-child relationship through attachment problems and negative changes in parenting behaviors. Changes in the parent-child relationship have been shown to impact the development of children's healthy coping skills and can lead to internalizing problems such as depression and anxiety. Ways to help parents better manage their disagreements through adopting healthy conflict management strategies were discussed, as well as the importance of teaching children effective coping strategies. Mental health professionals need to be aware of the deleterious consequences of marital conflict to better serve children who develop an emotional disorder as a result of witnessing such conflicts
School code: 1323
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 73-11B
主題 Psychology, Developmental
Psychology, Clinical
Sociology, Individual and Family Studies
Alt Author Azusa Pacific University. Psychology
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