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Interparental Conflict and Child Development Theory, Research, and Applications

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ISBN-10: 0521651425

ISBN-13: 9780521651424

Edition: 2001

Authors: John H. Grych, Frank D. Fincham

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Emphasising developmental and family systems perspectives, this text explores a range of issues, including how exposure to conflict may lead to child maladjustment, and the role of gender and ethnicity in understanding the effects of conflict.
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Book details

List price: $119.99
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 3/19/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 492
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

Frank D. Fincham, Department of Psychology, Park Hall, SUNY at Buffalo, NY

Conceptual issues in understanding the relation between interparental conflict and child adjustment
The study of relations between marital conflict and child adjustment
Does gender moderate the effects of marital conflict on children?
Ethnic minority status, interparental conflict, and child adjustment
Basic/Psychological Processes
The role of emotion and emotional regulation in children's responses to interparental conflict
Understanding the impact of interparental conflict on children
Psychological processes as mediators of the impact of marital conflict on children
Children's coping with interparental conflict
Family and Peer Contexts
Interparental conflict and parent-child relationships
Sibling relationships and interparental conflict
Domestic violence and child adjustment
When conflict continues after the marriage ends
Marital conflict in stepfamilies
Clinical prevention and remediation of child adjustment problems
Interparental conflict and social policy
Future Directions
Advancing understanding of the association between interparental conflict and child development
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