Positive and Negative Effects of Parental Conflicts on Children’s Condition and Behaviour

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Joëlle Barthassat; (2014)
  • Publisher: European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations
  • Journal: Journal of European Psychology Students (issn: 2222-6931, eissn: 2222-6931)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5334/jeps.bm
  • Subject: effects | negative | condition | Neurosciences. Biological psychiatry. Neuropsychiatry | Psychology | parental conflict; effects; positive; negative; child; condition; behaviour | RC321-571 | BF1-990 | behaviour | parental conflict | positive | child

<p class="p1">Previous research focused on the negative consequences of parental conflict behaviours. In contrast, this review is about the positive and negative effects that constructive and destructive parental conflict behaviours have on a child’s condition and behav... View more
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