A longitudinal perspective on parent-child conflict and conflict resolution in youth with or without developmental disability

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Marquis, Willa;
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: Clinical psychology | developmental disability | longitudinal studies | observational methods | parent-child conflict | parent-child relationships | parenting

Parent-child conflict is associated with a range of negative socioemotional outcomes for youth, including mental health problems, poorer social functioning, and long-term detrimental effects on romantic partnerships and their own parenting practices. Little is known abo... View more
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