Family Communication

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Subject Index

A
ABC-X model of family stress, 210–213
Abuse adaptability, 350, 355 childhood sexual abuse, 354–359 cohesion, 350, 355 conflict and, 350–351, 357 consequences of, 352–354, 357–358 definitions, 348 intergenerational transmission of, 354 isolation, 356 parenting practices, 167, 350, 356 physical child, 305, 349–354 revictimization, 358 role confusion and role reversal, 356 spousal, 353 social cognition theories, 352 stress and coping, 351–352 See also Eating disorders, Family systems theory, Sexual behavior, Social learning theory, Substance abuse
Active listening, 143
Adult children, 202
Analog codes, 15
Adaptability, 17–18, 218, 294 See also Abuse, Eating disorders, Olson's circumplex model, Substance abuse
Affectionless control, 305, 314, 335, 350
Alcoholism children of alcoholics, 321–322 description, 317–318 episodic vs. steady drinking, 319, 320 family alcohol phase model, 319 family rituals and, 62 in home vs. out of home drinking, 321 marital interaction and, 319–321 See also Inconsistent Nurturing as Control theory
Allostasis, 333
Assertive matching, 109–112 See also Mate selection
Attachment theory, 41–45, 106, 352, 364
Attitude similarity See Mate selection
Attractiveness See mate selection
Attributions, 146
Autonomy, 46

B
Behavioral contracting, 386
Behavioral control, 163, 166–169
Behavioral parent training, 383–385
Behavioral therapy See Cognitive-behavioral therapy
Binuclear family, 7
Biobehavioral family model, 333
Boundaries, 29, 216, 387

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