Family Transitions

By Philip A. Cowan; Mavis Hetherington | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Adolescence
development, 114-118
developmental precursors, 154-156
historical changes, 112-114
individuation, 120-124
role of parents, 118-126
effective parenting, 124-126
teenage parenthood, 39-42
transition to, see Transitions
Adolescent Q-Sort, 130-131
Adolescent Rating Scale, 130
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA), 89
Affect
and communication, 229-230
regulation, 15, 18
Alienation, 115-116
Amotivational Syndrome, 116
Antisocial behavior
across generations, 200-205
and parenting practices, 206-210
stress and transitions, 210-225
Attachment and adolescence, 120-121
Assumptive world, 14-15

B
Becoming a Family Project (BAF), 84- 104
five-domain structural model, 82-83
intervention, 99-103
long-term effects, 102-103
methods, 91-94
overview of the study, 81-82
results,
changes in marriage and other domains, 83-90
family system and child development, 94-99
Behavioral immunology, 59-60
Bereavement and health, 68-69

C
Caregiving for family members with
chronic illness, 61-62
mental illness, 62-63
progressive dementia, 63-66
Center for Epidemiological Studies of Depression Scale (CES-D), 86, 89, 94-95
Chaos theory of change in families
chaotic change, 253-261
energy set points, 255-257
origins, 264-269
regulated change, 248-253
inputs and outputs, 250-251
energy balance and homeostasis, 252-253
Child Adaptive Behavior Inventory (CABI), 93, 97-99
Cognitive dissonance theory, and transition to parenthood, 86
Communication
effective, 227-231
and successful transitions, 230-231
ineffective, and family climate, 231- 233

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