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Title Implications of parent-child boundary dissolution for developmental psychopathology : "who is the parent and who is the child?" / Patricia K. Kerig, editor
Published Binghamton, NY : Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, [2005]
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 297 pages) : illustrations
Series Journal of emotional abuse, 1092-6798 ; volume 5, number 2-4
Journal of emotional abuse ; volume 5, no. 2-4. 1092-6798
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; About the Contributors; Introduction: Contributions of the Investigation of Boundary Dissolution to the Understanding of Developmental Psychopathology and Family Process; Conceptual and Methological Issues; Revisiting the Construct of Boundary Dissolution: A Multidimensional Perspective; Conceptual and Clinical Dilemmas in Defining and Assessing Role Reversal in Young Child-Caregiver Relationships; Boundary Dissolution in The Family System
Is It Alienating Parenting, Role Reversal or Child Abuse? A Study of Children's Rejection of a Parent in Child Custody DisputesCultural Perspectives on Boundary Dissolution; Role of Filial Responsibility in the Post-War Adjustment of Bosnian Young Adolescents; Psychological Control, Maternal Emotion and Cognition, and Child Outcomes in Individualist and Collectivist Groups; Vulnerable Adults, Resourceful Children: Generational Boundary Dissolution as a Theme in Twentieth Century American Novels; Index
The Developmental and Adaptational Implications of Generational Boundary Dissolution: Findings from a Prospective, Longitudinal StudyAntecedents of Boundary Disturbances in Families with Young Children: Intergenerational Transmission and Parent-Infant Caregiving Patterns; Family Processes and Children's Representations of Parentification; Interparental Conflict as Intrusive Family Process; Boundary Dissolution in High Risk Families; Redefining the Parent-Child Relationship Following Divorce: Examining the Risk for Boundary Dissolution
Summary Gain a better understanding of parent-child boundaries and the mechanisms for their dissolutionThe breakdown of appropriate generational boundaries between parent and child can threaten the child's psychological development. Implications of Parent-Child Boundary Dissolution for Developmental Psychopathology: Who Is the Parent and Who Is the Child? explores this covert and oftentimes ignored form of emotional abuse, discussing in detail the various ways it can manifest. This revealing text comprehensively examines how the burden of meeting the emotional needs of the parent interfere
Notes "Implications of Parent-child boundary dissolution for developmental psychopathology: "Who is the parent and who is the child?" has been co-published simultaneously as Journal of emotional abuse, Volume 5, Numbers 2/3 and 4 2005."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Parent-Child Relations.
Psychology, Child.
Child psychopathology -- Research
Parent and child -- Research
Parenting -- Research
Child psychopathology -- Research.
MEDICAL -- Gynecology & Obstetrics.
Parent and child -- Research.
Parenting -- Research.
Form Electronic book
Author Kerig, Patricia.
ISBN 1315821087
OTHER TI Journal of emotional abuse.