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A measure of parental stress in mothers with small children: dimensionality, stability and validity.
Self-reported parental stress was investigated in three samples of mothers with small children, using a Swedish version of the Parenting Stress Index (PSI). Dimensionality in experienced stress usingExpand
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Measurement of two social competence aspects in middle childhood.
The psychometric properties of a rating measure for parents and teachers for social competence, conceptualized as social skills and behaviors, were studied. The rating measure was constructed fromExpand
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Examining relations among attachment, religiosity, and new age spirituality using the Adult Attachment Interview.
This study was the first to examine relations between attachment and religion-spirituality in adults using a developmentally validated attachment assessment, the Adult Attachment Interview. SecurityExpand
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Early temperament and attachment as predictors of the Five Factor Model of personality
To increase our understanding of developmental aspects of the Five Factor Model (FFM) of personality, prospective relations from infant temperament and attachment security to the ‘Big Five’Expand
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Adolescent use of anabolic-androgenic steroids and relations to self-reports of social, personality and health aspects.
BACKGROUND Over the last decade adolescent males have been shown to use anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) in order to improve their sports performance and appearance, as well as in combination withExpand
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Parenting stress and external stressors as predictors of maternal ratings of child adjustment.
This study sought to disentangle the effects of different kinds of stress on maternal ratings of child externalizing and internalizing problems, social inhibition, and social competence, with aExpand
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Social referencing and mood modification in 1-year-olds
There has been a discussion in the literature about the processes involved in infant behavior regulation. In this study, social referencing and mood modification were contrasted by looking forExpand
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Prior participation in the strange situation and overstress jointly facilitate disorganized behaviours: implications for theory, research and practice
ABSTRACT We seek to understand why a relatively high percentage (39%; vs the meta-analytic average, 15–18%) of disorganized/disoriented (D) classifications has accrued in the low-risk UppsalaExpand
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Socio-emotional development: from infancy to young adulthood.
Results from the Uppsala Longitudinal Study (ULS), which started in 1985, are reported in two sections. The first section gives a summary of longitudinal data from infancy to middle childhood (age 9Expand
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Infant Looking Behavior in Ambiguous Situations: Social Referencing or Attachment Behavior?.
Abstract Is infant looking behavior in ambiguous situations best described in terms of information seeking (social referencing) or as attachment behavior? Twelve-month-old infants were assigned to 1Expand
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