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Resilience and Vulnerability to Daily Stressors Assessed via Diary Methods
Stressors encountered in daily life, such as family arguments or work deadlines, may play an important role in individual health and well-being. This article presents a framework for understandingExpand
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Emotional Transmission in the Daily Lives of Families: A New Paradigm for Studying Family Process
This collection of articles brings together studies that examine the transmission of emotions between family members. All studies employ repeated diary or experience-sampling data to examine dailyExpand
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Parents do matter: trajectories of change in externalizing and internalizing problems in early adolescence.
This study examined the relative influence of three parenting behaviors (support, behavioral control, and psychological control) and deviant peers on trajectories of externalizing and internalizingExpand
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Maternal Cortisol Levels and Behavior Problems in Adolescents and Adults with ASD
Using daily diary methods, mothers of adolescents and adults with ASD (n = 86) were contrasted with a nationally representative comparison group of mothers of similarly-aged unaffected children (n =Expand
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Age differences in exposure and reactions to interpersonal tensions: a daily diary study.
This study examines age differences in exposure and reactivity to interpersonal tensions. The data are from the National Study of Daily Experiences in which participants ages 25 to 74 (N = 666)Expand
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Daily Experiences Among Mothers of Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
In the present study, 96 co-residing mothers of adolescents and adults with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) participated in an 8-day diary study and reported on their daily experiences. InExpand
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Work–Family Spillover and Daily Reports of Work and Family Stress in the Adult Labor Force†
Work–family research employing nationally representative samples and multiple methods of data collection is uncommon. We used data from two affiliated national surveys to examine the distribution ofExpand
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The effect of daily stress, personality, and age on daily negative affect.
The current study examined whether stress reactivity becomes stronger or weaker with age. Daily stress and daily negative affect were modeled using 1,012 subjects from the National Study of DailyExpand
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The Daily Inventory of Stressful Events
This study introduces the Daily Inventory of Stressful Events (DISE), an interview-based approach to the measurement of multiple aspects of daily stressors through daily telephone interviews. Using aExpand
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Daily Transmission of Tensions between Marital Dyads and Parent-Child Dyads
This study examines how tension is transmitted between the marital dyad and the parent-child dyad on a day-to-day basis and explores how stable and changing aspects of the family moderate thisExpand
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