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Children's appraisals of maternal involvement in coping with diabetes: enhancing our understanding of adherence, metabolic control, and quality of life across adolescence.
OBJECTIVE To examine how children's appraisals of maternal involvement in coping with diabetes are associated with adherence, metabolic control, and quality of life across adolescence. METHODSExpand
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The role of autonomy and pubertal status in understanding age differences in maternal involvement in diabetes responsibility across adolescence.
OBJECTIVE To examine how autonomy and pubertal status explain age decreases in maternal involvement in type 1 diabetes management across adolescence, how they relate to metabolic control, and theExpand
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Collaborative coping and daily mood in couples dealing with prostate cancer.
Collaborative coping (i.e., spouses pooling resources and problem solving jointly) may be associated with better daily mood because of heightened perceptions of efficacy in coping with stressfulExpand
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Hardiness and stress moderation: a test of proposed mechanisms.
  • D. Wiebe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1991
High and low hardy male and female undergraduates completed an evaluative threat task that was manipulated to influence appraisals of the task in a manner consistent with hardiness theory. High hardyExpand
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Coping processes as mediators of the relationship between hardiness and health
Hardiness has been hypothesized to moderate the impact of stress on health by influencing coping responses, but little attention has been focused upon these associations. This study examined theExpand
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Health practices and hardiness as mediators in the stress-illness relationship.
Two stress and illness models that include the joint mediating effects of health practices and hardiness were tested prospectively over a 2-month period. At the beginning of one academic quarter, 60Expand
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Parental involvement and adolescents' diabetes management: the mediating role of self-efficacy and externalizing and internalizing behaviors.
OBJECTIVE To examine mediating processes linking parental involvement to diabetes management (adherence and metabolic control) during adolescence. METHODS A total of 252 young adolescents (M age =Expand
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The social context of managing diabetes across the life span.
Diabetes self-management is crucial to maintaining quality of life and preventing long-term complications, and it occurs daily in the context of close interpersonal relationships. This articleExpand
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Maternal parenting style and adjustment in adolescents with type I diabetes.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the cross-sectional relationship between maternal parenting style and indicators of well-being among adolescents with diabetes. METHODS Seventy-eight adolescents (agesExpand
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Parent-adolescent discrepancies in adolescents' competence and the balance of adolescent autonomy and adolescent and parent well-being in the context of Type 1 diabetes.
This study examined whether intrafamily discrepancies in perceptions of the adolescent's competence and independence were associated with autonomy and well-being for adolescents and parents. The waysExpand
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