A path modeling approach to understanding family conflict: reciprocal patterns of parent coercion and adolescent avoidance.

@article{Saxbe2014APM,
  title={A path modeling approach to understanding family conflict: reciprocal patterns of parent coercion and adolescent avoidance.},
  author={Darby E Saxbe and Michelle R Ramos and Adele C Timmons and Aubrey R Rodriguez and Gayla Margolin},
  journal={Journal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={
          415-20
        }
}
Conflict between parents and adolescents involves reciprocal exchanges in which family members influence and shape each other's behavior. This study uses multilevel path analysis to examine interrelations in observed behavior during 15-min conflict discussions conducted by 103 family triads, looking specifically at parent coercive and youth avoidant behaviors. We also explore the moderating roles of parents' past aggressive family conflict behavior on parents' responses to youth behavior… CONTINUE READING

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