Changes in marital conflict and youths' responses across childhood and adolescence: a test of sensitization.


Although the sensitization hypothesis is fundamental to process-oriented explanations of the effects of marital conflict on children, few longitudinal tests of the theory's propositions have been conducted. Hierarchical linear modeling was used in this prospective, longitudinal study (n = 297 families) to assess changes in the dimensions of responding to… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0954579412000995


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