Ethnicity, expressed emotion, attributions, and course of schizophrenia: family warmth matters.

  title={Ethnicity, expressed emotion, attributions, and course of schizophrenia: family warmth matters.},
  author={Steven Regeser L{\'o}pez and Kathleen Nelson Hipke and Antonio J. Polo and Janis Hunter Jenkins and Marvin Karno and Christine Vaughn and Karen S Snyder},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  volume={113 3},
The authors examined the role of family factors and the course of schizophrenia by carrying out additional assessments and analyses in 2 previously published studies of Mexican American and Anglo American patients and families. The authors found partial support for an attributional model of relapse for families who are low in emotional overinvolvement. Attributions of control, criticism, and warmth together marginally predicted relapse. The data also indicated that for Mexican Americans, family… CONTINUE READING
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