Extending the Intergenerational Stake Hypothesis: Evidence of an Intraindividual Stake and Implications for Well-Being.

@article{Birditt2015ExtendingTI,
  title={Extending the Intergenerational Stake Hypothesis: Evidence of an Intraindividual Stake and Implications for Well-Being.},
  author={Kira S. Birditt and Caroline Sten Hartnett and Karen Lee Fingerman and Steven Howard Zarit and Toni C. Antonucci},
  journal={Journal of marriage and the family},
  year={2015},
  volume={77 4},
  pages={
          877-888
        }
}
The intergenerational stake hypothesis suggests that parents are more invested in their children and experience better quality parent-child ties than do their children. In this study the authors examined variation in reports of relationship quality regarding parents and children intraindividually (do people report better quality ties with their children than with their parents?) and whether within-person variations have implications for well-being. Participants age 40-60 (N = 633) reported on… CONTINUE READING
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