Factor structure and psychometric properties of a brief measure of dysfunctional individuation.

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Individuation is widely considered a fundamental developmental task of adolescence. It is a process through which the adolescent seeks to define new boundaries between his or her self and others, and the failure to do so has been shown to have serious consequences. Given its importance for understanding developmental transitions, it is surprising that there… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1073191113517261

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@article{Stey2014FactorSA, title={Factor structure and psychometric properties of a brief measure of dysfunctional individuation.}, author={Paul C. Stey and Patrick Hill and Daniel K. Lapsley}, journal={Assessment}, year={2014}, volume={21 4}, pages={452-62} }