Interparental Conflict and Risk Behaviors Among Mexican American Adolescents: A Cognitive-Emotional Model

@article{Tschann2002InterparentalCA,
  title={Interparental Conflict and Risk Behaviors Among Mexican American Adolescents: A Cognitive-Emotional Model},
  author={Jeanne M. Tschann and Elena Flores and B{\'a}rbara VanOss Mar{\'i}n and Lauri A. Pasch and E. Marco Baisch and Charles J. Wibbelsman},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={30},
  pages={373-385}
}
This study used a cognitive-emotional model to examine the relations between multiple dimensions of interparental conflict and health risk behaviors among young adolescents. Participants were 151 Mexican American adolescents and their parents. At initial individual interviews, parents reported on conflict with their spouses, and adolescents reported on their parents' conflict, their appraisals of the conflict, their emotional distress, and their acculturation level. At 6-month follow-ups… CONTINUE READING

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