Parental focus of attention in a videotape feedback task as a function of hypothesized risk for offspring schizophrenia.

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The families of 29 disturbed but nonpsychotic adolescents were observed in a structured task in which they discussed their reactions to viewing themselves interacting on videotape. Measures derived from the Singer-Wynne concenpt of transactional style deviance were applied to the parental behaviors and related to prior assessments of parental communication… (More)

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@article{Lieber1977ParentalFO, title={Parental focus of attention in a videotape feedback task as a function of hypothesized risk for offspring schizophrenia.}, author={Dillon J. Lieber}, journal={Family process}, year={1977}, volume={16 4}, pages={467-75} }