Parental warmth during childhood predicts coping and well-being in adulthood.


Numerous studies have shown that early life experiences can affect well-being later in life. Additionally, previous literature has emphasized the importance of exploring the role of mediators in developmental research (e.g., coping strategies). The present study used 3 waves of longitudinal data across 20 years from the national survey Midlife Development… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/fam0000401


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