The relationship of interparental conflict and global marital adjustment to aggression, anxiety, and immaturity in aggressive and nonclinic children

@article{Dadds1991TheRO,
  title={The relationship of interparental conflict and global marital adjustment to aggression, anxiety, and immaturity in aggressive and nonclinic children},
  author={Mark. R. Dadds and Martha Bauder Powell},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={1991},
  volume={19},
  pages={553-567}
}
Although there is agreement that marital problems are associated either directly or indirectly with particular child behavior problems, there is disagreement about the types of marital conflict associated with these problems and the differential effects on boys and girls in clinic and nonclinic samples. We examined the relationships among mothers' ratings of marital adjustment, parenting disagreements, and three child problem factors (aggression, anxiety, and immaturity) after the child's age… CONTINUE READING
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