Written in English
|Statement||by Scott Nelson Jones|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 136 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||136|
A model of household dietary behaviors based on adults’ and children’s intrapersonal, interpersonal, and communicative factors is introduced and tested. To the extent that children’s health behaviors are influenced by adults’ health behaviors, it is hypothesized that children’s behavioral determinants, including self-efficacy, knowledge, Cited by: interpersonal stress and parenting on youth depression in turn are at least partially mediated by their effects on the children’s own interpersonal difficulties, which are the proximal predictors of depression. Thus, the purpose of the present study was to test an intergen-erational transmission model of depression, linking the depression. Self-regulation of attentive behavior involves inter-related aspects of executive function (EF) including attention, inhibitory control, and working memory. Individual differences in EF skills develop in systematic ways over childhood, resulting in moderately stable differences between people by early by: The mediating influence of interpersonal problems on the intergenerational transmission of relationship aggression Article in Personal Relationships 7(2) - June with 10 Reads.
Intergenerational Model of Violence. Langhinrichsen-Rohling () highlighted the top 10 most important research findings and future directions in the IPV field to date, and contained within this list was furthering the understanding of the intergenerational transmission (IGT) of violence. Due to the theoretical importance of the IGT of violence, witnessing interparental violence in the Cited by: was reduced. Transmission was less from G1 females to G2 males, and from G2 males to G3 females. There was little evidence of intergenerational transmission from G1 to G3, except from grandmothers to granddaughters. Conclusions The intergenerational transmission of offending may be mediated by family, socio-economic and individual risk factors. Abstract. This chapter is devoted to exploring the risk factors associated with ITCM. Relying on empirical studies about child maltreatment and ITCM, this chapter highlights several risk factors of ITCM, including individual characteristics related to the parents (e.g., substance abuse, mental health, and early parenting) and child (e.g., disability), family circumstances (e.g., family Cited by: 1. Mental Model: Intergenerational Transmission and What It Has to Do With Adrian Peterson Beating His Child. A huge percentage of the people in this community are fans of the mental model concept – ideas, like tools, that can be used to analyze, study, and understand both why and how something is happening – made popular by Charles Munger.
From foremost scientist-practitioners, the book is organized within a developmental psychopathology framework that elucidates the factors that put certain children at risk and what can be done to help. Proven intervention models are discussed in step-by-step detail, 5/5(1). the intergenerational transmission of problem behaviors. First, research regarding genetic and environmental influences on the intergenerational transmission of problem behavior are be addressed. Second, recent studies and theory supporting the intergenerational transmission of parenting behavior are reviewed. Third, research. Cathy Spatz Widom; As someone who has been struggling with the challenges of conducting research in the field of child maltreatment for almost 30 years, I believe there is more awareness of the barriers preventing greater forward movement in understanding the causes of maltreatment and, in particular, the intergenerational transmission of child by: 7. interpersonal communication takes two people means that it is indivisible. Without the second person, interpersonal communication is impossible. Thus, the parties to interpersonal communication are a duo: a couple, a pair, or perhaps adversaries. From an interpersonal.