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Revisiting the Concept of Adaptive Familial Roles and Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA): Forty Years Later
The term adult children of alcoholics (ACOAs) refers to adults who have grown up in a home with at least one alcoholic parent. ACOAs have often been studied as a homogenous group without examining type of family dysfunction. ...
Relationship-Focused Intervention for Substance-Involved Women and Their Children
Children of substance-using mothers experience both internal and external barriers to optimal development and mental health. High quality caregiving is protective for these children; however, substance-using women may ...
Examining the Relationship Between Parental Cognitions and Parenting Behaviours Among European Canadian and Chinese Canadian Mothers
Several studies have indicated the importance of examining the role of parental attributions and parenting self-efficacy in influencing quality of parenting. However, the relationship between these parent cognitions, beliefs ...