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Year Number of Results
1938 2
1939 1
1942 1
1945 67
1946 251
1947 208
1948 213
1949 243
1950 426
1951 441
1952 461
1953 472
1954 508
1955 536
1956 518
1957 516
1958 484
1959 546
1960 549
1961 559
1962 713
1963 917
1964 1197
1965 1036
1966 870
1967 1254
1968 1648
1969 1591
1970 1726
1971 1979
1972 2132
1973 2333
1974 2491
1975 2506
1976 2373
1977 2399
1978 2682
1979 2980
1980 2799
1981 3021
1982 3097
1983 3304
1984 3326
1985 3591
1986 3563
1987 3594
1988 3993
1989 4227
1990 4365
1991 4591
1992 4656
1993 4796
1994 4857
1995 4778
1996 4702
1997 5010
1998 4985
1999 5380
2000 5673
2001 5780
2002 5968
2003 6722
2004 7250
2005 8153
2006 8644
2007 9459
2008 10331
2009 11002
2010 12161
2011 12319
2012 13347
2013 14383
2014 15281
2015 15927
2016 15668
2017 16013
2018 15395
2019 6927
2020 78
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Children's dental fear and anxiety: exploring family related factors.
Wu L and Gao X. BMC Oral Health 2018. PMID 29866080 Free PMC article.
This study investigates the association between children's DFA and family related factors, including parents' DFA, parenting styles, family structure (nuclear or single-parent family), and presence of siblings. ...CONCLUSIONS: Family structure (nuclear or single-parent family) and presence of siblings are significant determinants for children's DFA. ...
This study investigates the association between children's DFA and family related factors, including parents' DFA, parenting styles, …
Place of family in recovery models for those with a mental illness.
Reupert A, et al. Int J Ment Health Nurs 2015 - Review. PMID 26279272
Nonetheless, how family roles and interactions are presented in recovery frameworks is unclear. This systematic review sought to: (i) identify how family is defined in recovery models, and (ii) synthesize how family relationships and roles are incorporated into recovery models for those with a mental illness. ...Family roles included being a (adult) child, parent, spouse and being part of a 'family'. Family interactions involved being passive recipients of family support, caring for elderly parents and children and reciprocal, give and take relationships. ...
Nonetheless, how family roles and interactions are presented in recovery frameworks is unclear. This systematic review sought to: (i) …
Fathering moderates the effects of maternal depression on the family process.
Vakrat A, et al. Dev Psychopathol 2018. PMID 28420452
Maternal depression negatively impacts children's development, yet few studies have focused on fathering and the family process in cases of maternal depression. ...Fathering moderated the effects of maternal depression on the family process. When fathers showed low sensitivity, high intrusiveness, and provided little opportunities for child social engagement, the family process was less cohesive, implying a decrease in the family's harmonious, warm, and collaborative style. ...
Maternal depression negatively impacts children's development, yet few studies have focused on fathering and the family process in ca …
A Family Affair: Family Typologies of Problems and Midlife Well-Being.
Fingerman KL, et al. Gerontologist 2018. PMID 29029169 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: Latent profile analysis revealed four family typologies: (a) lowest problems across generations (n = 364), (b) offspring and midlife adult moderate problems, parent high physical problems and disability (n = 165), (c) offspring and parent moderate problems (n = 90), and (d) offspring highest problems (n = 14). ...
RESULTS: Latent profile analysis revealed four family typologies: (a) lowest problems across generations (n = 364), (b) offspring and …
Applying Within-Family Differences Approaches to Enhance Understanding of the Complexity of Intergenerational Relations.
Suitor JJ, et al. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2017. PMID 28549186 Free PMC article.
METHOD: Following a review of the conceptual underpinnings of within-family differences approaches, we provide empirical illustrations of these approaches from three projects conducted in the United States: the Family Exchanges Study (FES), the Longitudinal Study of Generations (LSOG), and the Within-Family Differences Study (WFDS). RESULTS: Analyses from the FES, LSOG, and WFDS reveal differences in the consequences of patterns of intergenerational relations found when using within-family compared to between-family approaches. ...
METHOD: Following a review of the conceptual underpinnings of within-family differences approaches, we provide empirical illustration …
Development in the family.
Parke RD. Annu Rev Psychol 2004 - Review. PMID 14744220
Recent work on the family as a unit of analysis is reviewed as well. Several determinants of family socialization strategies are noted, including child and parental characteristics and resources and social capital available to families. ...Future trends in family research are noted, including the role of genetics, the biological correlates of family processes, the role of intervention and prevention designs in family research, and the importance of process work on ethnicity-oriented family research....
Recent work on the family as a unit of analysis is reviewed as well. Several determinants of family socialization strategies a …
Parent-offspring conflict over family size in current China.
Liu J, et al. Am J Hum Biol 2017. PMID 28054420
OBJECTIVES: In China, the recent replacement of the one-child policy with a two-child policy could potentially change family ecology-parents may switch investment from exclusively one child to two. ...We tested the hypotheses that if there is any opposition, it will differ between sexes, weaken with offspring age and family resource availability, and affect maternal reproductive decision-making. ...
OBJECTIVES: In China, the recent replacement of the one-child policy with a two-child policy could potentially change family ecology- …
How do post-divorce paternal and maternal family trajectories relate to adolescents' subjective well-being?
Bastaits K, et al. J Adolesc 2018. PMID 29438875
Recently, interest has shifted towards the cumulative effects of the various family transitions experienced by children. To contribute to this literature, we investigate the relationship of maternal and paternal family trajectories following divorce with adolescents' well-being by analyzing two dyadic subsamples of the 'Divorce in Flanders' study: mothers-adolescents (n = 515) and fathers-adolescents (n = 365). ...
Recently, interest has shifted towards the cumulative effects of the various family transitions experienced by children. To contribut …
Dining with dad: Fathers' influences on family food practices.
Fielding-Singh P. Appetite 2017. PMID 28629930
Scholars have documented multiple influences on family food practices. This article examines an overlooked contributor to family diet: fathers. ...Fathers not only do little foodwork; they are also viewed as less concerned about their own and other family members' dietary health. ...
Scholars have documented multiple influences on family food practices. This article examines an overlooked contributor to family
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