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Record identifier : 568596
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Ridgeway, Brenda L
Title and statement of responsibility : A meta-analysis of one versus two-parent psychopathology and the implications for child attachment and self-regulation in infancy through adolescence [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Walden University, 2009
Language of the Item : eng
Body granting the degree : Walden University
Summary or Abstract : According to research from the perspective of attachment theory, parental psychopathology influences early child development and is important because of the potential risks for subsequent child psychopathology. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the influence of combined parental psychopathology can cause greater frequency in the occurrence of insecure child attachment and dysfunctions in self-regulation as opposed to the influence of one parent psychopathology. This study's research questions summarize differences in effects for insecure child attachment and dysfunctions in self-regulation when raised by one versus two disordered parents and thus, an aggregation of effects across studies clarified the increased risk. The research design is a quantitative meta-analysis that combined effects from 10 studies to establish differences in the frequency of occurrence for insecure child attachment and dysfunctions in self-regulation through an examination of Cohen's d . The global analysis of Cohen's effect ( d ) indicated that children being reared by two disordered parents had higher frequency in occurrence of insecure attachment and self-regulation dysfunction than those children reared by only one disordered parent. By addressing the issues surrounding the child population where both parents are disordered, children would have a better chance at healthy development by way of interventions that minimize the occurrence of child psychopathology and foster improvements in our social and overall human condition, now and in the future.
Topical Name Used as Subject : Mental health, Developmental psychology, Personality psychology
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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