Exploring the promise of assessing dynamic characteristics of the family for predicting adolescent risk outcomes.

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Summary of "Exploring the promise of assessing dynamic characteristics of the family for predicting adolescent risk outcomes."

Family-based assessments of risk factors for adolescent emotional, behavioral, and substance use problems can be used to identify adolescents who are at risk and intervene before problems cause clinically significant impairment. Expanding traditional methods for assessing risk, this study evaluates whether lability, referring to the degree to which parent-adolescent relationships and parenting fluctuate from day to day, might offer additional value to assessment protocols aimed at identifying precursor risk factors.


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Name: Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines
ISSN: 1469-7610


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