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Stress und Coping bei Eltern von Kindern mit externalisierenden Verhaltensauffälligkeiten, Down-Syndrom und angemessener Entwicklung: Welche Rolle spielt das dyadische Coping?


Gabriel, B; Zeender, N; Bodenmann, Guy (2005). Stress und Coping bei Eltern von Kindern mit externalisierenden Verhaltensauffälligkeiten, Down-Syndrom und angemessener Entwicklung: Welche Rolle spielt das dyadische Coping? Zeitschrift für klinische Psychologie, Psychiatrie Und Psychotherapie, 53(4):315-327.

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Background: Coping in parents with a higher stress level has been a neglected research topic so far. Method. Multivariate analyses of variance are computed to compare stress and coping between three groups of parents (N = 150) of a 6- to 14-year-old child (43 couples of a normally developed child, 53 parents of a child with Down syndrome and 54 parents of a child with externalizing behavior problems). Results: Parents of a child with Down syndrome reported more family related stress and stress with regard to social isolation, but reported also the highest scores of dyadic coping. Parents of a child with externalizing behavior problems perceived more parenting stress, psychological distress and a lack of dyadic coping. Conclusion: Dyadic coping reveals to be an important issue in parent's coping with daily hassles.

Abstract

Background: Coping in parents with a higher stress level has been a neglected research topic so far. Method. Multivariate analyses of variance are computed to compare stress and coping between three groups of parents (N = 150) of a 6- to 14-year-old child (43 couples of a normally developed child, 53 parents of a child with Down syndrome and 54 parents of a child with externalizing behavior problems). Results: Parents of a child with Down syndrome reported more family related stress and stress with regard to social isolation, but reported also the highest scores of dyadic coping. Parents of a child with externalizing behavior problems perceived more parenting stress, psychological distress and a lack of dyadic coping. Conclusion: Dyadic coping reveals to be an important issue in parent's coping with daily hassles.

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Other titles:Stress and coping in parents of children with conduct problems, Down syndrome and normal development: What's the role of dyadic coping?
Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Psychology
Dewey Decimal Classification:150 Psychology
Language:German
Date:2005
Deposited On:23 Jul 2012 09:29
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 15:54
Publisher:Huber
ISSN:0723-6557
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