alexa Positive parenting as a protective resource for parentally bereaved children.
Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior

Author(s): Haine RA, Wolchik SA, Sandler IN, Millsap RE, Ayers TS

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Positive parenting was examined as a protective resource against the adverse effects of negative life events on parentally bereaved children's mental health problems. The sample consisted of 313 recently bereaved children ages 8 to 16 and their current caregiver. Both the compensatory (direct effect independent of negative life events) and the stress-buffer (interactive effect with negative life events) protective resource models were examined and child gender was explored as a moderator of both models. Results revealed evidence for the compensatory protective resource model for both child and caregiver reports of mental health problems. No evidence of the stress-buffer model or child gender as a moderator was found. Implications for the understanding of children's responses to the death of a parent and the development and implementation of preventive interventions are discussed.

This article was published in Death Stud. and referenced in Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior

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