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We studied young adolescents' seeking out support to understand conflict with their co-resident fathers/stepfathers, and the cognitive and affective implications of such support-seeking, phenomena we call guided cognitive reframing. Our

We studied young adolescents' seeking out support to understand conflict with their co-resident fathers/stepfathers, and the cognitive and affective implications of such support-seeking, phenomena we call guided cognitive reframing. Our sample included 392 adolescents (M[subscript age] = 12.5, 52.3% female) who were either of Mexican or European ancestry and lived with their biological mothers and either a stepfather or a biological father. More frequent reframing was associated with more adaptive cognitive explanations for father/stepfather behavior.

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  • 2015-06-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1111/jora.12120
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      1050-8392
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      1532-7795
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    Cookston, Jeffrey T., Olide, Andres, Parke, Ross D., Fabricius, William V., Saenz, Delia S., & Braver, Sanford L. (2015). He Said What? Guided Cognitive Reframing About the Co-Resident Father/Stepfather-Adolescent Relationship. JOURNAL OF RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENCE, 25(2), 263-278. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jora.12120

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