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This study examined the mediating role of children's self-reported appraisals in the relation between interparental conflict intensity and child adjustment. Both parent-reported and child-reported conflict intensity were used as predictor

This study examined the mediating role of children's self-reported appraisals in the relation between interparental conflict intensity and child adjustment. Both parent-reported and child-reported conflict intensity were used as predictor variables. Findings suggested that children's total appraisals mediated the relationship between child-reported conflict intensity and all four outcome variables (conduct disorder, depression, anxiety, and total adjustment).

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    • 2014
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    • Partial requirement for: Ph. D., Arizona State University, 2014
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    • Includes bibliographical references (p. 116-132)
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    • Field of study: Educational psychology

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    by Rachelle Beard

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