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Predictors of Adherence, Metabolic Control and Quality of Life in Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes [chapter]

M. Graca, A. Cristina, Liliana Rocha, Engracia Leandro
2011 Type 1 Diabetes - Complications, Pathogenesis, and Alternative Treatments  
behaviors in social environment and reorganization of meals.  ...  CHIP is a 45 items questionnaire that measures parents' response to management of family life when they have a child who is seriously and/or chronically ill.  ... 
doi:10.5772/24042 fatcat:afqjrjxv7fholkjd5mlpatl5jq

Mealtime Behavior and Parent-Child Interaction: A Comparison of Children with Feeding Problems, and Nonclinic Controls

Matthew R. Sanders, Karen M. T. Turner, Clare R. Wall, Linda M. Waugh, Lucy A. Tully
1997 Journal of Pediatric Psychology  
The family mealtime interactions of children with CF, children with feeding problems and nonclinic controls were observed, and parents monitored children's eating behavior at home.  ...  Fathers of children with CF reported lower marital satisfaction than fathers of controls. Both mothers and fathers of children with CF reported lower parenting self-efficacy than non-CF families.  ...  Family factors play an important role in determining the child's, and indeed, the family's illness experience.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jpepsy/22.6.881 pmid:9494324 fatcat:qamckvlocjejrlkqo7kvolis5a

The social context of managing diabetes across the life span

Deborah J. Wiebe, Vicki Helgeson, Cynthia A. Berg
2016 American Psychologist  
The social context of diabetes management includes multiple resources, including family (parents, spouses), peers, romantic partners, and health care providers.  ...  Intrusive involvement that contains elements of social control may undermine diabetes management, particularly when it impinges on self-efficacy.  ...  Acknowledgments This manuscript was supported by grants R01 DK092939 and R01 DK060586 from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0040355 pmid:27690482 pmcid:PMC5094275 fatcat:sxkok2qxzfgqnp3a7rrolqrdta

Parental Control in the Etiology of Anxiety

Natalie Ballash, Ovsanna Leyfer, Amy F. Buckley, Janet Woodruff-Borden
2006 Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review  
support, and involving parental chronic physical illness and substance abuse in comparison to 100 women with no self-reported clinical diagnosis.  ...  Both self-report and behavioral observation studies revealed an increased level of control in anxious families.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10567-006-0007-z pmid:17089199 fatcat:l356x7wvuzgwtnrhkjnrbt4dgm

Video intervention/prevention assessment: a patient-centered methodology for understanding the adolescent illness experience11The full text of this article is available via JAH Online at http:www.elsevier.com/locate/jahonline

Michael Rich, Steven Lamola, Jason Gordon, Richard Chalfen
2000 Journal of Adolescent Health  
As communication, VIA made apparently counterproductive patient behaviors understandable by showing them in context with the adolescent's experience of illness and health care.  ...  They document their daily lives, interview families and friends, and record personal monologues regarding their observations, behaviors, understandings, and beliefs about their disease.  ...  This research was presented in part on March 5, 1998  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1054-139x(00)00114-2 pmid:10960213 fatcat:ij7uslwmanby5euwkiqoz2rmmi

A developmental-contextual model of couples coping with chronic illness across the adult life span

Cynthia A. Berg, Renn Upchurch
2007 Psychological bulletin  
demands of the chronic illness).  ...  A developmental-contextual model of couples coping with chronic illness is presented that views chronic illness as affecting the adjustment of both the patient and the spouse such that coping strategies  ...  Fifth, although we were interested in examining chronic illness in couples across the adult life span, the literature is heavily weighted toward examining chronic illness in middle adulthood and old age  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.133.6.920 pmid:17967089 fatcat:6b5yrksrdbd4lau7aqdkgrdrxq

Risky families: Family social environments and the mental and physical health of offspring

Rena L. Repetti, Shelley E. Taylor, Teresa E. Seeman
2002 Psychological bulletin  
and social competence), disruptions in stress-responsive biological regulatory systems, including sympathetic-adrenomedullary and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical functioning, and poor health behaviors  ...  We conclude that childhood family environments represent vital links for understanding mental and physical health across the life span.  ...  Because emotion understanding shapes social perception, we only included emotion understanding studies in Table 2 that used information from independent sources to assess the family.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.128.2.230 pmid:11931522 fatcat:qxirhygbd5h4rgwgd7u3r5o4r4

Risky families: Family social environments and the mental and physical health of offspring

Rena L. Repetti, Shelley E. Taylor, Teresa E. Seeman
2002 Psychological bulletin  
and social competence), disruptions in stress-responsive biological regulatory systems, including sympathetic-adrenomedullary and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical functioning, and poor health behaviors  ...  We conclude that childhood family environments represent vital links for understanding mental and physical health across the life span.  ...  Because emotion understanding shapes social perception, we only included emotion understanding studies in Table 2 that used information from independent sources to assess the family.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-2909.128.2.230 fatcat:3duu4apipvdfja2igi6cr253lm

Risky families: Family social environments and the mental and physical health of offspring

Rena L. Repetti, Shelley E. Taylor, Teresa E. Seeman
2002 Psychological bulletin  
and social competence), disruptions in stress-responsive biological regulatory systems, including sympathetic-adrenomedullary and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical functioning, and poor health behaviors  ...  We conclude that childhood family environments represent vital links for understanding mental and physical health across the life span.  ...  Because emotion understanding shapes social perception, we only included emotion understanding studies in Table 2 that used information from independent sources to assess the family.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.128.2.330 fatcat:xume43oog5g7rc2k4ktiw4pdei

Opportunities for psychologists in palliative care: Working with patients and families across the disease continuum

Julia E. Kasl-Godley, Deborah A. King, Timothy E. Quill
2014 American Psychologist  
needed to work effectively with these very ill patients and their families.  ...  Relatively few of these teams formally include psychologists, although their skills of enhancing patients' and families' well-being and lessening suffering make an enormous contribution to the care provided  ...  P rimary care psychologists are usually oriented toward prevention of disease, promotion of healthy behaviors, and management of acute and chronic health conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0036735 pmid:24820686 fatcat:onjyqqiiojhdpjzad63ypbt3uq

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)- a matter of concern

Maria Mirza
2015 Annals of Psychophysiology  
ISSN 2412-3188 Children with ADHD are classified as being destructive in the classroom, have conflictual relationships with family and friends, and are incapable to understand social cues and experience  ...  Behavioral interventions in the school: It is effective in minimizing hyperactive behavior and promoting social adjustment.  ... 
doi:10.29052/2412-3188.v2.i1.2015.20-24 fatcat:asmsyfc3h5dixa4u4hxqtji7wy

Patient perspectives on family participation in the treatment of hypertension

Mayckel da Silva Barreto, Sonia Silva Marcon
2014 Texto & Contexto Enfermagem  
When families were not perceived as such, it was because the patients felt responsible for self-control of the disease.  ...  This descriptive, qualitative research was carried out in the city of Maringá, in the Brazilian state of Paraná.  ...  the therapeutic regime. 1 Thus, family support has been identified as significantly associated with self-care behavior in chronically-ill patients, and in the control of hereditary risk factors of the  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-07072014000100005 fatcat:hmgaxcoj7rhs7mj67sqghl26qa

Interpersonal Functioning in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder

Danielle Keenan-Miller, David J. Miklowitz
2011 Clinical Psychology  
Peer and family relationships of youth with BD are impaired in comparison to healthy controls and youth with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  ...  Further research in this area must consider the role of comorbidity and family environment in determining psychosocial outcomes.  ...  and conflictual.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2850.2011.01266.x fatcat:gylsctajufg6fdsxw5i42hw3sq

Young people's experiences of living with epilepsy: The significance of family resilience

Judith Chew, John Carpenter, Anne M Haase
2018 Social work in health care  
Full terms of use are available: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/pure/about/ebr-terms YOUNG PEOPLE, FAMILY RESILIENCE AND EPILEPSY 1 Abstract Objective Young people with chronic illnesses, such as epilepsy, tend  ...  their families for support in times of stress.  ...  This in turn reinforced a personal sense of control over their lives. Beliefs about what is normal. Young people with chronic illness often place great importance on being like their peers.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00981389.2018.1443195 pmid:29474118 fatcat:gzqqjovwsndtngoxjvzrajmspi

The Importance of Suicide Risk Formulation in Schizophrenia

Isabella Berardelli, Elena Rogante, Salvatore Sarubbi, Denise Erbuto, David Lester, Maurizio Pompili
2021 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
Suicide risk formulation is dependent on the data gathered in the suicide risk assessment and assigns a level of suicide risk that is indispensable for the choice of treatment and the management of patients  ...  Suicide risk formulation results from four different areas that help clinicians collect as much information as possible for the management of suicidal risk.  ...  Family functioning in families of first-episode psychosis patients as compared to chronic mentally ill patients and healthy controls.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2021.779684 pmid:34975579 pmcid:PMC8716825 fatcat:272dmx4t7zg3vj2lvaxdujweue
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