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Kinder krebskranker Eltern - elterliches Coping, familiäres Funktionsniveau und psychosoziale Anpassung der Kinder

  • Children exposed to parental cancer have an increased risk of mental health problems. However, the parental illness itself and its features do not predict children's psychological adjustment. Parent- and family-related factors are more predictive for children's well-being and the incidence of psychopathological symptoms, respectively. This study focuses on parental ways of coping with illness from both, the ill and healthy parent's perspective, and the relationship with family functioning and children's adjustment. Results show a significant impact of parental coping styles on children's health-related quality of life and psychopathological symptoms and, furthermore, that this relationship is mediated by aspects of family functioning. This study support the importance of family systems approaches. Implications for further studies and practical issues are discussed.
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Author:Thomas Krattenmacher, Franziska Kühne, Daniel Führer, Johanna Ernst, Elmar Brähler, Wolfgang Herzog, Kai Klitzing, Hans-Henning Flechtner, Corinna Bergelt, Georg Romer, Birgit Möller
Parent Title (German):Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie
Document Type:Article
Year of Completion:2012
Year of first Publication:2012
Release Date:2020/10/16
GND Keyword:Adaptation; Adolescent; Adult; Child; Child of Impaired Parents/psychology; Family Relations; Female; Germany; Humans; Male; Neoplasms/psychology; Parents/psychology; Preschool; Psychological; Quality of Life/psychology; Social Adjustment; Surveys and Questionnaires
First Page:447
Last Page:462
Faculties:Sozialwesen (SW)
Publication list:Möller-Kallista, Birgit
Licence (German):License LogoBibliographische Daten