Family Processes and Children’s and Adolescents’ Well-Being

 A study reviewed about 1,150 sources to examine family processes and child well-being. Themes are discussed related to advances made in the literature because of increased attention to complexity and specificity, advances that were made because of increased attention to family processes in diverse families, the importance of time in the study of family processes and child and adolescent well-being, and strengths in family functioning. 

National Council on Family Relations (NCFP)


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