Perceived paternal nurturance and availability
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Perceived paternal nurturance and availability relationships with intimacy, empathy, achievement, and psychosocial maturity in late adolescents by Jodi Beth Hopfinger

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Published .
Written in English


  • Father and child,
  • Parent and teenager,
  • Nurturing behavior

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Statementby Jodi Beth Hopfinger
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 106 leaves ;
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14970402M

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1. J Consult Clin Psychol. Jun;40(3) Perceived paternal nurturance-availability and personality adjustment among college males. Reuter MW, Biller by:   In our measures of fathering and mothering, we assess nurturance in addition to involvement. Parental nurturance refers to warmth and acceptance received from parents and is quite similar to what Rohner and colleagues (e.g., Rohner, ; Rohner, Khaleque, & Cournoyer, ) have studied as perceived parental acceptance-rejection. significantly lower than the perceived nurturance of the parents in the remaining three forgiveness groups. These differences are presented in Figure 1. Ditcussion The results of the present study: suggest a strong relationship be;:ween self-reported forgiveness by parents and the degree of parental nurturance reported by their adolescent. Gender moderated the paths from perceived paternal religiosity to paternal overprotection, such that the relationship was stronger for females, and perceived paternal warmth to emerging adult.

  A total of 35 youth report of parental nurturance questionnaires was identified: 3 focused on emotional nurturance, 2 focused on instrumental nurturance, and 30 focused on both aspects of nurturance. The majority of these questionnaires are parent-specific instruments (30), but some are general social-support measures that include a parent. distinct from those of mothers, the long-term effects of paternal care CT ECT CT T, reciprocity and nurtura Paternal care also enhances the mother–father partnership and emotional bond Stimulatory contact. A father’s play with an infant is typically more stimulatory than that of the mother, involving physical manipulation. ABSTRACT Using Perceived Parental Acceptance‐Rejection Theory (PARTheory), the relationship between perceived paternal nurturing and involvement and psychosocial developmental outcomes in . The Modeling and Role Modeling Theory was developed by Helen Erickson, Evelyn M. Tomlin, and Mary Anne P. was first published in in their book Modeling and Role Modeling: A Theory and Paradigm for theory enables nurses to care for and nurture each patient with an awareness of and respect for the individual patient’s uniqueness.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.   Parental Nurturance. Adolescents' perception of parental nurturance was measured using seven items from the Parenting Questionnaire (Lempers et al., ). Each item (e.g., ‘‘my parents smile at me’‘, “my parents listen to my ideas and opinions”, “my parents make sure I know I am appreciated”) was rated on a Likert-type scale. Reuter, M., & Biller, H. (). Perceived paternal nurturance-availability and personality adjustment among college males. Journal of Consulting and Clinical . Little attention has been paid in the literature to the positive role that the father plays in the nurturance of his wife. Some researchers have investigated the relationship between paternal happiness or subjective well being and marital happiness (Ball & Robbins, ; Taylor, Chatters, Tucker, & Lewis, ).