Adolescent interpersonal problem solving and family functioning
The relationship between family functioning and interpersonal problem solving during adolescence are investigated in this study. Two self-report questionnaires were administered to a sample of 413 adolescents (183 boys and 230 girls aged between 14 and 18 years). The first instrument comprised a MEPS Procedure specially modified for adolescents; it is a content-analysis measure of psychosocial skills displayed in different developmental task areas of adolescence. The second measure was a Family...[Show more]
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