Kristin A. Long, Anna L. Marsland and Melissa A. Alderfer Cumulative family risk predicts sibling adjustment to childhood cancer Cancer 119
Among 209 siblings of children with cancer, higher distress is associated with more family functioning problems, higher parental psychological control, and lower parenting acceptance. When family risk factors are considered in combination, the results support a quadratic model in which associations between family risk and sibling distress are stronger at higher levels of risk.
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