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Edited By: Jay Lebow
Impact Factor: 3.0
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 1/40 (Family Studies); 21/119 (Psychology Clinical)
Online ISSN: 1545-5300
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This article reviews how family relational stress has a biological impact on asthma in children and demonstrates how multi-level systemic models are necessary to address the complex biopsychosocial phenomenon of child asthma. One goal of the article is to inspire more theory development in the field of family stress and physical health and illness.
Dr. Beatrice Wood is Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, University at Buffalo, and former president of Family Process Institute.
Read Review of Family Relational Stress and Pediatric Asthma: The Value of Biopsychosocial Systemic Models and watch the video abstract below.
Family Process Video Abstracts
Coparenting Profiles in the Context of Mexican-Origin Teen Pregnancy: Links to Mother-Daughter Relationship Quality and Adjustment
Transmission of Cultural Values amon Mexican-Origin Parents and Their Adolescent and Emerging Adult Offspring
Longitudinal Associations among Parental Acceptance, Familism Values, and Sibling Intimacy in Mexican-Origin Families
Gender Roles Attitudes across the Transition to Adolescent Motherhood in Mexican-Origin Families
Perceptions of Boundary Ambiguity in the Process of Leaving an Abusive Partner
Review of Family Relational Stress and Pediatric Asthma: The Value of Biopsychosocial Systemic Models
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Family Process has been publishing its abstracts in Spanish and Mandarin since the beginning of 2007.
Each issue also features an article translated into Spanish online and an article translated into simple Mandarin. Please see Ahora en español disponibles online and Available in Mandarin Online (at left) for a list of translated articles free to download.