Contribution to Book
Adolescent's Affective Experience of Family Behaviors: The Role of Subjective UnderstandingJournal of Research in Adolescence (1994)
AbstractArgues that a new definition of affect that focuses on the subjective understanding of interpersonal events, can be used to expand models of how observed family behaviors are related to adolescent psychosocial outcomes. A method for examining adolescents' subjective understanding of family behaviors, the video-recall method, is illustrated in a study of rural adolescents and their families.
PublisherGarland Publishing, Inc.
Citation InformationSally I. Powers. "Adolescent's Affective Experience of Family Behaviors: The Role of Subjective Understanding" HamdenJournal of Research in Adolescence Vol. 4 (1994)
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