Poster Session 3 and Lunch

  • 12:30 pm To 1:30 pm on July 20, 2019
  • Terrace Room Bramber House

ADHD Child: Bonding and Pathologization in the Context of Maternal Care

The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has stood out among the identified diagnoses in children. The repercussion of its

Dyadic Adult Attachment Style and Dyadic Coping Behaviors among Couples during Pregnancy

This study examined the relationship between dyadic adult attachment and dyadic coping (DC) among couples during pregnancy. A sample of

Parent-Child Relationships With and Without Child ADHD: Daily Strains and Dysfunction

Child attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can undermine family interactions. The current study investigated daily experiences in mother-child dyads over seven days,

Role of Parenting Self-Efficacy and Age on Communal Coping in First-Time Parents

Research has found that younger parents experience greater feelings of incompetence than older parents. We argue that because younger parents

Time Heals All Wounds? Pilot Studies on Japanese University Students' Perspectives on Relationship Repair

This presentation integrates two exploratory studies on relationship repair and discusses views of Japanese university students’ perspectives on successful repair.

My Family, My Everything: The Role of Employee's Preoccupation with Family Relationships on Job Stress

his study investigated the role of employee’s obsession with the family relationship on job related stress. A cross-sectional design was

Acceptance Concerns and Identity Distress Are Associated With Lower Quality of Partner Support in Same-Gender Couples

Sexual minority individuals who report negative representations of their sexual orientation (i.e., internalized homonegativity) are known to report poorer well-being.