Family Risk and Protective Factors and Child Development
Yoon, Susan H. (editor)
This reprint is devoted to understanding the unique and combined effects of family risk and protective factors on child development across multiple dimensions of functioning (e.g., physical, mental, emotional, behavioral, social, and cognitive).
Keywordsfather involvement; child development; socioemotional functioning; behavior problems; cognitive functioning; latent profile analysis; children media use; parenting style; parent attitude; parent media use; child maltreatment; path analysis; neighborhoods; families; risk and protective factors; mobile device; young children; gadget; mental health; community violence; black youth; resilience; HIV; PrEP; adolescents; stigma; MSM; intimate partner violence; qualitative research; mothers; employment; adaptive functioning; protective factors; neglect; abuse; adolescence; healthcare; educational functioning; social functioning; household challenges; ACEs; pre-birth; early development; reading; school readiness; PRAMS; child flourishing; adolescent flourishing; neighborhood social cohesion; physical neighborhood environments; family resilience; adolescent; young adult; foster care; social support; relationships; wellbeing; life satisfaction; Black youth; suicide; positive parenting; arrests; conduct problems; externalizing mental health; family adversity; majority world; minority world; moderated mediation; multisystemic resilience; youth; parental physical abuse; violence resilience; hedonic factors; eudaimonic factors; peer status; internalizing symptoms; peer acceptance; peer rejection; popularity; exploration; attachment; activation; socioemotional development; internalizing problems; externalizing problems; fathers; COVID-19; parental stress; parental engagement; socioemotional problems and skills; positivity; coparenting support; psychotic-like experiences; emotion regulation; parents’ relationship; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022