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Title: Attribution Processes in Parent-Adolescent Conflict in Families with Adolescents with and without ADHD
Authors: Markel, Clarisa
Advisor: Wiener, Judith
Department: Human Development and Applied Psychology
Keywords: parent-youth conflict
attributions
ADHD
adolescents
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2011
Abstract: This study examined parent-adolescent conflict and the attributions for conflict. Adolescent participants (29 ADHD; 22 Comparison) aged 13-17 and their mothers and fathers completed questionnaires. Adolescents with ADHD have conflicts over more issues with their parents according to self and parent report. Adolescents who believed that the conflict occurred in many contexts and that their parents were responsible for that conflict reported that they had conflict over more issues. Attributions were not predictive of conflict according to mother report. ADHD status moderated attributions in predicting father reported conflict. Among fathers who believed that conflicts were their son or daughter’s responsibility, fathers of youth with ADHD were less likely to report more issues involving conflicts than fathers of youth without ADHD. Conversely, among fathers who believed conflict was pervasive across contexts and time, having a son or daughter with ADHD was associated with more issues involving conflict.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25661
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