transgenerational

transgenerational

(tranz″jĕn-ĕ-rā′shŏn-ăl) [ trans- + generational]
Having an effect on several generations of a family.
transgenerationally (′shŏn-ă-lē)
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This discussion also touches on the concepts of developmental reprogramming, the role of preconception alcohol exposure, and transgenerational transmission of the effects of alcohol exposure.
These representations, enhanced through a cognitive effort of modifying internal patterns, deeply influence the quality of attachment formed by the baby and lead to a certain transgenerational stability.
The transgenerational association of internalizing symptoms was evaluated from the correlation between emotional problems and parental behavior and adolescent internalizing symptoms a year later.
Even by the standards of yesteryear's musical giants, Stevie Wonder's transgenerational influence is exceptional.
He said: "That type of scenario normalises drug use at a very early age and unfortunately you do get transgenerational drug use.
Dena, who is elated by the response to the programme, calls it an expression of transgenerational trauma.
At the core of this book, then, is a transgenerational oral history, in which, as it were, the limited number of variables in the sample frame of the informants is deliberately maintained.
The results may force researchers to grapple with complicated transgenerational gene influences.
Accordingly, the current collection first addresses narratives of specific, extreme historical events, then examines the inter- and transgenerational consequences of such situations, finally arriving at such examples for structural trauma present in everyday society which threaten one's identity in more elusive but also more permanent ways than isolated occurrences of violence.
Global MBA, GEM (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor), STEP (Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices), BID Network (Business in Development Network), New Ventures, SEKN (Social Enterprise Knowledge Network), Moore Foundation, WRI (World Resources Institute), ANDE (Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs) y W.
Terszak articulates transgenerational trauma and gives descriptions of the survival mechanism she employed within her own healing processes and within her family's.