parentification

parentification

 [pah-ren″tĭ-fĭ-ka´shun]
the assumption of a parentlike (or adult) role by a child.
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Researchers have shown that romantic attachment could mediate the effect of parental bonds on body dissatisfaction (Patton, Beaujean, & Benedict, 2014) as well as the effects of parentification and dating communication (Madden & Shaffer, 2016).
This study tested a model of the relation between parentification and alcohol use through differentiation of self (DoS), with religious service attendance as a moderator.
One instance of relational maltreatment is the phenomenon characterized as parentification, a process of reversal between the parent and child roles (Barnett & Parker, 1998), whereby the child adopts the nurturing role, and the parent adopts a dependent role (Hooper, 2007a, 2007b).
The third article, "Assessing Parentification in South American College Students: A Factor Analytic Study of a Spanish Version of the Parentification Inventory" (Hooper, 2014), is one of a few studies to explore the role of parentification (i.
Specializations: parentification, differentiation-of-self, clinical judgment, positive psychology.
clinging, distancing, parentification, dismissal of requests for comfort) were themselves subjected to such parenting behaviors as children (Bailey et al.
1999) Burdened Children: Theory, Research and Treatment of Parentification, Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.
He showed the effects of maltreatment on children, particularly parentification (Chase, 1999) and role reversal, through which children take on adult responsibilities (Macfie, Mcelwain, Houts, & Cox, 2005).
The Role of Parentification and Family Climate in Adaptation Among Immigrant Adolescents in Israel.
Ces caracteristiques consistent en l'incapacite du milieu a repondre aux besoins emotionnels de l'enfant a cause d'un parentage inadequat ; le developpement d'un faux soi en reponse au narcissisme maternel; des anomalies dans les frontieres et la parentification de l'enfant; l'abandon emotionnel du pere qui s'en remet a la mere; une plus grande incidence de maladie mentale, de troubles de personnalite severes et d'alcoolisme dans la famille que dans la population generale ; le deces ou la maladie d'un parent durant l'enfance ; la maladie physique de l'enfant ; l'interference du milieu avec l'individuation, l'autonomie, la modulation des emotions et l'intimite.