TITLE

The relationship of psychological adjustment to perceived family functioning among

AUTHOR(S)
Piatt, Andrea L.; Ketterson, Timothy U.
PUB. DATE
September 1993
SOURCE
Adolescence;Fall93, Vol. 28 Issue 111, p673
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the relationship of psychological adjustment to perceived family functioning among African-American adolescents. Administration of the Family-of-Origin Scale for adolescents (FOS) with the Langner Symptom Survey (LSS) to 135 African-American adolescents; LSS' moderate yet significant correlations with FOS; Results' support for the construct validity of the FOS.
ACCESSION #
9401110139

 

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