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the presence of a warm, stable, loving, attentive bond between parents and child

Connection

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the freedom to form one's own opinions, have privacy, and make decisions for oneself

Psychological Autonomy

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parental monitoring, supervision, and rule setting

Regulation

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the ability to identify with the thoughts, attitudes, and feelings of another person

Empathy

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feelings that exist among family members

Affect

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a relationship characterized by emotional warmth, affection, love, empathy, care, sensitivity, and emotional support

Positive Affect

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a relationship characterized by negative feelings of emotional coldeness, rejection, hostility, anger, and insensitivity among family members

Negative Affect

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the process by which the adolescent becomes separated from parents and becomes a unique individual

Separation-Individuation

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independence or freedom (to make ones own choices)

Autonomy

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becoming independent and free enough to act on one's own without excessive dependence on others

Behavioral Independence

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becoming free of childish emotional dependence on parents

Emotional Autonomy

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those whose members are too heavily connected with one another

Enmeshed Families

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those whose members are isolated from one another

Disengaged Families

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the degree to which the family members are connected to one another

Cohesion

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the degree to which parents manage their child's behavior

Control

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the love, approval, and emotional support that parents give their children

Warmth

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parents who respect their children's wishes but who maintain control in the home

Authoritative Parents

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parents who set many rules and harshly enforce them

Authoritarian Parents

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parents who exercise little control over their children's behavior

Permissive Parents

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parents who seem disinterested in their children and thus do not supervise them or give them much affection

Uninvolved Parents

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parental control through offering alternative choices

Induction

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may include not only physical assault of a child but also malnourishment, abandonment, neglect, emotional abuse, and sexual abuse

Childe Abuse

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may include suggestive language, use of pornography, fondling, petting, masturbation, exhibitionism, voyeurism, oral sex, or full vaginal or anal intercourse

Sexual Abuse

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may include constant screaming at the child, calling foul names, constant criticism and put-downs, making fun, comparing the child with siblings, or ignoring the child

Emotional Abuse

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failure to provide even minimal care of a child, including adequate food, clothing shelter, and medical care, as well as emotional, social, intellectual and moral needs

Child Neglect