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Title: Affective experiences of parents and their children from adolescence to young adulthood: stability of affective experiences

Synopsis: This study explored constancy and change in the emotional and interactional components of parent-child relationships from middle adolescence to young adulthood among the 133 participants of the New York Longitudinal Study. Relationship ratings were constructed from parents' and children's face-to-face interviews. Results indicated moderately high mean relationship ratings at each point of measurement, moderate levels of stability and widely varying correlations among ratings that tended to decrease in magnitude over time. These findings were discussed in terms of normative developmental transitions in parent-child relations from adolescence to young adulthood. Copyright 1994, 1999 Academic Press affective, experiences, parents, children, adolescence, young, adulthood, stability, affective, experiences, study, explored, constancy, change, emotional, interactional, components, parent-child, relationships, middle, adolescence, young, adulthood, 133, participants, new, york, longitudinal, study, relationship, ratings, constructed, parents, children, face-to-face, interviews, results, indicated, moderately, high, mean, relationship, ratings, point, measurement, moderate, levels, stability, widely, varying, correlations, ratings, tended, decrease, magnitude, time, findings, discussed, terms, normative, developmental, transitions, parent-child, relations, adolescence, young, adulthood, copyright, 1994, 1999, academic, press,

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