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How do family constructs of warmth and structure effect behavioral outcomes for pre-adolescents living with ADHD?

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Scott Edwards, Ph.D.

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Research Proposal

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Marriage and Family Therapy

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This research study examines the effect of family-level processes on behavioral outcomes of pre-adolescents living with ADHD. Parental attunement, general family cohesiveness, and the family constructs of routine and structure will be explored. The proposed study will use both quantitative and qualitative data to examine how family constructs of warmth and structure effect behavioral outcomes for pre-adolescents living with ADHD. The research operationalizes constructs of warmth and structure by measuring factors such as parental attunement, family cohesiveness, and family routine and structure. The potential implications of this research could strengthen healthy parenting strategies and create improved cohesion in families with a child with ADHD.

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How do family constructs of warmth and structure effect behavioral outcomes for pre-adolescents living with ADHD?

This research study examines the effect of family-level processes on behavioral outcomes of pre-adolescents living with ADHD. Parental attunement, general family cohesiveness, and the family constructs of routine and structure will be explored. The proposed study will use both quantitative and qualitative data to examine how family constructs of warmth and structure effect behavioral outcomes for pre-adolescents living with ADHD. The research operationalizes constructs of warmth and structure by measuring factors such as parental attunement, family cohesiveness, and family routine and structure. The potential implications of this research could strengthen healthy parenting strategies and create improved cohesion in families with a child with ADHD.

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