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Culture and Population Working Group Meeting

Elizabeth Karberg (Dept of Human Development), “Examining the effects of union stability on the family system: Implications for children’s socio-emotional development”
When Dec 04, 2014
from 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Where 2101C Morrill Hall
Contact Name
Contact Phone 301-405-6392
Attendees Monica Das Gupta
Laurie DeRose
Elizabeth Karberg
Catherine Kuhns
Yoonjoo Lee
Sangeetha Madhavan
Rachel Shattuck
Reeve Vanneman
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Abstract

Using the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing data set, this study investigates the mechanisms underlying the association between union instability and children’s externalizing problem behaviors. Children’s externalizing behaviors are the most common and persistent form of social maladaptation in childhood. This study has the following aims:(1) to examine how union instability during early childhood is related to the change in children’s externalizing behaviors between ages 3 and 9; (2); to examine if co-parenting support and father involvement mediates the association between union instability and children’s behaviors at age 9; and, (3) to test the moderating influences of mother and father depression, maternal relationship quality with her current partner, and child temperament on the association between union instability and children’s behavioral outcomes at age 9.

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