Absence of Parents
By: Caroline, Dani, Jessica, Meg, Morgan
Single Parent Homes
”Work-family conflict refers to cognitive appraisals that involve the extent to which individuals feel that demands in the paid work domain interfere with their ability to meet demands in the family domain”(Nomaguchi).
Death of a Parent
Psychological Effects of a Deployed Parent
Studies on Home Life with Deployed Parent
- 2011 study about drugs and alcohol usage by kids of deployed military parents
- “Conclusions: Children of deployed military personnel should be considered at higher risk for substance use than children of non-military citizens” (Acion).
- Study measuring child emotion and behavior, worry, parent safety, world safety, perceptions of the future
- Found that children’s emotions and behaviors worsened while their parent/parents were deployed, however increased back to normal (pre-deployment levels) once the parent/parents returned from deployment
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