Diabetic adolescents and their families : stress, coping, and adaptation / Inge Seiffge-Krenke.
Diabetic Adolescents and their Families presents an innovative approach to the study of coping with chronic illness by focusing on the developmental context in its description of a longitudinal study of families with a diabetic or a healthy adolescent. Inge Seiffge-Krenke considers perspectives of t...
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge studies on child and adolescent health.
- Epidemiology of chronic illnesses in adolescence
- Coping with illness in adolescence : an overview of research from the past 25 years
- Coping with diabetes :a longitudinal study
- Knowledge of the illness, compliance, and patient-physician relationships
- Self-concept, body image, and perceived health
- Adolescent, parental, and family coping with stressors
- Chronic illness and the family:the perspectives of mothers, fathers, and siblings
- Friendships, romantic relationships, school, and career
- Successful adaptation or the development of psychopathology?
- Pathways for resolving the dilemma between developmental progression and adaptation to the illness
- Implications for prevention and intervention.