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Descriptions of coping with commonly occurring events by highly self-regulated boys living in earthquake-affected Christchurch
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2015)
Children are often overlooked in the aftermath of a natural disaster, and children’s use of coping strategies plays an important part in their post-disaster adaptation (Vernberg, La Greca, Silverman, & Prinstein, 1996). ...
The adaptation of the family system to separation and reunion : an exploratory study of military families.
(University of Canterbury. Child and Family Psychology, 2014)
Extended periods of parent-child separation is a stressor that some families face due to vocational factors, immigration, incarceration and other interruptions in family living arrangements. Research suggests that these ...