‘A systematic review of the association between parent-child communication and adolescent mental health’
Open Access paper from JCPP Advances
We performed a systematic literature search in Medline and APA PsycInfo, including peer-reviewed quantitative studies examining associations between adolescent-rated dyadic PCC quality and general as well as specific measures of adolescent mental health. Qualitative and case studies were excluded, as were studies reporting only parent-rated communication quality or instruments assessing other constructs than dyadic PCC. We screened 5314 articles, of which 37 were included in the review. We assessed study quality with the Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool.
Authors: Holger Zapf, Johannes Boettcher, Yngvild Haukeland, Stian Orm, Sarah Coslar, Krister Fjermestad
First published: 04 November 2023
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