|aMarital conflict and children :|ban emotional security perspective /|cby E. Mark Cummings, Patrick T. Davies.
|aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|cc2010.
|axvi, 320 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aThe Guilford series on social and emotional development
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aMarital conflict and risky families -- The emergence of process-oriented approaches : emotional security theory -- Identifying constructive and destructive marital conflict -- Testing process-oriented models of the direct effects of exposure to marital conflict -- The role of parenting in the context of marital conflict : indirect pathways and processes -- Contextual vulnerability and protective models -- Development over time in contexts of marital conflict -- Applications of findings and translational research -- Beyond the marital dyad : from Bowlby to political violence -- Appendix A. Conflict in the Interparental System (CIS) : observational coding -- Appendix B. Security in the Interparental Subsystem (SIS) scale : child reports -- Appendix C. Security in the Marital Subsystem : Parent Report (SIMS-PR) scale -- Appendix D. Advanced measurement and research design issues for a process-oriented approach.