Teresa M Cooney
Affiliation: University of Missouri
- Adjustment problems in adolescence: are multiracial children at risk?T M Cooney
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, College of Human Environmental Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA
Am J Orthopsychiatry 70:433-44. 2000..Significant differences were found on fewer than half of the school, behavioral, and psychological dimensions that were assessed. Implications for research and school interventions are discussed...
- Women in the middle: generational position and grandmothers' adjustment to raising grandchildrenTeresa M Cooney
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211 7700, USA
J Women Aging 18:3-24. 2006..In addition to being in the middle generation, having grandchildren with problems predicted elevated depression and burden. Grandmothers who were educated beyond high school also reported greater role burden...
- Remembered parenting styles and adjustment in middle and late adulthoodTanja C Rothrauff
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Missouri, Columbia, 65212, USA
J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 64:137-46. 2009..This study considers whether remembered parenting styles in childhood predict multiple dimensions of functioning in adulthood...
- Examining Rowe and Kahn's Concept of Successful Aging: Importance of Taking a Life Course PerspectiveJames D Stowe
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Missouri, Columbia Frank L Mitchell Jr, MD Trauma Center, University of Missouri Hospital, Columbia
Gerontologist 55:43-50. 2015..This article critiques Rowe and Kahn's conceptualization of successful aging using tenets of the life course perspective...
- Spousal perceptions of marital stress and support among grandparent caregivers: variations by life stageAmanda E Matzek
University of Missouri, Columbia 65211 7700, USA
Int J Aging Hum Dev 68:109-26. 2009..These results parallel other studies that show that grandparent caregivers have poorer outcomes when they hold multiple caregiving roles simultaneously...