Counseling -- Research -- Case Studies, Alcoholism -- Case studies
This study investigated the impact of parental alcoholism and various indices of family functioning on differentiation levels of young adults. A total of 813 college students completed the Differentiation of Self Inventory, the Self-Report Family Inventory Version II, and questions related to experiences in their families of origin. Analyses indicated that parental alcoholism and levels of functioning, as well as certain experiences within alcoholic families, are significantly predictive of differentiation levels of adult children. Clinical implications of the findings are discussed.
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Johnson, Patrick and Stone, Rachel, "Parental Alcoholism and Family Functioning: Effects on Differentiation Levels of Young Adults" (2009). Counselor Education Faculty Publications and Presentations. 60.