Cultural Variations in Family Attitudes and Their Implications for Therapy

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A volunteer sample of 158 American families (Japanese and Caucasian) with adolescent offsping was surveyed for family attitudes and values. Ethnic differences between parents were statistically significant in areas reflecting cognitive versus emotional expression and group versus individual orientation. Implications for family assessment and therapy are discussed. © 1983, The American Academy of Child Psychiatry. All rights reserved.

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MCDERMOTT, J. F., CHAR, W. F., ROBILLARD, A. R., HSU, J., TSENG, W. S., & ASHTON, G. C. (1983). Cultural Variations in Family Attitudes and Their Implications for Therapy. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 22(5), 454–458. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0002-7138(09)61508-9

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