Index

  • ABCD (Applied Biosocial Contextual Development) model
  • ABC–X model
  • acculturative stress
  • adaptability
    • communities
    • families
    • Family Adjustment and Adaptation Response model
    • intimate partner violence
    • mental health
    • military families
    • resilience
    • steeling
    • variety
  • adolescent romantic relationships
    • critical thinking questions
    • dating aggression
      • behaviors
      • family's role
      • vulnerability
    • education
    • future research and practice
    • sexual activity
      • consequences
      • family's role
      • gay, lesbian, bisexual youth
      • “hooking up”
  • Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA)
  • adult day centers
  • adultification
    • case examples
    • critical thinking questions
    • and economic disadvantage
    • forms
      • mentored adultification
      • parentification
      • peerification/spousification
      • precocious knowledge
    • PACC parenting model
  • Adult Protective Services (APS) agencies
  • advocacy
  • Ager, A.
  • alcohol abuse see substance abuse
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • ambivalence
  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • antisocial behavior
  • anxiety disorder
    • in abuse victims
    • in adolescents
    • in caregivers
    • in children
    • in grandparents
    • in mentally ill people
    • in military family members
  • Area Agencies on Aging
  • assets
    • community
    • family
    • personal
  • assisted living facilities (ALFs)
  • attachment theory
  • avoidance
    • LGBTQ people
    • mental illness
  • bioecological model of human development
  • biosocial systems
  • bipolar disorder
  • bisexual people
  • blame
    • low-income fathers
    • mental illness
  • Boss, Pauline
  • Bowen, G.L.
  • Bracero ...

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