Nelson, Jackie A.
Jackie Nelson Is an Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences. She is the head of the Family Research Lab. Her research interests are focused on emotion-related family processes, including "parents' emotion socialization strategies, children's social-emotional development, and family stress and conflict."
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(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2019-05-17)SYNOPSIS: Objective. Oppositional parent–child conflict interactions and inconsistent parenting practices have each been associated with more negative socioemotional outcomes for children. The current study aimed to identify ...
(Springer New York Llc, 2019-05-02)Objective: The current study explored longitudinal family conflict predictors of adolescent depressive symptoms occurring during middle childhood. Methods: We tested the mediating effects of mother–child and father–child ...
An individual's internalizing symptoms have been shown to relate to greater symptoms in family members. However, an examination of how family members' symptoms are associated with one another is needed with a model including ...