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Nijmegen Institute for Scientist-Practitioners in Addiction

Memories of parental rearing in alcohol and drug addicts: a comparative study.

TitelMemories of parental rearing in alcohol and drug addicts: a comparative study.
PublicatietypeJournal Article
Jaar van publicatie1991
AuteursDeJong CA, Harteveld FM, van der Wielen EG, van der Staak CP
UitgaveInt J Addict
Volume26
Nummer10
Pagina's1065-76
Publicatiedatum1991 Oct
ISSN0020-773X
TrefwoordenAdult, Alcoholism, Child, Child Rearing, Female, Humans, Internal-External Control, Male, Mental Recall, Parent-Child Relations, Personality Development, Rejection (Psychology), Social Environment, Street Drugs, Substance-Related Disorders
Samenvatting

Memories of parental rearing were investigated in 48 polydrug addicts and 91 alcohol addicts with the EMBU, an instrument for assessing parental rearing styles. Drug addicts remember their fathers and mothers as more rejecting and overprotecting and their mothers as more favoring than do alcoholics. When the age and the sex of addicts are taken into account, the kind of addiction and the sex of the addicts can explain a part of the variance of the overprotection dimension by fathers and mothers. The age of the addicts can explain a part of the variance of the rejection dimension by fathers and mothers. Finally, the variance in the favoring dimension by mothers can be explained by the kind of addiction.

Alternatieve uitgaveInt J Addict
PubMed ID1743811