Stressbewältigung und Krankheitsmanagement bei chronischer Krankheit in Kindheit und Adoleszenz



Der folgende Beitrag analysiert Forschung auf dem Gebiet chronischer Erkrankung von Kindern und Jugendlichen mit dem Schwerpunkt Bewältigungsverhalten und Krankheitsmanagement. Im Kontext von Familien mit chronisch kranken Kindern und Jugendlichen werden wir in diesem Kapitel die individuelle Bewältigung durch das Kind bzw. den Jugendlichen, die elterliche Bewältigung durch die Mutter und, seltener, den Vater sowie die familiäre Bewältigung, d. h. die vereinten Bewältigungsbemühungen einer Familie, betrachten.


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  1. 1.Fachbereich PsychologiePhilipps-Universität MarburgMarburgDeutschland

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