Référence bibliographique 
Doyle, Anna-Beth et Markiewicz, Dorothy. 2005. «Parenting, Marital Conflict and Adjustment from Early- to Mid-Adolescence: Mediated by Adolescent Attachment Style? ». Journal of Youth and Adolescence, vol. 34, no 2, p. 97-110.
« In sum, in this study, the role of psychological control, warmth and behavioural control, marital conflict, and attachment security in the adjustment of young adolescents is examined across a 2-year period. Hypotheses concerning causal direction of effect and mediating relations among these variables are explored. » (p. 99)
« Participants were 175 adolescents (110 girls) drawn from an original sample of 246 adolescents (145 girls) who had participated in the first year of a 3-year longitudinal study of family factors and adolescent adjustment. » (p. 99)
- « [Q]uestionnaires on family relationships » (p. 99);
- « A short version of the Children’s Perception of Interparental Conflict Scale (CPIC; Grych et al., 1992) » (p. 100);
- « The Relationship Questionnaire (RQ), adapted from Bartholomew and Horowitz (1991) » (p. 100);
- « A 53-item version of the 70-item Multiple Adjective Attribute Checklist- Revised (MAACL; Zuckerman and Lubin, 1985) » (p. 101);
- « An adaptation of the Self-Report Delinquency Scale (SRDS, Elliott et al., 1985) » (p. 101);
- « [T]he Youth Self-Report (YSR,Achenbach, 2001) » (p. 101);
- « A 26-item version of the Self-Description Questionnaire II (SDQII, Marsh, 1988) » (p. 101);
- « A short version of the Marlowe-Crown Social Desirability Scale (Strahan and Gerbasi, 1972) » (p. 101).
Type de traitement des données :
« Contributions of 3 dimensions of parenting (psychological control, warmth, and behavioural control), marital conflict, and attachment style (anxiety and avoidance) to adjustment from early to middle adolescence were assessed. Mediation of marital conflict effects by parenting, and of parenting effects by attachment were examined. Adolescents (n = 175) initially age 13 years reported parenting practices, attachment styles, school grades, self-esteem, and internalizing and externalizing problems twice (T1, T2) 2 years apart. T1 marital conflict was associated with lower self-esteem, more externalizing symptoms, and lower academic achievement at T2, all but the latter mediated by parental warmth. T1 parental psychological control was associated with increases in internalizing symptoms over time, an effect not mediated by attachment insecurity, which contributed independently. T1 parental warmth was associated with decreases in externalizing symptoms and increases in self-esteem over time, the latter mediated by attachment security. » (p. 97)