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Parental stress, anxiety and trait mindfulness : associations with parent–child mealtime interactions in children with type 1 diabetes

(2020) JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE. 43(3). p.448-459
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Introduction: This study examined how maternal and paternal stress, anxiety, and trait mindfulness, and child glycemic control are related to real-life parent–child interactions in families confronted with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Methods: Parents reported on trait mindfulness, illness-related parenting stress, general stress, and state anxiety. Parent–child mealtime interactions were videotaped and scored in 33 families (31 mothers and 20 fathers) of children with T1D (5–12y., mean HbA1c = 7.22%). Results: Parental stress and anxiety were related to more maladaptive and less adaptive parent–child interactions. For mothers, mindfulness was related to less observed discomfort of the child during injection. For fathers, more emotional involvement was related to better child glycemic control. Discussion: Results indicate that parental stress and anxiety may be risk factors for maladaptive parent–child interactions.
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Type 1 diabetes, Parent stress, Mindfulness, Parent–child interactions, Observation, YOUNG-CHILDREN, DISTRESS, FAMILIES, CONTEXT, YOUTH, ADOLESCENTS, EXPERIENCE, INVENTORY, ADHERENCE, BEHAVIOR

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Van Gampelaere, Cynthia, et al. “Parental Stress, Anxiety and Trait Mindfulness : Associations with Parent–Child Mealtime Interactions in Children with Type 1 Diabetes.” JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, vol. 43, no. 3, 2020, pp. 448–59, doi:10.1007/s10865-020-00144-3.
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Van Gampelaere, C., Luyckx, K., Goethals, E. R., van der Straaten, S., Laridaen, J., Casteels, K., … Goubert, L. (2020). Parental stress, anxiety and trait mindfulness : associations with parent–child mealtime interactions in children with type 1 diabetes. JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, 43(3), 448–459. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10865-020-00144-3
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Van Gampelaere, Cynthia, Koen Luyckx, Eveline R. Goethals, Saskia van der Straaten, Jolien Laridaen, Kristina Casteels, Jesse Vanbesien, et al. 2020. “Parental Stress, Anxiety and Trait Mindfulness : Associations with Parent–Child Mealtime Interactions in Children with Type 1 Diabetes.” JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 43 (3): 448–59. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10865-020-00144-3.
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Van Gampelaere, Cynthia, Koen Luyckx, Eveline R. Goethals, Saskia van der Straaten, Jolien Laridaen, Kristina Casteels, Jesse Vanbesien, Sylvia Depoorter, Daniel Klink, Martine Cools, and Liesbet Goubert. 2020. “Parental Stress, Anxiety and Trait Mindfulness : Associations with Parent–Child Mealtime Interactions in Children with Type 1 Diabetes.” JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 43 (3): 448–459. doi:10.1007/s10865-020-00144-3.
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Van Gampelaere C, Luyckx K, Goethals ER, van der Straaten S, Laridaen J, Casteels K, et al. Parental stress, anxiety and trait mindfulness : associations with parent–child mealtime interactions in children with type 1 diabetes. JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE. 2020;43(3):448–59.
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C. Van Gampelaere et al., “Parental stress, anxiety and trait mindfulness : associations with parent–child mealtime interactions in children with type 1 diabetes,” JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 448–459, 2020.
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Methods: Parents reported on trait mindfulness, illness-related parenting stress, general stress, and state anxiety. Parent–child mealtime interactions were videotaped and scored in 33 families (31 mothers and 20 fathers) of children with T1D (5–12y., mean HbA1c = 7.22%).
Results: Parental stress and anxiety were related to more maladaptive and less adaptive parent–child interactions. For mothers, mindfulness was related to less observed discomfort of the child during injection. For fathers, more emotional involvement was related to better child glycemic control.
Discussion: Results indicate that parental stress and anxiety may be risk factors for maladaptive parent–child interactions.}},
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  title        = {{Parental stress, anxiety and trait mindfulness : associations with parent–child mealtime interactions in children with type 1 diabetes}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10865-020-00144-3}},
  volume       = {{43}},
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