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Using the CES-D with custodial grandmothers: cross-validation and convergent validity.

J Ment Health Aging (Lond) 2017 ;1(1):1-9

University of North Texas, USA.

Objective: This study is the first to analyze the factor structure of the Center for Epistemological Studies Depression (CES-D) Scale with custodial grandmothers involving both cross validation and convergent validity analyses.

Method: Cross validation was accomplished with two different samples of custodial grandmothers (GCM) to calibrate (=733; Average Age=52) and then validate (=343; Average Age=52.5) the model. Read More

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January 2017
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Parenting Stress: A Comparison of Grandmother Caretakers and Mothers.

J Ment Health Aging 2002 ;8(3):197-210

Case Western Reserve University.

Parenting stress in grandmother caretakers has not been directly compared with a matched sample of mothers in the caretaker role. This study examined the main and interaction effects of caretaker status, employment, and race on parenting stress and whether these factors affect parenting stress in a convenience sample of grandmothers raising grandchildren (n = 86) and a sample of mothers of preschoolers (n = 86), matched for women's partner status, race, and employment. Grandmothers raising grandchildren reported more overall parenting stress and parental distress than mothers. Read More

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January 2002
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