|Household income, economic pressure, and depressive mood among unmarried women in midlife: the moderating effects of locus of control, financial instrumental support received from parents, and race
||This investigation uses data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Young Women to replicate studies identifying the associations among household income, economic pressure, and depressive mood in an economically diverse, national sample of white an...
|Household income and depressive mood among single women in midlife : a nuanced approach across economic strata
||"Using data from the 1999 wave of the National Longitudinal Survey of Young Women (NLS-YW), this study examined the relationship between income and self-reported depressive mood in a national sample of 772 unmarried women aged 45 to 58. ANCOVA was us...
|A contextual process model of the associations among family vulnerabilities, life stressors, marital behavior, marital satisfaction, and personal well-being
||"The association between marital satisfaction and spouses' personal well-being is well established in the family studies and family psychology literatures. Although models specifying the ways in which contextual variables and life stressors influence...
|Implications of intensive mothering beliefs for the well-being of full-time employed mothers of infants: moderating effects of childcare satisfaction and workplace flexibility
||Hays (1996) was the first to describe the construct of intensive mothering beliefs, yet little empirical research exists to substantiate its prevalence among contemporary mothers and its implications for their lives. The purpose of this study was to ...
|Predictors of change in relationship quality among first-time unmarried parents
||Change in perceived relationship quality among unmarried first-time parents was examined using a subsample of the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study. Mothers (N = 990) and fathers (N = 885) were interviewed at childbirth and one year postpart...
|Spillover and crossover effects of Mexican immigrant wives' acculturative stress on spouses' marital satisfaction and marital conflict as moderated by wives' marriage work with husband and close friend
||Using data gathered during home interviews with 110 first-generation, Mexican immigrant, legally married and living as married couples recruited via cultural insiders and snowball sampling methods, spillover and crossover links were examined between ...