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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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The study has been undertaken to study the relationship between parental personality and parent-child relational problems in parents of Punjab, Pakistan.
Most research on changes in parent-child relationships during the transition to adolescence has relied on small, predominantly White, middle-class samples.
The parent-child attorneys were more negative about the use of IEP facilitation as a means to resolve disagreements and avoid the filing of a due process complaint.
2009) sought to assess the relationship between parent-child agreement, family conflict, and health outcomes using glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) levels as a measure of adherence.
In this study, Yeh's model and assessment scales were customized to Asian culture and used to test the relationship between parent-child relationships and depressive mood among Taiwanese youth.
Only six programmes addressed the regulation of children's behaviour, three parent-child connectedness or attachment, and one parental modelling of appropriate behaviour, yet wider research suggests that these are the parenting dimensions most clearly associated with children's sexual outcomes.
Wang, along with colleagues compared the correlations between parent-child pairs' dietary intakes, by type of parent-child pairs (for example, mother-daughter vs.
A new study in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that long-term caretaking duties puts further strain on adult parent-child relationships.
Macdonald (1992) proposed that parent-child relationships are related to children's emotional development and behaviors.
Although there can be so many factors predisposing adolescents towards aggression but the focus of the present study is perceived quality of parent-child relationship as a predictor.
The closeness of a parent-adolescent relationship and the quality of communication within that relationship are important predictors of teenagers' sexual risk-taking; evidence from a study of a program aimed at enhancing parent-child sexual communication suggests that parents' repetition of sex-related information may be a more important predictor of those relationship characteristics than the breadth of sexual communication.
If the parent-child relationship has never progressed to an adult-to-adult relationship, then all of the childhood fears of being abandoned will be reactivated, no matter how old the child is.

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