Biblio Index

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2016
Mazzoni S, Padula G, Carone N.  2016.  Applications of the Lausanne Trilogue Play paradigm to Family Therapy: a homoparental case. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(1):34-53.PDF icon IJFS-2016-1-3.pdf (817.11 KB)
Serbati S, Santello F, Colombini S, Milani P.  2016.  Challenges for the Evaluation of the P.I.P.P.I. - Programme of Intervention for Prevention of Institutionalisation: between Partecipative and Experimental Pathways. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(2):1-24.PDF icon IJFS-2016-2-1.pdf (318.95 KB)
Trappolin L.  2016.  The Construction of Lesbian and Gay Parenthood in Sociological Research. A Critical Analysis of the International Literature. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(2):41-59.PDF icon IJFS-2016-2-3.pdf (277.79 KB)
Segatto B.  2016.  The Crisis of Adoption and the Crisis within the Adoptive Families. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(2):25-40.PDF icon IJFS-2016-2-2.pdf (210.3 KB)
Galbussera M.  2016.  The Hikikomori phenomenon: when your bedroom becomes a prison cell. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(1):54-72.PDF icon IJFS-2016-1-4.pdf (228.63 KB)
Gatta M, Del Col L, Battistella P.  2016.  The Italian Health Ministry Project The Lausanne Trilogue Play as A Psychodiagnostic And Therapeutic Tool in a Public Neuropsychiatry Unit. Preliminary Findings.. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(1):1-13.PDF icon IJFS-2016-1-1.pdf (189.15 KB)
Brianda MElena, Miscioscia M, Simonelli A.  2016.  The quality of family interactions and marital satisfaction from pregnancy to the child’s age of 10 years: A preliminary report.. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(1):14-33.PDF icon IJFS-2016-1-2.pdf (285.76 KB)
Mosconi A.  2016.  A Systemic Approach to Psychological work with Families. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 21(2):60-78.PDF icon IJFS-2016-2-4.pdf (259.02 KB)
2015
Scarcelli CMarco.  2015.  Adolescents, digital media and romantic relationship. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(2):36-52.PDF icon 20_2_03.pdf (394.78 KB)
Granata G.  2015.  Child marriage today: which perspective for girls? Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(1):38-53.PDF icon 20_1_03.pdf (275.41 KB)
Musumeci R, Naldini M, Santero A.  2015.  First-time fathers and child care. Persistence and innovation in the italian fatherhood regime.. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(1):1-19.PDF icon 20_1_01.pdf (501.58 KB)
Russo L, Arima LFrancesco, Rinaldi C, Scoditti S, Di Pietro M, Trabacca A.  2015.  ICEB-2: Emotional Basic Knowledge Interview. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(2):53-83.PDF icon 20_2_04.pdf (646.57 KB)
Cerulo M.  2015.  Masks and Roles in Daily Life Young People and the Management of Emotions. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(2):1-19.PDF icon 20_2_01.pdf (423.53 KB)
Sgaramella TMaria, Ginevra MCristina, Di Maggio I, Santilli S, Ferrari L.  2015.  Positive Youth Development in Preadolescence: The Contribution of Recent Theoretical Paradigms and Positive, Strengths Based Interventions. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(2):20-35.PDF icon 20_2_02.pdf (493.05 KB)
Bordon E.  2015.  Relationships among parents: on-line advices. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 20(1):20-37.PDF icon 20_1_02.pdf (366.14 KB)
2014
Quagelli L, Balottin L.  2014.  Acting in adolescence: Symptom or Developmental transition? Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):70-82.PDF icon 19_2_05.pdf (271.19 KB)
De Palo F, Capra N, Simonelli A, Parolin M.  2014.  Addicted babies: an assessment protocol of development in children born and grown in a therapeutic community context. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):1-21.PDF icon 19_2_01.pdf (336.04 KB)
Pavan L.  2014.  Adolescence between temporary crisis and breakdown evolution. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):83-86.PDF icon 19_2_06.pdf (135.45 KB)
Gatta M, Del Col L, Battistella P.  2014.  Adolescents with mental disorders: an experience of Multiprofessional approach. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):51-69.PDF icon 19_2_04.pdf (423.75 KB)
Pavan L, Pavan C.  2014.  Alarm bells in suicide risk. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):87-91.PDF icon 19_2_07.pdf (233.18 KB)
Tartari M.  2014.  The ambivalent child. Sexual abuse and representations of childhood in the media and social arenas.. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(1):1-19.PDF icon 19_1_01.pdf (426.89 KB)
Amadasi S.  2014.  Beyond belonging. How migrant children actively construct their cultural identities in the interaction. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(1):136-152.PDF icon 19_1_08.pdf (382.06 KB)
Mannarini S.  2014.  CALL FOR PAPERS. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):92-93.PDF icon 19_2_08.pdf (261.97 KB)
Ines T, Loriana DCataldo.  2014.  Death Education for adolescent suicide prevention between family and school: a review. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(2):37-50.PDF icon 19_2_03.pdf (279.48 KB)
Casalini B.  2014.  The Early Childhood Education and Care Policy Debate in the EU. Interdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies. 19(1):77-94.PDF icon 19_1_05.pdf (396.06 KB)

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