Wives' relationships with food and patterns of family distress

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Pat M. Keith
Robert B. Schafer
Elisabeth Schafer
Cite this article:  Keith, P., Schafer, R., & Schafer, E. (1995). Wives' relationships with food and patterns of family distress. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 23(2), 111-122.


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Using a framework of efficacy and commitment, this research investigated whether efficacy and commitment, were significant enough in the lives of women to differentiate among four patterns of family distress (distressed, undistressed, wife-distressed, and husband-distressed families). Data from personal interviews with 155 women indicated efficacy in food preparation, time spent at work, and control over personal eating differentiated among patterns of family distress.
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