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'Do I really want to know that?' How mothers and adult children talk about menopause
Unformatted Document Text:  Menopause and Personal Health 22 Gannon, L., Ekstrom, B. (1993). Attitudes towards menopause: The influence of sociocultural peradigms. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 17, 275-288. Gonyea, J.L. (1998) Midlife and menopause: Uncharted territories for baby boomer women. Generations, 22, 87-89. Guerrero, L. K. & Affifi, W.A. (1995). Some things are better left unsaid: Topic avoidance in family relationships. Communcation Quarterly, 43, 275-296. Hutchinson, M.K. (2002). The influence of sexual risk communication between parents and daughters on sexual risk behaviors. Family Relations, 51, 238-257. Jordan, J.V., & Surrey, J.L. (1986). The self-in-relation: Empathy in the mother-daughter relationship. In T. Bernay & D.W. Cantor (Eds.), The psychology of today’s woman: New psychoanalytic visions. (pp. 81-104). Analytic Press: Los Angeles. Mansfield, P.K., & Voda, A.M. (1993). From Edith Bunker to the 6:00 news: How and what midlife women learn about menopause. Women and Therapy, 14, 89-104. Neugartan, Wood, Kraines,& Woods (1986) Noller, P. & Baji, S. (1985).Parent-adolescent communication. Journal of Adolescence,8, 125-144. Nollar, P., & Callan, V.J. (1991). Adolescent and parent perceptions of family cohesion and adaptability. Journal of Adolescence, 8, 97-106. Rollins & Whilte (1999) Span, P. (1997). Learning to love menopause. Good Housekeeping, 224, 81-83. Tabachnick, B.G., & Fidell, L.S. (1989). Using multivariate statistics (2nd ed.). New York: Harper Collins.

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Gannon, L., Ekstrom, B. (1993). Attitudes towards menopause: The influence of
sociocultural peradigms. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 17, 275-288.
Gonyea, J.L. (1998) Midlife and menopause: Uncharted territories for baby boomer
women. Generations, 22, 87-89.
Guerrero, L. K. & Affifi, W.A. (1995). Some things are better left unsaid: Topic
avoidance in family relationships. Communcation Quarterly, 43, 275-296.
Hutchinson, M.K. (2002). The influence of sexual risk communication between parents
and daughters on sexual risk behaviors. Family Relations, 51, 238-257.
Jordan, J.V., & Surrey, J.L. (1986). The self-in-relation: Empathy in the mother-daughter
relationship. In T. Bernay & D.W. Cantor (Eds.), The psychology of today’s woman: New
psychoanalytic visions. (pp. 81-104). Analytic Press: Los Angeles.
Mansfield, P.K., & Voda, A.M. (1993). From Edith Bunker to the 6:00 news: How and
what midlife women learn about menopause. Women and Therapy, 14, 89-104.
Neugartan, Wood, Kraines,& Woods (1986)
Noller, P. & Baji, S. (1985).Parent-adolescent communication. Journal of Adolescence,8,
125-144.
Nollar, P., & Callan, V.J. (1991). Adolescent and parent perceptions of family cohesion
and adaptability. Journal of Adolescence, 8, 97-106.
Rollins & Whilte (1999)
Span, P. (1997). Learning to love menopause. Good Housekeeping, 224, 81-83.
Tabachnick, B.G., & Fidell, L.S. (1989). Using multivariate statistics (2nd ed.). New
York: Harper Collins.


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