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Quantitative Research Article Critique

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Can you provide a brief summary and critique of the two quantitative research articles (one attached, one referenced) and comment on the main methodological features of each study. Please provide in the summary and critique the reader with enough information that they can grasp the essence of the study's purpose, methods, design, and results.

Reference (Article 2):

Tami M. Videon. The Effects of Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Parental Separation on Adolescent Well-Being. Journal of Marriage and Family, Vol. 64, No. 2 (May, 2002), pp. 489-503.


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I was able to find the second article on JSTOR. I gave you a thumbnail sketch of the methods, purposes and results of both studies.

Article 1

Wendy Welsh and AJ Stewart. Relationships between Woman and their Parents; Implications for Midlife Well Being. Psychology and Aging, Vol 10, No 2, (1995) 181-190

- The concept is how the changing roles of women since the 1970s have affected middle aged woman's relationship with their mothers.
- Data taken only from Radcliffe College graduates (89 total)
- This lack of congruence between the younger and older generation is theorized to have negative impacts on their mutual relationships (they become strangers to each other because of a different lifestyle). This relationship is the dependent variable.

- The model is based on perceptions of the relationships between these graduates and their mothers, comparisons of the daughters and mothers at age 37, measures of emotional well being at age 48 (these are the ...

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