- Here are entered works on a pattern of coping that develops from an individual's prolonged exposure to a person with alcoholism, chemical dependency, or other chronic impairment, and results in a preoccupation with or dependence on the person, along with neglect of the self.
- Codependent behavior
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Work cat.: Schaef, A.W. Co-dependence, 1986.
- found: Whitfield, C.L. Healing the child within, 1987: pp. 23-27.
- found: Weigsheider, C.S.: Choice-making: for co-dependent, adult children and spirituality seekers, 1985.
- found: Whitfield, C.L. Co-alcoholism: recognising a treatable illness. Family & Comm. healh, vol. 7 Summer 1984.
- found: Cermak, T.L. Diagnosing and treating co-dependence: a guide for professionals who work w/ chemical dependents, their spouses, and children, 1986.
- found: Hennepin (Co-dependency (Psychology))
- found: Thes. of psych. index terms (codependency)
- found: LC data base, 3/3/92 (co-dependence; codependence; codependency; co-dependency)
- notfound: Dorland's med. dict.;Gould's med. dict.;Stedman's med. dict.;Kaplan psych.;Campbell psych. dict.;Dict. of psychology;Encyc. dict. psych.;Baker encyc. psych.;Random House;Third Barnhart dict. of new English;Ox. dict. of new words
Here are entered works on a pattern of coping that develops from an individual's prolonged exposure to a person with alcoholism, chemical dependency, or other chronic impairment, and results in a preoccupation with or dependence on the person, along with neglect of the self.
- 1987-01-13: new
- 1992-03-13: revised
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