Perceived Family Competence and Late Adolescence: an Exploratory Look at Affective, Cognitive, and Interpersonal Variables Page: III
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First, thank you to my life partner and best friend,
Bill, without whose unfailing love and support, I could not
have accomplished this important life goal. Next, to Will
and Jack, who have never known a mom who wasn't a student,
for the endless source of joy and humor and constant
reminder of wht is really important—my family. A special
thank you to "Baby Boy Swart" for not making an untimely
appearance. Also, thanks to my family, especially my
sister, Vanessa, my extended family, and numerous friends I
wish I could name, for their love and support during the
last eleven years.
Thanks to my emotional support system: my fellow
graduate students and especially the Dissertation Support
Group. Very special thanks go to my very special "sisters,"
Kay Bryant, Janet Huggins, and Phyllis Jones, each of whom
was there for me countless times. Thank you to Larry
Campbell and Lee Doyle for their guidance in my growth, both
as a person and as a therapist.
Thanks to the numerous supervisors I've had throughout
my clinical training. And last, I extend my appreciation to
the persons who guided and supported me throughout the
dissertation process, Ed Watkins, my committee, and to Joy
McCreary, whose generous cooperation allowed me to complete
the process before Baby.
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Swart, Jana L. (Jana Leigh). Perceived Family Competence and Late Adolescence: an Exploratory Look at Affective, Cognitive, and Interpersonal Variables, dissertation, August 1992; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278332/m1/5/: accessed January 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .