diagram of the family constellation. It shows the structure of the intergenerational relationships of a family.
Diagram or map of a family, including notation of medial or psychiatric conditions in family members. Used in investigating complex relationships, family history, and multigenerational issues.
a chart that creates a picture of a family
a diagram that shows clearly all the people
a family map that graphically represents the identities and relationships of the extended family
a family tree constructed by the therapist
a flow diagram similar to a family tree that depicts family emotional and biological processes over generations
a graphical representation of a family with a set of simple rules and images
a graphic chart that shows both basic and advanced aspects of the relationships between family members, both within the family, and within the organizational chart for the firm
a graphic illustration of a family and its relationships
a graphic representation of "family" members and relationships over at least
a pictoral vision of a family through three or more generations
a psychological family tree
a schematic diagram of family relationships and diseases, which is used by
a specialized family tree that lets you explore the patterns and relationships running through your family history
a symbolic picture of your family tree
a type of family tree, a diagram of a family over three generations to depict blood and marriage relationships from your grandparent's generation to your own
a visual map of family structure across several generations
a visual/schematic outline of family relationships
a way of drawing a family tree that represents not only the parental or direct lines of descendants but all collateral lines as well
see pedigree diagram
Diagram that depicts the phylogenetic relationship of mitochondrial haplogroups (the line connecting the circles) and the relative size of the populations (the area of the labeled circles).
A schematic representation (drawing) of a familys medical history
a medically-focused family tree construct for the purpose of understanding the health history of a family. Widely used by therapists and physicians as an assessment tool, the genogram is a graphic way of organizing information gathered about a family to reveal health patterns such as prevalence of cancer, alcoholism, depression, and other diseases and conditions.
A schematic representation (drawing) of a family's medical history
A genogram is a pictorial display of a patient's family relationships and medical history. It goes beyond a traditional family tree by allowing the user to visualize hereditary patterns and psychological factors that punctuate relationships. It can be used to identify repetitive patterns of behavior and to recognize hereditary tendencies.