An intergenerational group.
An example of intergenerational is a household where a great grandmother, grandmother, parents and child all live together.
(comparative more intergenerational, superlative most intergenerational)
- Between or across generations.
inter- + generational
- Genograms help uncover intergenerational patterns of behavior, marriage choices, family alliances and conflicts, the existence of family secrets, and other information that sheds light on the family's present situation.
- This concept is used to explain the intergenerational transmission of attitudes, problems, behaviors, and other issues.
- Early intervention may prevent intergenerational poverty.