A Decade Later : Adolescents ’ Memory for Medical Emergencies

@inproceedings{Peterson2015ADL,
  title={A Decade Later : Adolescents ’ Memory for Medical Emergencies},
  author={Carole Peterson},
  year={2015}
}
Approximately a decade earlier, 39 adolescents (3–5 years old at the time of event occurrence) were interviewed about stressful injuries serious enough to require hospital emergency room treatment. Parent and/or other witnesses were also interviewed to provide a record against which children’s recall was compared. Prior to the current follow-up, the adolescents had varying numbers of interviews (2–5), and half had been interviewed 5 years previously, whereas the remainder had not been… CONTINUE READING

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