Adolescents' internalizing problems following traumatic brain injury are related to parents' psychiatric symptoms.

@article{Peterson2013AdolescentsIP,
  title={Adolescents' internalizing problems following traumatic brain injury are related to parents' psychiatric symptoms.},
  author={Robin Leonhardt Peterson and Michael W. Kirkwood and HughR. Taylor and Terry Stancin and Tanya M. Brown and Shari L. Wade},
  journal={The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={
          E1-12
        }
}
BACKGROUND A small body of previous research has demonstrated that pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI) increases risk for internalizing problems, but findings have varied regarding their predictors and correlates. METHODS We examined the level and correlates of internalizing symptoms in 130 teens who had sustained a complicated mild to severe TBI within the past 1 to 6 months. Internalizing problems were measured via both maternal- and paternal-report Child Behavior Checklist. We also… CONTINUE READING
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