Adult Recall of Childhood Psychological Maltreatment in “Adult Children of Divorce”: Prevalence and Associations With Concurrent Measures of Well-Being

@article{Baker2011AdultRO,
  title={Adult Recall of Childhood Psychological Maltreatment in “Adult Children of Divorce”: Prevalence and Associations With Concurrent Measures of Well-Being},
  author={Amy J. L. Baker and Naomi Ben-Ami},
  journal={Journal of Divorce \& Remarriage},
  year={2011},
  volume={52},
  pages={203 - 219}
}
One hundred and eighteen adults whose parents divorced when they were 15 years of age or younger participated in an Internet survey of adult recall of psychological maltreatment and standardized outcomes including other forms of maltreatment, self-sufficiency, depression, alcohol dependency, attachment style, and self-esteem. It was hypothesized that rates of psychological maltreatment would be associated with all of these outcomes. Most, but not all, of the associations were borne out. The… 

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