Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) questionnaire and Adult Attachment Interview (AAI): implications for parent child relationships.

@article{Murphy2014AdverseCE,
  title={Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) questionnaire and Adult Attachment Interview (AAI): implications for parent child relationships.},
  author={Anne K. G. Murphy and Miriam Steele and Shanta Rishi Dube and Jordan Bate and Karen A. Bonuck and Paul L. Meissner and Hannah Goldman and Howard Steele},
  journal={Child abuse & neglect},
  year={2014},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={224-33}
}
Although Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are linked to increased health problems and risk behaviors in adulthood, there are no studies on the association between ACEs and adults' states of mind regarding their early childhood attachments, loss, and trauma experiences. To validate the ACEs questions, we analyzed the association between ACEs and emotional support indicators and Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) classifications in terms of unresolved mourning regarding past loss or trauma and… CONTINUE READING

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