Analog assessment of frustration tolerance: association with self-reported child abuse risk and physiological reactivity.

Abstract

Although frustration has long been implicated in promoting aggression, the potential for poor frustration tolerance to function as a risk factor for physical child abuse risk has received minimal attention. Instead, much of the extant literature has examined the role of anger in physical abuse risk, relying on self-reports of the experience or expression of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.02.017

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@article{Rodriguez2015AnalogAO, title={Analog assessment of frustration tolerance: association with self-reported child abuse risk and physiological reactivity.}, author={Christina M. Rodriguez and Mary Bower Russa and John C. Kircher}, journal={Child abuse & neglect}, year={2015}, volume={46}, pages={121-31} }