Child appraisals of interparental conflict: The effects of intimate partner violence and the quality of parent-child relationships

@inproceedings{Figge2015ChildAO,
  title={Child appraisals of interparental conflict: The effects of intimate partner violence and the quality of parent-child relationships},
  author={Caleb J. Figge},
  year={2015}
}
Children’s appraisals of parental conflict, particularly perceived levels of threat, self-blame, and coping efficacy, have consistently been shown to mediate the association between conflict exposure and maladaptive outcomes. However, few studies have examined factors that may contribute to children’s use of these maladaptive appraisals, particularly among children exposed to more severe forms of interparental conflict. The current study will examine the influence of intimate partner violence… CONTINUE READING

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