Children's Appraisals and Involvement in Interparental Conflict: Do They Contribute Independently to Child Adjustment?

This study examines concurrent and prospective relations between children's threat and self-blame appraisals of interparental conflict, their involvement in interparental conflict, and their internalizing and externalizing problems. 539 children aged 7-10 years old and their mothers participated in the study. They completed 3 assessments spaced 6 months… CONTINUE READING