Children's disaster reactions: the influence of family and social factors.

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This review examines family (demographics, parent reactions and interactions, and parenting style) and social (remote effects, disaster media coverage, exposure to secondary adversities, and social support) factors that influence children's disaster reactions. Lower family socioeconomic status, high parental stress, poor parental coping, contact with media… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11920-015-0597-6

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@article{Pfefferbaum2015ChildrensDR, title={Children's disaster reactions: the influence of family and social factors.}, author={Betty J Pfefferbaum and Anne K. Jacobs and J. Brian Houston and Natalie Griffin}, journal={Current psychiatry reports}, year={2015}, volume={17 7}, pages={57} }