Classes and consequences of multiple maltreatment: a person-centered analysis.

@article{Berzenski2011ClassesAC,
  title={Classes and consequences of multiple maltreatment: a person-centered analysis.},
  author={Sara R. Berzenski and Tuppett M. Yates},
  journal={Child maltreatment},
  year={2011},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={250-61}
}
While the overwhelming majority of research on the consequences of childhood maltreatment reports differential outcomes of specific maltreatment subtypes (e.g., physical abuse vs. emotional abuse) as though they are independent, maltreatment experiences often occur in combination. The present study evaluated multiple maltreatment experiences in a sample of 2,637 undergraduate students who reported on childhood maltreatment and current adjustment. The authors used latent class analysis to… CONTINUE READING

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