Configurations of common childhood psychosocial risk factors.

  title={Configurations of common childhood psychosocial risk factors.},
  author={William E. Copeland and Lilly Shanahan and Elizabeth Jane Costello and Adrian Angold},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  volume={50 4},
BACKGROUND Co-occurrence of psychosocial risk factors is commonplace, but little is known about psychiatrically-predictive configurations of psychosocial risk factors. METHODS Latent class analysis (LCA) was applied to 17 putative psychosocial risk factors in a representative population sample of 920 children ages 9 to 17. The resultant class structure was retested in a representative population sample of 1420 children aged 9 to 13. In each sample, the child and one parent were interviewed… CONTINUE READING

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