Longitudinal investigation of the relationship among maternal victimization, depressive symptoms, social support, and children's behavior and development.

@article{Koverola2005LongitudinalIO,
  title={Longitudinal investigation of the relationship among maternal victimization, depressive symptoms, social support, and children's behavior and development.},
  author={Catherine Koverola and Mia Papas and Steven C. Pitts and Cristin Murtaugh and Maureen M. Black and Howard Dubowitz},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 12},
  pages={1523-46}
}
This article is a longitudinal investigation of the relationships between maternal victimization, maternal functioning, and children's behavior and development. Participants include 203 mother-child dyads from a low-income population recruited from pediatric primary care clinics. Data are collected when children are 4 and 8 years of age. Child outcomes are… CONTINUE READING