Maternal and child reflective functioning in the context of child sexual abuse: pathways to depression and externalising difficulties.

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BACKGROUND Sexual abuse is a well-recognised risk factor for child psychopathology. Little is known regarding whether child and maternal mentalization can be considered a potential resource or protective factor in this context, respectively, mediating or moderating the relationship between sexual abuse and psychopathology. OBJECTIVE The aims of this study… (More)
DOI: 10.3402/ejpt.v7.30611

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