Memories of childhood neglect and abuse: corroboration in a series of sisters.

@article{Bifulco1997MemoriesOC,
  title={Memories of childhood neglect and abuse: corroboration in a series of sisters.},
  author={Andrea Bifulco and George Wilcox Brown and Anita Lillie and Jess Jarvis},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={1997},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={
          365-74
        }
}
Reports from 87 community-based sister-pairs, selected for high rates of neglect or abuse in childhood, have been used to establish validity of the CECA, a retrospective interview measure of childhood experience. Corroboration was based on independent assessments of sisters' accounts of what happened to each other in childhood. Corroboration of scales assessing parental neglect, physical abuse in the household and sexual abuse (either household or nonhousehold) was satisfactory, with a mean… CONTINUE READING
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