Mothers ’ Expressed Emotion and Narrative Coherence : Associations with Preschoolers ’ Behavior Problems in a Multiethnic Sample

@inproceedings{SherCensor2015MothersE,
  title={Mothers ’ Expressed Emotion and Narrative Coherence : Associations with Preschoolers ’ Behavior Problems in a Multiethnic Sample},
  author={Efrat Sher-Censor and Tuppett M. Yates},
  year={2015}
}
This study integrated two views on parents’ narratives regarding their child, the psychiatric model of expressed emotion (EE) and the attachment model of narrative coherence (NC), to examine common and unique associations of maternal EE and NC with preschoolers’ behavior problems across families from varied ethnicities. The five minute speech samples (FMSSs) of 212 Hispanic (59.9 %), Black (18.9 %), and White (21.2 %) mothers were evaluated using Magana-Amato (Manual for coding expressed… CONTINUE READING

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