Mothers of children with externalizing behavior problems: cognitive risk factors for abuse potential and discipline style and practices.

@article{McElroy2008MothersOC,
  title={Mothers of children with externalizing behavior problems: cognitive risk factors for abuse potential and discipline style and practices.},
  author={Erika M McElroy and Christina M. Rodr{\'i}guez},
  journal={Child abuse & neglect},
  year={2008},
  volume={32 8},
  pages={
          774-84
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Utilizing the conceptual framework of the Social Information Processing (SIP) model (Milner, 1993, 2000), associations between cognitive risk factors and child physical abuse risk and maladaptive discipline style and practices were examined in an at-risk population. METHODS Seventy-three mothers of 5-12-year-old children, who were identified by their therapist as having an externalizing behavior problem, responded to self-report measures pertaining to cognitive risk factors… CONTINUE READING

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