Narrative representations of caregivers and self in maltreated pre-schoolers.

@article{Toth2000NarrativeRO,
  title={Narrative representations of caregivers and self in maltreated pre-schoolers.},
  author={Sheree L. Toth and Dante Cicchetti and Jenny Macfie and Angeline Maughan and Kirsten M Vanmeenen},
  journal={Attachment & human development},
  year={2000},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={
          271-305
        }
}
This study examined narrative representations of parents and of self, as well as child behavior during the assessment, in maltreated (N = 56) and demographically comparable non-maltreated (N = 37) pre-school-aged children in a one-year longitudinal study. Maltreated children evidenced more negative representations of parents and of self at Time 2, including the juxta-position of both a negative and a grandiose self. Over time there was a marginal interaction such that maltreated children… CONTINUE READING

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