Parent-child discrepancy in reporting children's post-traumatic stress reactions after a traffic accident.

@article{Dyb2003ParentchildDI,
  title={Parent-child discrepancy in reporting children's post-traumatic stress reactions after a traffic accident.},
  author={Grete Dyb and Are Holen and Kjersti Braenne and Marit S. Indredavik and J Aarseth},
  journal={Nordic journal of psychiatry},
  year={2003},
  volume={57 5},
  pages={
          339-44
        }
}
This study examines possible parent-child discrepancies in the reporting of post-traumatic stress reactions in children after a traffic accident. Sixteen children exposed to the same traffic accident were interviewed about post-traumatic stress reactions at 5 weeks and at 6 months after the event, utilizing the Child Posttraumatic Stress Reaction Index (CPTS-RI). Independently, the parents' reported their child's degree of post-traumatic stress reactions on the CPTS-RI: Parent questionnaire, at… CONTINUE READING

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