Parental Perceptions of Child Vulnerability in Families of Youth With Spina Bifida: the Role of Parental Distress and Parenting Stress.

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Objective This longitudinal study aimed to investigate parental distress and parenting stress in relation to parental perception of child vulnerability (PPCV) in youth with spina bifida (SB). Methods Parents of 140 youth with SB (ages 8-15 years at Time 1) were recruited as part of a longitudinal study; data were collected at two time points, spaced 2… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsx133

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@article{Driscoll2017ParentalPO, title={Parental Perceptions of Child Vulnerability in Families of Youth With Spina Bifida: the Role of Parental Distress and Parenting Stress.}, author={Colleen F Bechtel Driscoll and Alexa J Stern and Diana Ohanian and Nerissa Fernandes and Autumn N Crowe and S Samaduddin Ahmed and Grayson N. Holmbeck}, journal={Journal of pediatric psychology}, year={2017} }