Perceived social support and competence in abused children: A longitudinal perspective

@article{Kinard2005PerceivedSS,
  title={Perceived social support and competence in abused children: A longitudinal perspective},
  author={E. Milling Kinard},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={73-98}
}
The stress-social support-psychological well-being model and the social network theory of child development were used to examine the impact of child abuse and maternal perceptions of social support and competence on child perceptions of social support and competence at two points in time. The influence of child social support on child competence was also assessed. The sample consisted of 165 abused children and their mothers and a matched comparison group of 169 nonabused children and their… CONTINUE READING

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