Regulating emotion in parent-child and peer relationships: a comparison of sexually maltreated and nonmaltreated girls.

@article{Shipman2003RegulatingEI,
  title={Regulating emotion in parent-child and peer relationships: a comparison of sexually maltreated and nonmaltreated girls.},
  author={Kimberly L. Shipman and Janice Lillian Zeman and Monica M. Fitzgerald and Lisa M. Swisher},
  journal={Child maltreatment},
  year={2003},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={
          163-72
        }
}
  • Kimberly L. Shipman, Janice Lillian Zeman, +1 author Lisa M. Swisher
  • Published in Child maltreatment 2003
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • This study examined emotion regulation skills in 22 sexually maltreated girls and 22 nonmaltreated girls between 6 and 12 years of age to determine how the experience of sexual maltreatment might interfere with normative emotional development. Findings indicated that sexually maltreated girls, compared to nonmaltreated peers, reported different goals (i.e., inhibiting emotion to avoid conflict vs. displaying emotion to rectify, a situation) for managing their emotional expressivity with their… CONTINUE READING

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