Relationships between maternal emotion regulation, parenting, and children's executive functioning in families exposed to intimate partner violence.

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Recently researchers have begun to explore the extent to which children's cognitive development is influenced by experiences in the family environment. Assessing mother-child dyads exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV), a population at risk for emotional and neurocognitive problems, we examined relationships between maternal emotional regulation… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0886260512445385

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@article{Samuelson2012RelationshipsBM, title={Relationships between maternal emotion regulation, parenting, and children's executive functioning in families exposed to intimate partner violence.}, author={Kristin Samuelson and Casey E Krueger and Christina K. Wilson}, journal={Journal of interpersonal violence}, year={2012}, volume={27 17}, pages={3532-50} }