Social information-processing patterns partially mediate the effect of early physical abuse on later conduct problems.

@article{Dodge1995SocialIP,
  title={Social information-processing patterns partially mediate the effect of early physical abuse on later conduct problems.},
  author={Kenneth A. Dodge and Gregory S. Pettit and John E. Bates and Ernest Valente},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  year={1995},
  volume={104 4},
  pages={
          632-43
        }
}
The authors tested the hypothesis that early physical abuse is associated with later externalizing behavior outcomes and that this relation is mediated by the intervening development of biased social information-processing patterns. They assessed 584 randomly selected boys and girls from European American and African American backgrounds for the lifetime experience of physical abuse through clinical interviews with mothers prior to the child's matriculation in kindergarten. Early abuse… CONTINUE READING

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