Subjective and objective measures of parent-child relationship dysfunction, child separation distress, and joint attention.

@article{Schechter2010SubjectiveAO,
  title={Subjective and objective measures of parent-child relationship dysfunction, child separation distress, and joint attention.},
  author={Daniel Scott Schechter and Erica Willheim and Claudia Hinojosa and Kimberly Scholfield-Kleinman and jon. turner and J. Dysart McCaw and Charles H. Zeanah and Michael M. Myers},
  journal={Psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={130-44}
}
The literature suggests an adverse impact of maternal stress related to interpersonal violence on parent-child interaction. The current study investigated associations between a mother's self-reported parent-child relationship dysfunction and what she does in response to her child's cues. It also examined whether maternal perception of parent-child dysfunctional interaction and child behavior when stressed by separation, along with maternal behavior in response to child distress, predicted… CONTINUE READING

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