The Protective Effects of Intimate Partner Relationships on Depressive Symptomatology Among Adult Parents Maltreated as Children.


PURPOSE We examined whether intimate partner relationships in general, and satisfying and stable intimate partner relationships in particular, protect victims of child maltreatment from depressive symptoms during young adulthood. METHODS Prospective, longitudinal data on 485 parents, 99 maltreated during childhood, were used. Longitudinal multilevel… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2015.02.015


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