The relative efficacy of two interventions in altering maltreated preschool children's representational models: Implications for attachment theory

@article{Toth2002TheRE,
  title={The relative efficacy of two interventions in altering maltreated preschool children's representational models: Implications for attachment theory},
  author={S. Toth and A. Maughan and J. T. Manly and M. Spagnola and D. Cicchetti},
  journal={Development and Psychopathology},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={877 - 908}
}
A narrative story-stem task was used to evaluate the efficacy of two competing, developmentally informed preventive interventions for maltreated preschoolers and their mothers designed to modify children's internal representations of self and of self in relation to other. One hundred and twenty-two mothers and their preschoolers (87 maltreated and 35 nonmaltreated) served as participants. Maltreating families were randomly assigned to either the preschooler–parent psychotherapy (PPP, n = 23… Expand
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