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The role of coping strategies in the pathway between child maltreatment and internalizing and externalizing behaviors.

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Summary of "The role of coping strategies in the pathway between child maltreatment and internalizing and externalizing behaviors."

Child maltreatment has been repeatedly linked to internalizing and externalizing disorders, though few studies have examined the mechanisms of this pathway. Furthermore, children cope with difficult demands from their environments in a variety of ways, using emotion-focused (e.g., crying and verbal aggression), avoidant (e.g., disengaging), or problem-focused (e.g., seeking help from an adult) strategies.

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Name: Child abuse & neglect
ISSN: 1873-7757
Pages: 104323

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