Effects of maltreatment on coping and emotion regulation in childhood and adolescence: A meta-analytic review.

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Summary of "Effects of maltreatment on coping and emotion regulation in childhood and adolescence: A meta-analytic review."

Child maltreatment is consistently linked to adverse mental and physical health problems, making the identification of risk and resilience processes crucial for prevention efforts. The ways that individuals cope and regulate emotions in response to stress may buffer against pre-existing risk, while deficits in these processes have the potential to amplify risk. Thus, a candidate mechanism to explain the association between early-life abuse and neglect and later maladjustment is the way in which previously-maltreated youth respond to stress throughout development.


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Name: Child abuse & neglect
ISSN: 1873-7757
Pages: 104446


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