Psychic trauma in children, Parenting
The research team has been examining parenting stress, defined as stress that parents feel in their parenting role, as a mediator of behavioral health outcomes for children exposed to potentially traumatic events. The results of our studies demonstrate the interplay between a child’s exposure to potentially traumatic events and their parent/caregiver’s report of stress related to parenting their child.
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Kaufman, Joy S.; Whitson, Melissa L.; and Crusto, Cindy A., "Parenting Stress as a Mediator of Exposure to Potentially Traumatic Events and Behavioral Health Outcomes in Children and Youth" (2016). Psychology Faculty Publications. 31.
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