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DO ABUSED CHILDREN BECOME ABUSIVE PARENTS?

DO ABUSED CHILDREN BECOME ABUSIVE PARENTS?,10.1111/j.1939-0025.1987.tb03528.x,American Journal of Orthopsychiatry,Joan Kaufman,Edward Zigler

DO ABUSED CHILDREN BECOME ABUSIVE PARENTS?   (Citations: 241)
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Journal: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry - AMER J ORTHOPSYCHIAT , vol. 57, no. 2, pp. 186-192, 2010
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    • ...The intergenerational transmission of childhood maltreatment, which occurs when maltreated children become maltreating parents, has been robustly demonstrated in numerous studies (Heyman & Slep, 2002; Kaufman & Zigler, 1987; Leifer, Kilbane, Jacobsen, & Grossman, 2004; Pears & Capaldi, 2001; Zuravin, McMillen, DePanfilis, & Risley-Curtis, 1996)...

    Natalie A. Cortet al. Maternal Intergenerational Transmission of Childhood Multitype Maltrea...

    • ...Overall, it has been estimated that 25% to 35% of parent-child dyads show intergenerational transmission of maltreatment (Kaufman and Zigler 1987)...

    Yuko Okadoet al. The Impact of Extreme Emotional Distance in the Mother-Child Relations...

    • ...Adults who have been abused as children may become perpetrators of abuse as adults; although this is generally not the case [10]...

    Ramesh Kumar Senet al. Battered baby with multiple epiphyseal separations: case report and re...

    • ...In parallel with the present findings, other studies have reported a strong correlation between exposure to domestic violence and the use of violence by the victim towards her child (Vahip and Doğanavsargil 2006; Neugebauer 2000; Hemenway et al. 1994; Simons et al. 1991; Zaidi et al. 1989; Kaufman and Zigler 1987)...

    Nevin Hotun Şahinet al. Childhood Trauma, Type of Marriage and Self-Esteem as Correlates of Do...

    • ...An early review by Kaufman and Zigler (1987) illustrates three studies to demonstrate how research design can produce large discrepancies in transmission rates...
    • ...improvethequalityofintergenerationaltransmission research, the key message from studies to date is that the majority of victimized parents do not follow this pattern (Browne 1995a, Kaufman and Zigler 1987; Widom 1989a)...
    • ...Whilst previous research demonstrates that a history of childhood abuse does predispose individuals to a greater number of risk factors in adult life associated with child maltreatment (Dixon et al. 2005a, b), the results of this study and other research (e.g., Browne 1995a, Kaufman and Zigler 1987; Widom 1989a), demonstrate the majority of victimized parents are not abusive to their child(ren)...
    • ...Consequently, estimates for the intergenerational transmission of maltreatment from studies using self-report methods vary greatly from 18–70%, with an average of 30% (Kaufman and Zigler 1987)...

    Louise Dixonet al. Patterns of Risk and Protective Factors in the Intergenerational Cycle...

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