Resilience Following Child Maltreatment: Definitional Considerations and Developmental Variations

Volume: 22, Issue: 3, Pages: 541 - 559
Published: Aug 12, 2019
Abstract
Resilience following childhood maltreatment has received substantial empirical attention, with the number of studies on this construct growing exponentially in the past decade. While there is ample interest, inconsistencies remain about how to conceptualize and assess resilience. Further, there is a lack of consensus on how developmental stage influences resilience and how protective factors affect its expression. The current systematic review...
Paper Details
Title
Resilience Following Child Maltreatment: Definitional Considerations and Developmental Variations
Published Date
Aug 12, 2019
Volume
22
Issue
3
Pages
541 - 559
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