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Auswirkungen häuslicher Gewalt auf Kinder und ihre Mütter unter Gesichtspunkten einer entwicklungsorientierten Psychotraumatologie

Auswirkungen häuslicher Gewalt auf Kinder und ihre Mütter unter Gesichtspunkten einer entwicklungsorientierten Psychotraumatologie

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GOMOLLA, Annette, 2009. Auswirkungen häuslicher Gewalt auf Kinder und ihre Mütter unter Gesichtspunkten einer entwicklungsorientierten Psychotraumatologie [Dissertation]. Konstanz: University of Konstanz

@phdthesis{Gomolla2009Auswi-10326, title={Auswirkungen häuslicher Gewalt auf Kinder und ihre Mütter unter Gesichtspunkten einer entwicklungsorientierten Psychotraumatologie}, year={2009}, author={Gomolla, Annette}, address={Konstanz}, school={Universität Konstanz} }

Effects of domestic violence on children and their mothers under viewpoints of a developmental psychotraumatology Gomolla, Annette Gomolla, Annette 2011-03-25T09:16:02Z 2011-03-25T09:16:02Z 2009 Auswirkungen häuslicher Gewalt auf Kinder und ihre Mütter unter Gesichtspunkten einer entwicklungsorientierten Psychotraumatologie The available study delivers a contribution to research about the psychological effects of domestic violence in children an their mothers. 27 women with their 47 children after experiences of domestic violence could be consulted. 78% of the women and 57% of the children showed full symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). There was a correlation between PTSD an length of domestic violence in women and the older group of children (11-13 years). The PTSD symptoms of mothers were connected with the symptoms of the younger children (3-6 years).<br />The children with experiences of domestic violence showed a significant more negative self concept than the control children. Particularly on the scales anxiety and health.<br />Furthermore the children of the testing group used more maladaptive strategies for emotion regulation than the control group. They use especially more maladaptive strategies for anxiety regulation and applied more often self devaluation. application/pdf terms-of-use deu

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