CHRONIC AND ACUTE NEGLECTED CHILDREN: PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES
Reports on child abuse, and, in particular, the abuse cases involving some form of child neglect, have recently indicated a large increase in the United States. The present study was conducted to determine: (1) specific psychological variables of chronic and acute neglected children, and (2) a comparison of similarities and/or differences of each. Results suggested five of the most frequently stated variables of both S groups, and similarities or significant differences between them by S status.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1998-01-01
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