The influence of family environment on dissociation in pediatric injury patients.

Title

The influence of family environment on dissociation in pediatric injury patients.

Creator

Nugent Nicole R; Sledjeski Eve M; Christopher Norman C; Delahanty Douglas L

Publisher

Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry

Date

2011
2011-10

Subject

Female; Male; Ohio; Socioeconomic Factors; Child; Prospective Studies; Income; Self Report; Confidence Intervals; Family; Social Environment; Human; Semi-Structured Interview; Questionnaires; Chi Square Test; Descriptive Research; Descriptive Statistics; Funding Source; Scales; Correlational Studies; Data Analysis Software; Pretest-Posttest Design; Checklists; Adolescence; Pearson's Correlation Coefficient; Retrospective Design; Analysis of Covariance; Child Development; Bivariate Statistics; Severity of Illness Indices; Family Relations; Family Coping; Interview Guides; Parametric Statistics; Parenting Education; Patient-Family Relations; Dissociative Disorders – Risk Factors; Accidents – Adverse Effects; Wounds and Injuries – Complications

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

485–497

Issue

4

Volume

16

Citation

Nugent Nicole R; Sledjeski Eve M; Christopher Norman C; Delahanty Douglas L, “The influence of family environment on dissociation in pediatric injury patients.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed January 16, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6008.

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