10209maltx - Psych of theFam ily Maltre e atm nt C xts for...

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Psych of the Family Maltreatment Contexts for maltreatment Exposure to DV Characteristics Consequences Discussion Questions Prevention Models Interventions Case Response
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Contexts for Maltreatment Experience by Children Parental abuse/neglect Sibling abuse Extra-familial adult abuse Peer abuse Community violence Institutionalized violence (e.g. school/church) Poverty, systemic neglect of children
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Psychological Maltreatment 8% - 28% of reported abuse cases 86% parents use verbal aggression (Strauss et al, 1998) Am. Pro. Soc. On the Abuse of Children Guidelines (1995): Spurning (Rejecting/Degrading) Terrorizing (Threats/Fear) Exploiting/Corrupting Denying Emotional Responsiveness Isolating Medical/Educational/Mental health neglect
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Exposure to DV Children as silent victims 13 -37% undergrads report exposure 30% adults self reported violence at some point in their
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