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This integrative review draws on previous empirical and theoretical work across multiple research traditions, including psychology, sociology, and neurology, to create a framework detailing pathways linking early socioeconomic adversity in childhood and adolescence to subsequent disease risk...
Adolescent-to-parent violence is an increasingly recognized family and societal problem. Documented prevalence rates range between 5 and 22% of the population; however, researchers speculate that this is a gross underestimate. Parents and caregivers are hesitant to report adolescent-to-parent...
Incidents of child-to-parent aggression have been the most under-researched area of domestic violence. The risk factors for child-to-parent aggression are still unknown. This article reviews risk factors that might explain aggression among adolescents. First, an overview of aggression, with a...
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