Children Affected by War and Armed Conflict: Parental Protective Factors and Resistance to Mental Health Symptoms

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Slone, Michelle; Shoshani, Anat;
(2017)

This study examined the role of parenting styles and parental warmth in moderating relations between exposure to political life events and mental health symptoms among 277 Israeli adolescents aged 12–14 and their parents, who had been exposed to protracted periods of wa... View more
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