Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The Protective Effects of Religiosity on Maladjustment among Maltreated and Nonmaltreated Children: "Significant interactions indicated protective effects of religiosity. Child reports of the importance of faith were related to lower levels of internalizing symptomatology among maltreated girls (t = −2.81, p < .05). Child reports of attendance at religious services were associated with lower levels of externalizing symptomatology among nonmaltreated boys (t = 1.94, p = .05)."
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