Negative and Distorted Attributions Towards Child, Self, and Primary Attachment Figure Among Posttraumatically Stressed Mothers: What Changes with Clinician Assisted Videofeedback Exposure Sessions (CAVES)

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Title
Negative and Distorted Attributions Towards Child, Self, and Primary Attachment Figure Among Posttraumatically Stressed Mothers: What Changes with Clinician Assisted Videofeedback Exposure Sessions (CAVES)
Journal
Child Psychiatry and Human Development
Author(s)
Schechter Daniel S
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2014
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Language
english
Abstract
This study found that within a non-referred
community pediatrics clinic sample, the severity of mothers’ trauma-related psychopathology, in particular, their
interpersonal violence-related (IPV) posttraumatic stress,
dissociative, and depressive symptoms predicted the degree
of negativity of mothers’ attributions towards their preschool age children, themselves, and their own primary
attachment figure. Results also showed that mothers with
IPV-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as compared to non-PTSD controls showed a significantly greater
degree of negativity of their attributions toward their child,
themselves and their primary attachment figure during
childhood. The study finally found a significant reduction
in the degree of negativity of mothers’ attributions only
towards their child following a three-session evaluationprotocol that included a form of experimental intervention
entitled the ‘‘Clinician Assisted Videofeedback Exposure
Session(s)’’ (CAVES), for mothers with IPV-PTSD as
compared to control-subjects.
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Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation
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