Breaking the cycle: ´The impact of intergenerational transmission of war trauma on the development of the young child´

Er zijn bijna negentig gezinnen onderzocht. Dit onderzoek is afgerond in 2013

Publicaties

  • Ee, E. van, Kleber, R.J. & Mooren, G.T.M. (2012). War trauma lingers on: Associations between maternal posttraumatic stress disorder, parent-child interaction and child development. Infant Mental Health Journal, 33, 459-468.
  • Ee, E. van & Kleber, R.J. (2012). Child in the shadowlands. The Lancet, 380, 642-643.
  • Ee, E. van & Kleber, R.J. (2013). Growing up under a shadow: Key issues in research on and treatment of children born of rape. Child Abuse Review, DOI: 10.1002/car.2270.
  • Ee, E. van, Sleijpen, M., Jongmans, M.J & Kleber, R.J. Father-involvement in a refugee sample: Relations between post-traumatic stress and care-giving. Family Process, Accepted.
  • Ee, E. van, Mooren, G.T.M. & Kleber, R.J. Broken mirrors: Shattered relationships within refugees families. In: R. Pat-Horenczyk, D. Brom, C. Chemtob & J. Vogel (Eds.), Helping children cope with trauma: Individual, family and community perspectives. London: Routledge, forthcoming.
  • Het proefschrift is hier te bestellen.