Research Points to Transmission of Neglectful Child Abuse Through Generations

Research Points to Transmission of Neglectful Child Abuse Through Generations
Chronicle of Social Change - May 30, 2016
Wilson pulls together research from a new wave of scholarship over the last 10-15 years about how neglect can span multiple generations, and stem from other forms of abuse. It highlights findings from Carolyn Widom's longitudinal study of intergenerational neglect, and Bartlett and Easterbrook's study of infant neglect, as well as their study of adolescent mothers.

Review the report: https://www.upbring.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/White-Paper-VII_Intergenerational-Abuse_FINAL.pdf

Review the full article: https://chronicleofsocialchange.org/research-and-resources/research-points-transmission-neglectful-child-abuse-generations/18374