Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment

Sansen L, Iffland B, Neuner F (2014)
Psychiatry Research 220(3): 1051-1058.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Experiences of peer victimization have been repeatedly associated with psychological symptoms and disorders. However, as peer victimization is correlated with child maltreatment occurring within the family, it remains unclear whether the pathological effect of peer victimization is an artifact that can be attributed to previous aversive events. To separate the effects of peer victimization from child maltreatment, we studied both event types as well as psychological symptoms in a mixed clinical sample of ambulant and psychiatric patients (N=168), a self-selected community sample recruited through the internet (N=995), and a student sample (N=272). Hierarchical regression analyses showed that, after controlling for child maltreatment, peer victimization accounted for an incremental proportion of the variance of different symptom dimensions in each sample. These results indicate that peer victimization is an independent predictor of psychopathology. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
Stichworte
Psychopathology; Peer victimization; Child maltreatment; Family; Symptom; distress
Erscheinungsjahr
2014
Zeitschriftentitel
Psychiatry Research
Band
220
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
1051-1058
ISSN
0165-1781
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2719067

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Sansen L, Iffland B, Neuner F. Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment. Psychiatry Research. 2014;220(3):1051-1058.
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., & Neuner, F. (2014). Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment. Psychiatry Research, 220(3), 1051-1058. doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2014.09.008
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., and Neuner, F. (2014). Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment. Psychiatry Research 220, 1051-1058.
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., & Neuner, F., 2014. Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment. Psychiatry Research, 220(3), p 1051-1058.
L. Sansen, B. Iffland, and F. Neuner, “Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment”, Psychiatry Research, vol. 220, 2014, pp. 1051-1058.
Sansen, L., Iffland, B., Neuner, F.: Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment. Psychiatry Research. 220, 1051-1058 (2014).
Sansen, Lisa, Iffland, Benjamin, and Neuner, Frank. “Peer victimization predicts psychological symptoms beyond the effects of child maltreatment”. Psychiatry Research 220.3 (2014): 1051-1058.

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