Maltreated children's reports of relatedness to their teachers

Authors

  • Michael Lynch,

    Advanced doctoral student
    1. Developmental psychology at the University of Rochester. Since 1988, he has been the coordinator of the summer camp and after-school programs at Mount Hope Family Center in Rochester, New York. His research interests include child maltreatment, attachment relationships, peer relationships, and mental representation from the perspective of developmental psychopathology
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  • Dante Cicchetti

    Director of Mount Hope Family Center
    1. Professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Rochester, and editor of Development and Psychopathology. His primary theoretical and research interests are in the areas of developmental psychopathology and developmental neuroscience
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Abstract

Maltreated children's relationships with their teachers provide information about the coherence, role, and function of alternative or secondary attachments.

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