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Mediating effect of emotional/behavioral problems and academic competence between parental abuse/neglect and school adjustment

Title
Mediating effect of emotional/behavioral problems and academic competence between parental abuse/neglect and school adjustment
Authors
Oh I.Song J.
Ewha Authors
오인수
SCOPUS Author ID
오인수scopus
Issue Date
2018
Journal Title
Child Abuse and Neglect
ISSN
0145-2134JCR Link
Citation
Child Abuse and Neglect vol. 86, pp. 393 - 402
Keywords
Abuse; Academic competence; Emotional/behavioral problems; Neglect; School adjustment
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
The current study examined the mediating effects of emotional/behavioral problems and academic competence between parental abuse/neglect and a child's school adjustment by investigating 2070 student surveys from the Korean Child Youth Panel Study (KCYPS). A path analysis yielded the following key findings. Firstly, childhood abuse and neglect showed a significant negative and direct effect on school adjustment. It is particularly important to note that the effect of neglect was bigger than that of abuse in this study. Secondly, emotional/behavioral problems were found to partially mediate between abuse/neglect and school adjustment. Thirdly, academic competence partially mediated the effect of neglect on school adjustment, while it did not mediate the effect of abuse on school adjustment. The indirect effect of parental neglect via emotional/behavioral problems and academic competence was stronger than that of parental abuse. The influence of parental abuse and neglect on children's school adjustments was discussed in terms of emotional/behavioral problems and academic competence considering unique Korean cultural context. © 2017 Elsevier Ltd
DOI
10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.06.007
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사범대학 > 교육학과 > Journal papers
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