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100 1  Asher, Sara 
245 10 Adolescent Experiences Associated with Child Abuse 
       Potential: A Closer Look at Physical Abuse, Witnessing 
       Domestic Violence and Perceived Parental Bond 
300    78 p 
500    Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 72-
       01, Section: B, page: 0568 
500    Adviser: Anastasia Yasik 
502    Thesis (Psy.D.)--Pace University, 2010 
520    The relationship between adolescent physical abuse, 
       witnessing domestic violence, perceived parental bond and 
       the potential to abuse was investigated in a longitudinal 
       study of victims of adolescent physical abuse and their 
       non-abused peers. The sample consisted of 67 young adults 
       who were abused as adolescents and 78 young adults who 
       were not. Adolescent physical abuse was determined by 
       substantiated cases of physical abuse during the ages 12--
       18 after investigation by the Nassau and Suffolk County 
       Child Protective Services. At Time I, all participants 
       were administered the Parental Bonding Instrument (PBI; 
       Parker, Tupling, & Brown, 1979) to assess perceived 
       maternal and paternal parenting. In addition, all 
       participants were administered the Conflict Tactics Scale 
       (CTS; Straus, 1979b) to obtain history of witnessing 
       domestic violence. Among the overall sample, 33 
       participants, 29 in the abuse group and 4 in the non-abuse
       group, had witnessed domestic violence. At Time II, all 
       participants were administered the Child Abuse Potential 
       Inventory (CAPI; Milner, 1979) to assess the potential to 
       physically abuse one's children. The results indicated 
       that adolescent physical abuse significantly predicted the
       potential to abuse. Perceived low care from both parents 
       combined predicted the potential to abuse. Perceived 
       parenting from either the father or the mother had no 
       relationship with the potential to abuse. Witnessing 
       domestic violence had no relationship with the potential 
       to abuse. There was no cumulative effect of abuse types 
       (adolescent physical abuse and witnessing domestic 
       violence) on the potential to abuse 
590    School code: 0483 
650  4 Psychology, Counseling 
650  4 Psychology, Clinical 
690    0603 
690    0622 
710 2  Pace University 
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