The Psychological Assessment of Abused and Traumatized Children

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Subject Index

A
AAI, seeAdult Attachment Interview
Abandonment depression, 106
Abused children
affective state representation and, 35, 37
conduct disorders in, 56
empathic failures in, 39
impulse-control problems and, 34, 37, 56
language behavior and, 34, 37
peer perceptions of, 39
peer relationships and, 38-39, 40
cycle of isolation and rejection, 39
physically aggressive relatedness in, 38
verbally aggressive relatedness in, 3
withdrawal and avoidance in, 3
psychotherapy with, 62, 20
representational models, 36
school functioning, 40-41
self-development and, 37-38
teacher perceptions of, 39
transference issues, 62
triangular model of assessment and, 56
unpredictable relatedness and, 38
Abusive parents
dynamics of, 36
Adult Attachment Interview
as measure of attachment, 209
identification of at-risk parents, 210
Affect dedifferentiation, 26, 34
maltreated infants and, 34
Affect regulation
abused and traumatized children and, 34
disruptions in caregiver-child relationship, 33-34
importance of verbalization in, 35
maltreated infants and, 34
Affect-Tone of Relationships Paradigms SCORS scale
description of, 76-78
levels of, 78-80
scoring examples and, 79-80
sexually abused children performance on, 63
splitting and, 76-77
Assessment paradigms, see alsoDevelopmental Psychopathology
DSM-IV versus developmental perspective, 3-4, 10-11, 41-42
four psychologies and, 4, 9, 42
AT, seeAffect-Tone of Relationships Paradigms SCORS scale
Attachment problems in infants and toddlers
adolescent mothers and, 209
later peer relationships and, 36
maltreatment and, 35-36

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