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Citation

Peterson C, Roberts C. Dev. Psychol. 2003; 39(3): 551-62.

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(Copyright © 2003, American Psychological Association)

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Abstract

Examined free recall narratives of younger and older children and their parents independently interviewed about injuries requiring hospital emergency treatment. Found that mothers' narratives were more cohesive and coherent than fathers', and girls' narratives differed from boys' in parallel ways. Parent and child measures were correlated; narratives of mother-older daughter dyads showed striking similarity in length, elaboration, cohesion, coherence, and provision of context, with no similarity within other dyads.


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