Childhood Abuse and Parental Acceptance-Rejection in Adolescents with Conversion Disorder
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The present research focused on exploring childhood abuse in relation to parental acceptance-rejection in female adolescents with conversion disorder. Different types of childhood abuse were identified by using an indigenously developed Childhood Abuse Interview (CAI, Naz & Kausar, 2012). Parental acceptance-rejection was explored by using the Parental Acceptance-Rejection Questionnaire (PARQ; Rohner & Khaleaque, 2005). The somatoform Symptoms Scale (SSS; Naz & Kausar, 2012) was employed to measure conversion symptoms’ severity.
The sample was comprised of 150 female adolescents (Mean age = 15.15, SD =1.66) diagnosed with conversion disorder. The sample was recruited from three hospitals in Lahore. Results revealed that parental rejection, childhood physical abuse, emotional abuse, and neglect showed a significant positive relationship with the severity of conversion symptoms. Coldness/lack of affection (father), discontinuation of education, childhood physical abuse, and rejection (father) emerged as a significant predictor of severity of conversion symptoms in female adolescents.
Authors of the Article
- Fauzia Naz ([email protected])
- Rukhsana Kausar
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