Children in the crossfire: The cumulative effect of political violence, parent-child relations, and individual characteristics, on the development of aggression

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In societies around the world, millions of children experience political violence in the form of armed conflict as a fact of daily life. Most research on the psychological well-being of these child victims focuses primarily on trauma-related symptoms. However, these traumas are added to existing developmental risks children face due to individual, family, and relational factors. Among the most common childhood problems are aggression and oppositional behaviours, which have been suggested in the context of armed-conflict.

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