Agreement between prospective and retrospective measures of childhood victimization: A systematic review and meta-analysis

The Early Intervention Foundation
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Researchers set out to investigate the accuracy of adult memories by comparing concurrent reports of child maltreatment and other negative life events to adults’ recollections of these circumstances.

Findings suggest that adult recollections are no better than chance estimates for understanding the true prevalence of ACEs.
Findings suggest that adult recollections are no better than chance estimates for understanding the true prevalence of ACEs.

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