Allison K Holmes's research while affiliated with Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and other places

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Background: Neglect has been linked to short-term and long-term deleterious outcomes in children, but has received little attention in the research literature. Objective: Identify types, subtypes, and severity of child neglect in a sample of substantiated cases at 4 U.S. Army installations. Describe demographic correlates of victims and offender...
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When a service member is injured or dies in a combat zone, the consequences for his or her family can be profound and long-lasting. Visible, physical battlefield injuries often require families to adapt to long and stressful rounds of treatment and rehabilitation, and they can leave the service member with permanent disabilities that mean new roles...
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The US military community includes a population of mostly young families that reside in every state and the District of Columbia. Many reside on or near military installations, while other National Guard, Reserve, and Veteran families live in civilian communities and receive care from clinicians with limited experience in the treatment of military...

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... Ebenfalls im Rahmen des Vietnamkriegs wurden diese Folgen als "Military Family Syndrome" bekannt (LaGrone, 1978). Forschungsbefunde aus den USA zeigten, dass ein Auslandseinsatz eines Soldaten oder einer Soldatin negative Folgen für das Erziehungsverhalten des zu Hause verbliebenen Elternteils haben kannbis hin zu einem höheren Risiko von häuslicher Gewalt, Vernachlässigung und Misshandlung (Cesur & Sabia, 2016;Cozza et al., 2015;Daryanai et al., 2016;Finegood et al., 2017;Gibbs et al., 2007;McCarroll et al., 2000;Mc-Leod & Shanahan, 1993;Trautmann et al., 2015). Verschiedene Studien belegten, dass Auslandseinsätze von Soldaten und Soldatinnen Auswirkungen auf die Kinder und Partnerinnen bzw. ...
... When such care is provided by children, qualitative work has found that this has a negative effect on children's development and childhood experience [19]. Parental cognitive disabilities and injuries such as traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be particularly harmful to children; for example, PTSD has been associated with higher levels of family violence, marital conflicts, and family distress [20]. Additionally, [21] find that parental disability is associated with lower educational expectations (on the part of both parents and youths). ...
... For example, recent evidence and a systematic review suggest that parental chronic pain and illness increase the risk of child psychological dysfunction, including increased internalizing symptoms for depression and anxiety [14,15]. Parental illness may also potentially affect child mental health through financial strain as well, which can increase parenting stress [16]. It is conceivable that in the case of CVD, reciprocal consequences of psychological distress may exacerbate CVD symptoms. ...