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Later Psychosocial Sequelae of Early Childhood Illness (Severe Croup)
J. J. SIGAL; L. CHAGOYA; C. VILLENEUVE; J. MAYEROVITCH
Am J Psychiatry 1973;130:786-789.
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Psychiatric Consultant, Adolescent Service, Hospital Infantil de Mexico, and Assistant Professor, Universidad Ibero-Americana, Mexico City, Mexico

Staff Psychiatrist, Hopital Rivière-des-Prairies, Montreal

Psychologist, Laval School Board, Laval, Quebec, Canada

1973, The American Psychiatric Association

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Twelve families in which only one child had had severe croup before the age of five were examined several years later. Parents rated the behavior of the proband and one of his siblings separately, and each child rated his parents' attitudes toward him. The data confirm that severe early childhood illness results in later disturbances in the parent-child relationship, and they permit a clear description of the "vulnerable child syndrome."

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