Through research it has been found that people who do not feel close to their parents are more likely to react with violence (Cano-Lozano et al., 2020). Studies have also shown that people who reported adverse relationships as children, tend to have more violence-related outcomes (Duke, 2010). There is currently a gap in explaining the association between maternal closeness and violent tendencies. This study is meant to help fill that gap and bring cognizance to the relationship between maternal closeness and violence.
Pyschology Statistics Symposium Poster
PSY230M - Introduction to Statistical Methods and Experimental Design
Shores, Cameron, "The Association of Maternal Relationships and Acts of Violence in Adults" (2022). Psychology Student Works. 8.