The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of research literature that has assessed Expressed Emotion (EE) with the Five Minute Speech Sample (FMSS) in parents of children with intellectual disabilities (ID). Very little attention has been paid to the parenting relationship in families in which a member has cognitive disabilities. The research that has been carried out has investigated interactive features by means of comparing groups of children with typical development and sample groups of at-risk and disturbed children. Specifically, the literature on Expressed Emotion in parents of children with intellectual disabilities is sparse. A study ofPsycINFO found eleven articles about EE in families of adults or childrenwith cognitive disabilities. In these studies, EE was measured by usingthe CFI or the FMSS.

The FMSS as a measure of parental EE in the field of disability

LAGHEZZA, LOREDANA;MAZZESCHI, CLAUDIA;DI RISO, DANIELA;CHESSA, DAPHNE;
2010

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The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of research literature that has assessed Expressed Emotion (EE) with the Five Minute Speech Sample (FMSS) in parents of children with intellectual disabilities (ID). Very little attention has been paid to the parenting relationship in families in which a member has cognitive disabilities. The research that has been carried out has investigated interactive features by means of comparing groups of children with typical development and sample groups of at-risk and disturbed children. Specifically, the literature on Expressed Emotion in parents of children with intellectual disabilities is sparse. A study ofPsycINFO found eleven articles about EE in families of adults or childrenwith cognitive disabilities. In these studies, EE was measured by usingthe CFI or the FMSS.
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