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Adverse childhood experiences can show lasting effects on physical and mental health. Major questions surround how children overcome adverse circumstances to prevent negative outcomes. A key factor determining resilience is likely to be cognitive interpretation (how children interpret the world around them). The cognitive interpretations of 1025 school children aged 10e12 years in a rural, socioeconomically disadvantaged area of South Africa were examined using the Cognitive Triad Inventory fordoi:10.1016/j.adolescence.2016.01.010 pmid:26994348 fatcat:hun3mvtjdnad3nksdbnxki6yje