Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Revue de la littérature relative au burnout parental.

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[Correction Notice: An Erratum for this article was reported online in Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne on Feb 28 2019 (see record 2019-11080-001). Reports an error in "Revue de la littérature relative au burnout parental" by Raquel Sánchez-Rodríguez, Sarah Perier, Stacey Callahan, and Natalène Séjourné (Canadian Psychology, Advance online publication. February 4, 2019. //dx.doi.org/10.1037/cap0000168), there were a number of corrections that were missed by production throughout the article. The title was also incorrectly published as "Revue nous avons réduit le titre de la littérature relative au burnout parental." All versions of this article have been corrected.] From the outset, similarities between professional burnout and parental burnout were shown. Nevertheless, this syndrome only really developed in the 2000s in the scientific literature on parenthood. This systematic review aimed to identify articles on parental burnout. From the analysis of several databases, a detailed analysis grid was used for each selected article in order to carry out a narrative synthesis. Thirty-nine articles were identified of which 74.4 % (n=29) were published between 2010 and 2018. If differences seem to exist between the different groups studied, in general the analyses show that mothers and fathers of both atypical and typical children would be at risk of burnout. In addition, parental and family psychological characteristic will have an important influence in the occurrence of parental burnout. The assessment methodology of parental burnout as well as the prevention or support interventions were also examined. The studies listed in this review of literature has made it possible to highlight that burnout is a syndrome that is entirely applicable to the contemporary parental context. This systematic review has also shed light on new avenues of research such as the link between cultural and gender differences. In addition, studies establishing effective interventions with a population of parents of atypical children deserve to be more developed and spread to a more general population of parents. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved)