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Children’s Optimism and Coping with Stress When Living with a Parent with Depression
(Vanderbilt University, 2011-04-06)
In the U.S. approximately 16% of people are affected by depression in their lifetime and it is estimated that depression will become the leading cause of disability worldwide by 2020 (Monroe & Reid, 2009). In order to ...
African American and Euro-American Mother-Child Communication within the Context of Maternal Depressive Symptoms
(Vanderbilt University, 2015-04-15)
Past research has shown that depressive symptoms and race/ethnicity separately impact parenting behaviors, although the latter is often confounded with other contextual variables. This study examined the association of ...
Siblings Coping with Parental Depression: Similarities and Differences
(Vanderbilt University, 2015)
This study investigated similarities and differences in levels of internalizing and externalizing symptoms and strategies used to cope with stress in a sample of sibling pairs of 9-15 year-old children of depressed parents. ...
Correlates of Coping Styles in Children of Depressed Parents: Observations of Positive and Negative Emotions in Parent-Child Interactions
(Vanderbilt University, 2008-04-08)
This study examined the role of coping style in predicting positive and negative affect observed in interactions between children and parents with a history of depression. The anxious and depressive symptoms of the children ...
Executive Function, Coping, and Depressive Symptoms in Children of Depressed and non-Depressed Mothers
(Vanderbilt University, 2017)
The present study examined the concurrent associations among executive functioning, coping, maternal depression history, and depressive symptoms in adolescents. The sample included 82 adolescents between the ages of 12 and ...