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Prevention of Depression: A Social Information Processing Intervention
(Vanderbilt University, 2010-04-21)
Adolescent depression is a prevalent and recurrent problem associated with significant impairment. Although some treatments have been found to be effective in reducing depression in youth, early intervention and prevention ...
Relation between parent and child depression: Sex, age, pubertal status, and parent-child conflict as moderators
(Vanderbilt University, 2010-04-06)
Children of depressed parents are at increased risk for developing depression themselves. Children’s sex, age, pubertal development, and parent-child conflict all have been shown to be related to depressive symptoms in ...
Paternal Depression: Associations with Paternal Parenting Behaviors
(Vanderbilt University, 2010-04-07)
Research on parental depression is beginning to recognize the importance of studying fathers with depression and the effects this depression can have on their parenting behaviors. The current study provides insight into ...
Parental Depression and Parenting Skills in the Context of a Preventive Intervention
(Vanderbilt University, 2010)
In a randomized clinical trial with families of parents with a history of major depressive disorder, changes in parenting and parental depressive symptoms were examined in relation to the effects of a family group cognitive ...