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Parental Warmth and Hostility in Parent-Child Interactions in Families of Depressed Parents
(Vanderbilt University, 2009-04-03)
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of parental hostility and warmth on the children of depressed parents. The study includes parents with a history of Major Depressive Disorder and their children as ...
Parent-child interactions of depressed and nondepressed mothers and fathers
(Vanderbilt University, 2007-04)
This study examined depressed (N=20) and non-depressed (N=20) mothers and fathers interacting with their children ages 7-17 (Mean = 12.03; SD = 2.21). The sample consisted of 13 mother-daughter pairs, 7 mother-son pairs, ...
Parental syntactic complexity and children's observed behavior in communication about children's recent cancer diagnoses
(Vanderbilt University, 2008-05-20)
The current study addresses the relationship between the parent's ability to speak about cancer related issues in a syntactically appropriate level for the child's age on the child's distress and coping as seen in the ...
Parent-Child Communication and Child Distress In Response to a Child’s Diagnosis of Cancer
(Vanderbilt University, 2007-04-16)
Childhood cancer is a disease that affects a relatively small number of children and families in the US each year, but those families who are affected are often devastated. The stress and heartbreak of childhood cancer ...
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 ...