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Relation of Chronicity, Severity and Number of Episodes of Maternal Major Depressive Disorder to Children's Psychopathology and Functioning in Grade 12
(Vanderbilt University, 2009)
The relations between chronicity, severity, and number of episodes of maternal major depressive disorder (MDD) and child outcomes at grade 12 were examined in a sample of 185 mothers and children. Main effects models ...
Positive and Negative Affect in Children of Depressed vs. Nondepressed Mothers
(Vanderbilt University, 2015-04-16)
Children of depressed mothers are at a higher risk of developing depression in their lifetime compared to children of nondepressed mothers. Based on the tripartite model of depression and anxiety, low positive affect is ...
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 ...
Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Levels and Fluctuation in Children of Depressed versus Nondepressed Mothers
(Vanderbilt University, 2015-04)
Previous research has demonstrated that offspring of depressed mothers are at increased risk for developing dysfunctional affect regulation, which is a risk factor for the onset of depression and other psychopathology. One ...
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 ...