Cognitive vulnerability to depression during middle childhood: Stability and associations with maternal affective styles and parental depression.

@article{Hayden2013CognitiveVT,
  title={Cognitive vulnerability to depression during middle childhood: Stability and associations with maternal affective styles and parental depression.},
  author={Elizabeth P. Hayden and Thomas M Olino and Sarah V M Mackrell and Patricia L. Jordan and Jasmine Desjardins and Patrice Katsiroumbas},
  journal={Personality and individual differences},
  year={2013},
  volume={55 8},
  pages={892-897}
}
Theories of cognitive vulnerability to depression (CVD) imply that CVD is early-emerging and trait-like; however, little longitudinal work has tested this premise in middle childhood, or examined theoretically relevant predictors of child CVD. We examined test-retest correlations of self-referent encoding task performance and self-reported attributional styles and their associations with parental characteristics in 205 seven-year-olds. At baseline, child CVD was assessed, structured clinical… CONTINUE READING

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