Early Parenting Moderates the Association between Parental Depression and Neural Reactivity to Rewards and Losses in Offspring.

@article{Kujawa2015EarlyPM,
  title={Early Parenting Moderates the Association between Parental Depression and Neural Reactivity to Rewards and Losses in Offspring.},
  author={Autumn J. Kujawa and Greg H. Proudfit and Rebecca S Laptook and Daniel N. Klein},
  journal={Clinical psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={
          503-515
        }
}
Children of parents with depression exhibit neural abnormalities in reward processing. Examining contributions of parenting could provide insight into the development of these abnormalities and to the etiology of depression. We evaluated whether early parenting moderates the effects of parental depression on a neural measure of reward and loss processing in mid-late childhood. Parenting was assessed when children were preschoolers. At age nine, children completed an event-related potential… CONTINUE READING
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Early parenting moderates the association between parental depression and neural reactivity to rewards and losses in offspring

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