Effects of growth in family conflict in adolescence on adult depressive symptoms: mediating and moderating effects of stress and school bonding.

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PURPOSE To (1) examine growth in family conflict during adolescence as a predictor of depressive symptoms in early adulthood, (2) examine adult stressful life events as a possible mechanism linking prior family conflict with depressive symptoms, and (3) examine adolescent school bonding as a possible moderator of family conflict and stressful life events in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2008.07.005

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