Emotional Availability in Mother-child Interaction: the Effects of Maternal Depression in Remission and Additional History of Childhood Abuse.

@article{Kluczniok2016EmotionalAI,
  title={Emotional Availability in Mother-child Interaction: the Effects of Maternal Depression in Remission and Additional History of Childhood Abuse.},
  author={Dorothea Kluczniok and Katja B{\"o}deker and Anna Fuchs and Catherine Hindi Attar and Thomas Fydrich and Daniel Fuehrer and Katja Dittrich and Corinna Reck and Sibylle Maria Winter and Andreas Heinz and Sabine C. Herpertz and Romuald Brunner and Felix Bermpohl},
  journal={Depression and anxiety},
  year={2016},
  volume={33 7},
  pages={648-57}
}
BACKGROUND The association between maternal depression and adverse outcomes in children is well established. Similar links have been found for maternal childhood abuse. One proposed pathway of risk transmission is reduced maternal emotional availability. Our aim was to investigate whether sensitive parenting is impaired in mothers with depression in remission, and whether among these mothers childhood abuse has an additional impact. METHODS The mother-child interaction of 188 dyads was… CONTINUE READING