Impact of severity and chronicity of parental affective illness on adaptive functioning and psychopathology in children.

@article{Keller1986ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of severity and chronicity of parental affective illness on adaptive functioning and psychopathology in children.},
  author={Martin B. Keller and William R. Beardslee and David J. Dorer and Philip W. Lavori and H Samuelson and Gerald Klerman},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={1986},
  volume={43 10},
  pages={930-7}
}
We report on the impact of specific indexes of the severity and chronicity of parental depression, measures of familial discord, and demographic variables as predictors of impaired adaptive functioning and psychopathology in children. Seventy-two children and their mothers from 37 families were interviewed in person. At least one biological parent in each family had a depressive disorder but neither parent had a history of mania, schizophrenia, or schizoaffective disorder. Almost every measure… CONTINUE READING

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