Inhibitory control as a mediator of bidirectional effects between early oppositional behavior and maternal depression.

@article{Choe2014InhibitoryCA,
  title={Inhibitory control as a mediator of bidirectional effects between early oppositional behavior and maternal depression.},
  author={Daniel E Choe and Daniel S. Shaw and Lauretta M. Brennan and Thomas J. Dishion and Melvin N Wilson},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 4 Pt 1},
  pages={1129-47}
}
Maternal depression is an established risk factor for child conduct problems, but relatively few studies have tested whether children's behavioral problems exacerbate mothers' depression or whether other child behavioral characteristics (e.g., self-regulation) may mediate bidirectional effects between maternal depression and child disruptive behavior. This longitudinal study examined the parallel growth of maternal depressive symptoms and child oppositional behavior from ages 2 to 5; the… CONTINUE READING
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