Longitudinal Associations Between Perceived Parent-Child Relationship Quality and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence

@inproceedings{Branje2010LongitudinalAB,
  title={Longitudinal Associations Between Perceived Parent-Child Relationship Quality and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence},
  author={Susan J. T. Branje and William W. Hale and T. R. J. A. Frijns and Wim H. J. Meeus},
  booktitle={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={2010}
}
This longitudinal study examined bidirectional paths between perceived parent-adolescent relationship quality and depressive symptoms, as well as the moderating role of sex, age, and personality type. 1313 Dutch adolescents (51% girls) from two cohorts (923 12-year olds and 390 16-year olds at Wave 1) reported on their personality, depressive symptoms, and perceived relationship quality to parents in four waves. Consistent with a relationship erosion perspective, depressive symptoms negatively… CONTINUE READING

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