Maternal depression in association with fathers' involvement with their infants: spillover or compensation/buffering?

@article{Goodman2014MaternalDI,
  title={Maternal depression in association with fathers' involvement with their infants: spillover or compensation/buffering?},
  author={Sherryl H. Goodman and Cara M Lusby and Katina Thompson and D. Jeffrey Newport and Zachary N. Stowe},
  journal={Infant mental health journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={495-508}
}
Both concurrent and prospective associations between maternal depression and father involvement were tested to evaluate support for the spillover model (higher depressive symptom levels associated with lower father involvement) and the compensatory/buffering model (higher depressive symptom levels associated with higher father involvement). Participants in this longitudinal study were women at risk for perinatal depression in association with their histories of mood or anxiety disorders, their… CONTINUE READING
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