Maternal depressive symptoms, and not anxiety symptoms, are associated with positive mother–child reporting discrepancies of internalizing problems in children: a report on the TRAILS Study

@inproceedings{Toorn2009MaternalDS,
  title={Maternal depressive symptoms, and not anxiety symptoms, are associated with positive mother–child reporting discrepancies of internalizing problems in children: a report on the TRAILS Study},
  author={Sonja L. M. van der Toorn and A C Huizink and Elisabeth Mwj Utens and Frank C. Verhulst and Johan H Ormel and Robert F. Ferdinand},
  booktitle={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2009}
}
Maternal internalizing problems affect reporting of child’s problem behavior. This study addresses the relative effects of maternal depressive symptoms versus anxiety symptoms and the association with differential reporting of mother and child on child’s internalizing problems. The study sample comprised a cohort of 1,986 10- to 12-year-old children and their mothers from the Dutch general population in a cross sectional setup. Children’s internalizing problems were assessed with the DSM-IV… CONTINUE READING
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