Mother- and father-rated competence, child-perceived competence, and cognitive distortions: unique relations with children's depressive symptoms.

@article{Epkins1998MotherAF,
  title={Mother- and father-rated competence, child-perceived competence, and cognitive distortions: unique relations with children's depressive symptoms.},
  author={Catherine C. Epkins},
  journal={Journal of clinical child psychology},
  year={1998},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={
          442-51
        }
}
Examined the unique relations of mother- and father-rated social and academic competence, children's perceived competence, and cognitive distortions to children's depressive symptoms. Participants were 389 8- to 12-year-old children and their mothers and fathers. Mother- and father-rated competence did not explain variability in child-reported depressive symptoms beyond that explained by child-perceived competence. Children's perceived competence was not related to mothers' ratings of children… CONTINUE READING
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