Parent-child interaction and children's depression: the relationships between parent-child interaction and children's depressive symptoms in Taiwan.

@article{Liu2003ParentchildIA,
  title={Parent-child interaction and children's depression: the relationships between parent-child interaction and children's depressive symptoms in Taiwan.},
  author={Yih-Lan Liu},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
  year={2003},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={447-57}
}
This study examines how perceptions of parenting and family messages are associated with the depressive symptoms of early adolescents (N = 454, boys = 224; girls = 210; age, M = 12, S.D. = 1.01) from East Taiwan. Results show that higher levels of parental care and low levels of parental indifference were associated with lower depression scores. Moreover, perceptions of positive messages regarding children themselves, their world, and their future were found to negatively associate with… CONTINUE READING

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