Parenting in Context: Associations of Parental Depression and Socioeconomic Factors with Parenting Behaviors

@article{Vreeland2019ParentingIC,
  title={Parenting in Context: Associations of Parental Depression and Socioeconomic Factors with Parenting Behaviors},
  author={Allison Vreeland and Meredith A. Gruhn and Kelly H. Watson and Alexandra H. Bettis and Bruce E Compas and Rex Lloyd Forehand and Alexandra D W Sullivan},
  journal={Journal of Child and Family Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={28},
  pages={1124-1133}
}
ObjectiveThe current study examined the unique and combined associations of parental depression and socioeconomic disadvantage with parenting behaviors in parents with a history of depression.MethodA sample of 180 parents with a history of major depressive disorder and one of their children (ages 9–15 years old) completed a videorecorded conversation task and parents completed self-report measures of depression symptoms and socioeconomic variables (parental education, income, marital status… CONTINUE READING

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