Family Factors Associated with Hands-On Play and Screen Time During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- MedicineChild & youth care forum
To promote high-quality parent–child interactions and positive developmental outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic, childcare needs and parent wellbeing should be supported, while evidence-based guidelines for child screen time should be further researched in this context.
Gambaran Postpartum Depression pada Figur Ayah
- MedicineBuletin Riset Psikologi dan Kesehatan Mental (BRPKM)
Hampir 80% gangguan psikologis terjadi pada perempuan pasca pasca melahirkan juga bisa dialami oleh suami pasca istrinya bersalin atau setelah lahirnya bayi, while penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menggali lebih jauh mengenai hal-hal.
- New Fathers, Mental Health and Digital Communication
Parental Depression After Preterm Birth: An Opportunity for Prevention
The data reveal that when preterm infants are hospitalized in the NICU, mothers are initially more depressed than fathers (higher scores on Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale), but maternal scores have decreased 30 days after discharge in contrast to paternal scores.
Paternal Struggles and Difficulties Seeking Support
Perinatal And Post-Partum Care From Early Pregnancy To Postpartum Period.
- Journal of University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
Introduction: Despite the fact that just a few researchers have examined the prenatal and postpartum periods, the findings from those few studies suggest an increase in prevalence through out…
Pregnancy and postpartum psychiatric episodes in fathers: A population-based study on treatment incidence and prevalence.
- MedicineJournal of affective disorders
Becoming a father did not appear to trigger a substantially increased risk of severe psychiatric disorders, as it has been observed for new mothers.
Risk factors for postpartum depressive symptoms among fathers: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
- MedicineActa obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica
The objective of this study was to systematically review the literature and identify factors associated with postpartum depressive symptoms in fathers.
The Role of Prenatal Communication in Young Couples’ Depression and Relationship Security Across the Transition to Parenthood
İlk kez baba olanlarda doğum sonu depresyon ve psikososyal belirleyicileri
- MedicineCukurova Medical Journal
Dogum sonu depresyonun belirleyicilerini incelemek icin coklu dogrusal regresyon analizi kullanildi ve sosyal desteklerinin artirilmasi yardimci olabilir.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 66 REFERENCES
Dads Get Sad Too: Depressive Symptoms and Associated Factors in Expectant First-Time Fathers
- MedicineAmerican journal of men's health
The results revealed that 13.3% of expectant fathers exhibited elevated levels of depressive symptoms during their partner’s third trimester of pregnancy, highlighting the importance of including fathers in the screening and early prevention efforts targeting depression during the transition to parenthood.
Prenatal and early postnatal depression and child maltreatment among Japanese fathers.
- Psychology, MedicineChild abuse & neglect
Current paternal depression increased the risk of child maltreatment tendency in the postnatal period, suggesting that early detection and treatment of paternal depression might be useful for the prevention of child Maltreatment.
Fathers' Depression Related to Positive and Negative Parenting Behaviors With 1-Year-Old Children
Paternal depression is associated with parenting behaviors relevant to well-child visits and Pediatric providers should consider screening fathers for depression, discussing specific parenting behaviors (eg, reading to children and appropriate discipline), and referring for treatment if appropriate.
The effects of early paternal depression on children's development
- MedicineThe Medical journal of Australia
The effects of paternal depression during children's first year on their wellbeing at 4–5 years of age using a large, representative sample of Australian families is examined.
Paternal postnatal depression in Japan: an investigation of correlated factors including relationship with a partner
- MedicineBMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
The presence of partner’s depression and low marital relationship satisfaction were significantly correlated with paternal postpartum depression, suggesting that health professionals need to pay attention to the mental status of both fathers and mothers, and to their relationship.
Factors associated with paternal perinatal depression in fathers of newborns in Nigeria
- MedicineJournal of psychosomatic obstetrics and gynaecology
Postpartum mental health services should be extended to fathers of newborns especially those who are unemployed and the correlation between paternal postpartum depression (PPD) at 6 weeks and maternal PPD as well as the sociodemographic and other correlates of paternal PPD at6 weeks.
A Longitudinal Study of Fathers’ and Young Children’s Depressive Symptoms
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53
Considerable research has examined the effects of maternal depression on children, but few studies have focused on the relation between paternal and child depressive symptoms, particularly during…
Associations between observed temperament in preschoolers and parent psychopathology.
- Psychology, MedicinePersonality and mental health
Examination of interactions between preschoolers' observed positive and negative affectivity and EC as predictors of a known marker of psychopathology risk shows children with lower positive affectivity had an increased probability of paternal depression history in the context of higher child NA.
Depression and playfulness in fathers and young infants: A matched design comparison study
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of affective disorders
Playful paternal behaviours as early as 3 months differ between fathers with and without depression, which may help in understanding children’s risk in relation to paternal psychopathology and could be a target for future family interventions.
Is very low infant birth weight a predictor for a five-year course of depression in parents? A latent growth curve model.
- MedicineJournal of affective disorders
It is suggested that maternal and paternal trajectories of depression show distinctable patterns which are associated with a very low birth weight, and an early screening of mothers and fathers of a VLBW infant seems reasonable to prevent the development of a depression in parents and further difficulties for the child.