Preadolescent anxiety: an epidemiological study concerning an Italian sample of 3,479 nine-year-old pupils.

@article{Nacinovich2012PreadolescentAA,
  title={Preadolescent anxiety: an epidemiological study concerning an Italian sample of 3,479 nine-year-old pupils.},
  author={Renata Nacinovich and Stefania Gadda and Elisa Maserati and Monica Bomba and Francesca Neri},
  journal={Child psychiatry and human development},
  year={2012},
  volume={43 1},
  pages={27-34}
}
The epidemiology of anxiety traits was examined in a large sample of Italian preadolescent children, and 3,479 Italian nine-year-old subjects were enrolled. Anxious traits were observed in 10.5% of children. No significant gender differences were found, but children of separated couples presented a relative risk for anxious traits that was 50% higher, than children of cohabiting or married parents. Moreover, large families (more than 4 members) with a stay-at-home mother were also associated… CONTINUE READING
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