Sequential Comorbidity of Anxiety and Depression in Youth : Present Knowledge and Future Directions

@inproceedings{Schleider2013SequentialCO,
  title={Sequential Comorbidity of Anxiety and Depression in Youth : Present Knowledge and Future Directions},
  author={Jessica L Schleider and Elizabeth D. Krause and Jane E. Gillham},
  year={2013}
}
Research suggests that a history of childhood anxiety correlates with and predicts adolescent depression. The present review synthesizes current knowledge of relations between childhood anxiety and adolescent depression, focusing on the possibility that primary anxiety in childhood may cause secondary depression in adolescents. Across existing studies, evidence strongly supports childhood anxiety as a risk factor for adolescent depression, and long-term follow-up studies of cognitive-behavioral… CONTINUE READING

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