Testing competing mediators of the association between pre-conception maternal depression and child health-related quality of life: the MatCH study

@article{Moss2019TestingCM,
  title={Testing competing mediators of the association between pre-conception maternal depression and child health-related quality of life: the MatCH study},
  author={Katrina M Moss and Deborah Loxton and Annette J Dobson and Virginia P. Slaughter and Gita Devi Mishra},
  journal={Archives of Women's Mental Health},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-10}
}
Maternal depression is a potent risk factor for poor child development across a number of domains but the mechanisms of transmission are poorly understood. This study aimed to test competing mediators of the association between pre-conception maternal depression and child psychosocial functioning. In 2016, mothers in the 1973–1978 cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health were asked to be part of the Mothers and their Children’s Health study and to complete surveys on the… CONTINUE READING
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