The effects of postnatal maternal depression and anxiety on the processing of infant faces

  title={The effects of postnatal maternal depression and anxiety on the processing of infant faces},
  author={Adriane Arteche and Jutta Joormann and Allison G. Harvey and Michelle G Craske and Ian H. Gotlib and Annukka Lehtonen and Nicholas Counsell and Alan R Stein},
  booktitle={Journal of affective disorders},
BACKGROUND Postnatally depressed mothers have difficulties responding appropriately to their infants. The quality of the mother-child relationship depends on a mother's ability to respond to her infant's cues, which are largely non-verbal. Therefore, it is likely that difficulties in a mother's appraisal of her infants' facial expressions will affect the quality of mother-infant interaction. This study aimed to investigate the effects of postnatal depression and anxiety on the processing of… CONTINUE READING
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