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by Sherryl H. Goodman,Ian H. Gotlib

eBook Children of Depressed Parents: Mechanisms of Risk and Implications for Treatment download ISBN: 1557988757
Author: Sherryl H. Goodman,Ian H. Gotlib
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn; 1 edition (January 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 351
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Mental Health

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In Children of Depressed Parents, distinguished experts explore the mechanisms and moderators for depression .

This volume brings together diverse perspectives on interventions and risk factors, focusing not on one particular age group, but taking a developmental approach that examines children at various ages.

Although a child's risk of developing mental health problems is generally thought to be multi-factorial , parental mental illness is a significant risk factor for children.

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Children of depressed parents: Mechanisms of risk and implications for treatment. Social and emotional competence in children of depressed mothers. SH Goodman, D Brogan, ME Lynch, B Fielding. Child development 64 (2), 516-531, 1993. SH Goodman, IH Gotlib. Washington, DC, 2002. Test-retest reliability of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children (DISC . ): parent, child, and combined algorithms. P Jensen, M Roper, P Fisher, J Piacentini, G Canino, J Richters,. Archives of General Psychiatry 52 (1), 61-71, 1995.

H. Gotlib (Ed., Children of depressed parents: Mechanisms of risk and implications for treatment (pp. 13-36)

In S. H. Goodman & I. 13-36). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Improvements in Maternal Depression as a Mediator of Child Behaviour Change.

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An exploration of the mechanisms and moderators for depression and other disorders in children of depressed parents. Among the most common of mental disorders, depression is a highly heritable and recurrent disorder that may be especially prevalent among women with young children. These factors converge to suggest that a high percentage of children are exposed to depression and are therefore at great risk for developing the disorder. The authors of this volume look at mechanisms that may help to transmit risk for developing depression and also at moderators that may help alleviate possible risk. The work brings together diverse perspectives on interventions and risk factors, focusing not on one particular age group, but taking a developmental approach that examines children at various ages. The editors propose an integrative framework for understanding the risks for developing depression. Working from an empirical foundation, the contributors provide clinical implications and suggested applications of the findings they discuss.