Associations of Parent Psychopathology and Interparental Conflict on Child Internalizing Problems

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Youth internalizing problems, including depression and anxiety, are increasingly prevalent (Mojtabai et al., 2016). Given their predictions of poor social, emotional, and behavioral outcomes (Ferdinand & Verhulst, 1995), it is important to identify their early risk factors. Parent psychopathology and interparental conflict are known predictors of child internalizing problems (Buehler et al., 1997;...

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