Parental Depression: A Moderator for Parenting Behaviors and Child Anxiety

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Abstract: An estimated 31.9% of adolescents have a diagnosis of any anxiety disorder which has been linked to poor social functioning (NIMH, 2004). This study aims to investigate parental depression as a moderator for parenting behaviors and its association for later anxiety and social problems in children. It is hypothesized that higher parental depression and negative parenting behaviors will be...

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