Examining the Links Between Maternal Depression and Child Behavior Regulation

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Maternal depression is known to have an impact on children’s regulation of emotions, which is crucial for cognitive and emotional development (Morris 2007). However, less is known about how pervasive the severity of maternal depression is in respect to children’s emotion regulation (ER). This longitudinal study examines how maternal depression impacts children’s ER displayed through internalizing ...

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