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    urgentissimoooo

    ciao a tutti...cè qualcuno per favore ke mi aiuti a trovare la bibliografia sulla Depressione materna comportamento antisociale dei bambini...sono in crisi non trovo materiale...grazi
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    Mothers' and fathers' perceptions of child deviance: Roles of child behavior, parental depression, and marital satisfaction. Schaughency, Elizabeth A.; Lahey, Benjamin B.; Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol 53(5), Oct 1985. pp. 718-723. [Journal Article] Abstract: Investigated relationships among parental adjustment, parental perception of child behavior, and an independent measure of child behavior, using 61 consecutive referrals to a university psychology clinic of 5–14 yr olds with home or school problems. 61 mothers (41 of whom were married) and 41 fathers completed the Beck Depression Inventory, the Marital Adjustment Test, and the Conners Parent Rating Scale. Children's teachers completed the Conners Teacher Rating Scale. Mothers' ratings of their children's behavior were significantly correlated with teachers' ratings, but fathers' ratings were not. A stepwise multiple regression analysis showed that teachers' ratings accounted for the greatest amount of variance in the prediction of mothers' ratings of child externalizing problems, followed by maternal depression. Results confirm earlier findings of a relation of maternal depression to maternal perception of child externalizing behavior problems but indicate a stronger correlation between maternal ratings and independent measures of child behavior. (20 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)
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    Reciprocal models of child behavior and depressive symptoms in mothers and fathers in a sample of children at risk for early conduct problems. Gross, Heather E.; Shaw, Daniel S.; Moilanen, Kristin L.; Dishion, Thomas J.; Wilson, Melvin N.; Journal of Family Psychology, Vol 22(5), Oct 2008. pp. 742-751. [Journal Article] Abstract: Although much has been written about transactional models in the study of parenting practices, relatively few researchers have used this approach to examine how child behavior might be related to parental well-being. This study used latent growth curve modeling to test transactional models of age 2 child noncompliance, parental depressive symptoms, and age 4 internalizing and externalizing behaviors using a subsample of families in the Early Steps Multisite Study. In unconditional models, maternal depressive symptoms showed a linear decrease from child ages 2 to 4, whereas paternal depression did not show significant change. Observed child noncompliance at age 2 showed significant associations with concurrent reports of maternal depressive symptoms and trend-level associations with paternal depressive symptoms. For both parents, higher levels of initial depressive symptoms were related to increased age 4 child internalizing behaviors. The findings provide support for reciprocal process models of parental depression and child behavior, and this study is one of the first to present empirical evidence that fathers' depressive symptoms have bidirectional associations with their children's behavior in early childhood. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)

    Emotional exchange in mother-child dyads: Stability, mutual influence, and associations with maternal depression and child problem behavior. Feng, Xin; Shaw, Daniel S.; Skuban, Emily M.; Lane, Tonya; Journal of Family Psychology, Vol 21(4), Dec 2007. pp. 714-725. [Journal Article] Abstract: This study examined the stability of the child and maternal affective expression and maternal responsiveness and the mutual influence of child and maternal expression of emotion. The authors tested whether maternal depression and child problem behavior were associated with the pattern of emotional exchange within the mother-child dyads. The sample consisted of 69 mother-child dyads (children aged 2-5 years), with 32 of the mothers having childhood-onset depression. Mothers were mostly stable in their affective expression (positive and negative) and responsiveness, whereas children were only stable in positive expression. Within the dyads, mothers seemed to play a more important role in regulating children's later emotional expression. Maternal depression was associated with concurrent maternal responsiveness and their reduced positive expression over time. Results are discussed in relation to the differential function of parental general positivity and responsiveness and the interpersonal transmission of emotional problems. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)

    Father Involvement Moderates the Effect of Maternal Depression During a Child's Infancy on Child Behavior Problems in Kindergarten. Mezulis, Amy H.; Hyde, Janet Shibley; Clark, Roseanne; Journal of Family Psychology, Vol 18(4), Dec 2004. pp. 575-588. [Journal Article] Abstract: This research investigated whether father involvement in infancy may reduce or exacerbate the well-established adverse effect of maternal depression during a child's infancy on behavior problems in childhood. In a community sample (N = 350), the authors found that fathers' self-reported parenting styles interacted with the amount of time fathers spent caring for their infants to moderate the longitudinal effect of maternal depression during the child's infancy on children's internalizing, but not externalizing, behaviors. Low to medium amounts of high-warmth father involvement and high amounts of medium- or high-control father involvement at this time were associated with lower child internalizing behaviors. Paternal depression during a child's infancy exacerbated the effect of maternal depression, but this moderating effect was limited to depressed fathers spending medium to high amounts of time caring for their infants. Results emphasize the moderating role fathers may play in reducing or exacerbating the adverse long-term effects of maternal depression during a child's infancy on later child behavior problems. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)

    Infant affective responses to mother's still face at 6 months differentially predict externalizing and internalizing behaviors at 18 months. Moore, Ginger A.; Cohn, Jeffrey F.; Campbell, Susan B.; Developmental Psychology, Vol 37(5), Sep 2001. pp. 706-714. [Journal Article] Abstract: This study investigated (a) stability and change in infant affective responses to the still-face interaction, (b) whether maternal depression affected infant responses, and (c) whether responses to the still-face interaction predicted toddler problem behaviors. Infants (63 girls and 66 boys) of European American mothers (67 depressed and 62 nondepressed) were observed in the still-face interaction at 2, 4, and 6 months. Affect and gaze were coded on a 1-sec time base. There were stable individual differences in gazing away and in rates of negative affect. Developmental change occurred only for gazing away, which increased. At 18 months, infants who failed to smile at 6 months in the still-face interaction showed more externalizing-type behaviors than did other toddlers. Infants who failed to cry at 6 months showed fewer internalizing-type behaviors. Mothers' current depressive symptoms and infants' earlier responses to the still-face interaction made independent, comparable contributions to problem behaviors at 18 months. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)

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    grazie mille....penso ke mi sara' molto utile..ma gli posso trovare anke in italiano?

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    grazie mille....penso ke mi sara' molto utile..ma gli posso trovare anke in italiano?

    Nein, niet, non, no....

    In italiano in internet si trova al amssimo divulgazione. Ma letteratura scientifica nulla di nulla.

    I'm sorry... ma devo piegarmi all'imperialismo dell'inglese.

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    Guglielmo
    Dott. Guglielmo Rottigni
    Ordine Psicologi Lombardia n° 10126

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    grazie sei stato di grando aiuto,e di certo avro' bisogno ...adesso so cosa voglio trattare anke,xke ero molto in confusione(l'inizio è sempre cosi)cerchero' di tradurrere il materiale dal inglese a qst punto...xke ho cercato in questi giorni ma non ho trovato niente in italiano...
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