This study of parental depression diagnoses and child school grades at the end of compulsory education in Sweden examines the associations of parental depression with child school performance.
Pearson et al investigate the hypothesis that there are independent associations between antenatal and postnatal depression with offspring depression and that the risk pathways are different.
To examine whether early child care moderates associations between maternal depressive symptoms and child internalizing problems (emotional problems, separation anxiety symptoms, and social withdrawal symptoms) during the preschool period, Herba et al performed a population-based prospective cohort study within the Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development.
This meta-analysis of randomized and observational studies reports comparison of neonatal outcomes among women with untreated antenatal depression vs no depression.
This randomized clinical trial determines whether a cognitive-behavioral prevention program can reduce the incidence of depressive episodes, increase depression-free days, and improve developmental competence 6 years after implementation among at-risk adolescents.
This cohort study examines risk for depression in children and grandchildren stratified by biological parents’ and grandparents’ depression status.