Parental depressive symptoms and child behavior problems: exploring the role of interactive repair during mother-child interactions
This study examined the role of interactive repair during a challenging task in the relationship between parental depressive symptoms and child behavior problems in a sample of 3.5-year-old children and their mothers (N=100). This study used data collected from parents as well as data collected during live observations in the laboratory setting. Dynamic Systems-based methods were used to measure interactive repair (i.e., returning to a positive interaction after a negative behavior) during mother-child interactions. Findings suggest that interactive repair partially mediates the relationship ...
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