Open Access Mini Review Article ID: ADA-7-158

    The intergenerational effect of mother’s depression on their young adult children’s depression

    Jaewon Lee* and Jennifer Allen

    Women are often more likely to report mental health problems such as depression compared to men [1,2]. As individuals age, people with children are more likely to be depressed [3]. Therefore, mothers are at particularly high risk for depression, and their depression negatively influences their children's development [4,5]. Even though it is important to take into account the effect of mother’s depression on their children’s psychological health, empirical evidence about the intergenerational effects of depression at three points in time does not exist.


    Published on: Feb 23, 2021 Pages: 8-9

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5460.000058
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