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Citation

Camisasca E, Miragoli S, Ionio C, Milani L, Blasio PD. Child. Health Care 2018; 47(2): 165-183.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2018, Informa - Taylor and Francis Group)

DOI

10.1080/02739615.2017.1318389

PMID

unavailable

Abstract

The present study's first aim is to verify whether depressive symptoms, measured at 87-hours and at 3-months post-partum, are associated with maternal mind-mindedness (the proclivity to treat infants as individuals with minds) and children's behavior (at 17 months, T3). The second aim is to investigate, at T3, whether maternal mind-mindedness mediates the relationship between depressive symptoms and children's behavior. 46 mother-infant dyads participated in the study. No correlations are found among early depressive symptoms, mind-mindedness, and children's behaviors. At T3, impaired mind-mindedness mediates the effects of cognitive depressive symptoms on children's internalizing behaviors. Somatic symptoms, conjointly with impaired mind-mindedness, predicted externalizing behaviors.


Language: en

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