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Relations of parenting and negative life events to cognitive diatheses for depression in children.
June 1, 2006... Many studies suggest that the origins of depression in children consist of certain cognitive diatheses. The current study examines the developmental origins of these cognitive diatheses. Among these cognitive diatheses are such factors as low self-perceived competence (Cole, 1990),...
Neighborhood disadvantage, parent-child conflict, neighborhood peer relationships, and early antisocial behavior problem trajectories.
June 1, 2006... Early externalizing problems are one of the best predictors of adolescent and adult criminality (Huesmann & Eron, 1992; Moffitt, Caspi, Harrington, & Milne, 2002). Patterson's (1996) and Moffitt's (1993) well-known taxonomic models regarding the development and course of antisocial behavior...
Links between antisocial behavior and depressed mood: the role of life events and attributional style.
June 1, 2006... Comorbidity between antisocial behavior and depression in adolescence is well documented. A recent meta-analysis of results from epidemiological samples (Angold, Costello, & Erkanli, 1999) reported a median joint odds-ratio of 6.6 (95% Confidence Interval 4.4-11.0)--little lower than the...
Linking substance use and problem behavior across three generations.
June 1, 2006... For the past several decades, researchers have investigated the effects of parental substance use on children. One of the most widely studied outcomes associated with parental substance use has been substance use in the subsequent generation. In general, researchers have found that parent...
A 12-year prospective study of patterns of social information processing problems and externalizing behaviors.
October 1, 2006... Social information processing (SIP) theory (e.g., Crick & Dodge, 1994) describes a set of cognitive-emotional mechanisms that have been found to account, in part, for the link between a host of risk factors and the subsequent development of aggression. According to this theory, the way that...