Affective Parenting Behaviors, Adolescent Depression, and Brain Development: A Review of Findings From the Orygen Adolescent Development Study
Orli S Schwartz, Julian G Simmons, Sarah Whittle, Michelle L Byrne, Marie BH Yap, Lisa B Sheeber, Nicholas B Allen
CHILD DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES | WILEY | Published : 2017
Parenting plays a multifaceted role in adolescent development. In this article, we review studies based on an observational assessment of affective parenting behaviors collected as part of the longitudinal Orygen Adolescent Development Study and explore three ways that parenting may predict adolescent-onset depression. Specifically, we review findings that observed affective parental behaviors prospectively predict depressive symptoms and the onset of depressive disorder, predict adolescent depression indirectly via emotion regulation, and interact with brain development to predict adolescent depression. Parents who express higher frequencies of aggression or lower frequencies of positivity,..View full abstract
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The research discussed in this article was supported by grants from the Colonial Foundation, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC, Australia, Program Grant 350241), and the Australian Research Council (Discovery Grant DP0878136).