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The Influence of Parental Anxious Rearing on Child Depression: The Moderating Effect of Self-Competence
Journal of Psychology & Behavior Research
This study explored the relationship between parental anxiety and depression in children, and studied the moderating role of children's self-competence. Through a series of research tools, the anxious rearing, children's depression and children's self-competence are studied respectively. The results show that anxious rearing can significantly predict children's depression, and self-competence can alleviate this effect.doi:10.22158/jpbr.v3n3p13 fatcat:6lya6n4ecjh5tjf3xf63q3owji