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Potential risk factors for conduct problems and depressive symptoms were tested in a cohort of 47.6% male). Risk factors examined were child emotional lability, child attention problems, poor mother-child communication, coercive maternal discipline, maternal depression, and low marital satisfaction. Results indicated that poor mother-child communication was related to conduct problems and depressive symptoms for both boys and girls. In addition, conduct problems and depression were associateddoi:10.1207/s15374424jccp3502_8 pmid:16597220 fatcat:ifaiaxqr55by7ieau6gqz5rtrq