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A Family-Level Typology of Depressive Symptoms and Relations to Family Engagement - Psychology Lecture Series

Monday, September 27, 2021 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Virtual Event

Psychology Lecture Series - Virtual Event

Title - A Family-Level Typology of Depressive Symptoms and Relations to Family Engagement

Speakers: Mariam Hafiz
PhD Student, UT Dallas

Relations between family members' depressive symptoms are frequently studied within the fields of developmental and family psychology. However, most research on family members' depressive symptoms has been conducted in dyads (mother-child or marital relationships), rather than considering how mother, father, and child symptoms might co-occur. This talk will present findings on a typology of mother, father, and child depressive symptoms and relations to individual and family-level engagement within a whole family interaction task. 

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Virtual Event

Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Leslie Grimmer

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