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TitlePrenatal paternal depression
Author(s)Field, Tiffany
Diego, Miguel
Hernandez-Reif, Maria
Figueiredo, Bárbara
Deeds, Osvelia
Contogeorgos, Jennifer
Ascencio, Angela
KeywordsPaternal depression
Daily hassles scores
Issue dateDec-2006
JournalInfant Behavior & Development
Citation"Infant Behavior & Development". ISSN 0163-6383. 29:4 (Dec. 2006) 579-583..
Abstract(s)Prenatal depressive symptoms, anxiety, anger and daily hassles were investigated in 156 depressed and non-depressed pregnant women and their depressed and non-depressed partners (fathers-to-be). Depressed versus non-depressed fathers had higher depression, anxiety and daily hassles scores. Although the pregnant women in general had lower anxiety, anger and daily hassles scores than the men, the scores on the measures for depressed fathers and depressed mothers did not differ. Paternal depression appeared to have less effect than maternal depression on their partners’ scores. However, the similarity between the scores of depressed mothers and depressed fathers highlights the importance of screening for depression in fathers-to-be as well as mothers-to-be during pregnancy.
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