Depressed Mothers' Parenting of Adolescents: Social-cognitive & Neural Mechanisms

The researchers are investigating the neurobiological and cognitive-affective basis of parenting behavior in depressed and nondepressed mothers. This project is currently recruiting mothers with a child between the ages of 11-14. Qualified familys can receive up to $310 for participating. Click the link below to see if you qualify.
Co Investigators

Depression in mothers makes it difficult to parent warmly and effectively. Depressed women's parenting difficulties place their children at risk for behavioral and emotional problems. The study investigators are identifying contributors to depressed mothers' parenting difficulties. The information to be gained will be helpful in developing treatments to help depressed women and their children.


8/1/15 - 5/31/20


National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)