Joint associations of parental personality traits and socioeconomic position with trajectories of offspring depression: findings from up to 6925 families in a UK birth cohort.

Joint associations of parental personality traits and socioeconomic position with trajectories of offspring depression: findings from up to 6925 families in a UK birth cohort.

Publication date: Aug 21, 2020

Background: Parental personality may influence the course of offspring depression but this is unclear. It is also unknown whether the impact of parental personality on offspring depression is moderated by socioeconomic position (SEP). Our aims were to describe trajectories of depressive symptoms across adolescence for offspring of parents with and without maladaptive personality traits and to test for effect modification by SEP. Methods: A longitudinal study in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children birth cohort (ALSPAC; ns= 3054 to 7046). Exposures were binary measures of maladaptive parental personality traits and the outcome was depressive symptoms ages 11 to 24 (SMFQ; range 0 to 26). Results: Offspring of mothers with high maladaptive traits showed higher levels of depressive symptoms at all ages (SMFQ difference at age 10 = 0.66, CI 0.25, 1.28, p = 0.02; age 22 = 1.00, CI 0.51, 1.50, p PDF

Concepts Keywords
4QG Outcomes maternal depression
Adolescence Dimensional personality disorder
Affect Dysregulation Perinatal mental disorders
Antisocial Findings clinical depression
Anxiety Low maladaptive personality
Avon Maladaptive personality
Binary Psychiatry
Borderline Personality Disorder Mind
Bristol Abnormal psychology
Bristol United Psychiatric diagnosis
Broome RTT
Caregiving Personality disorders
Cmm Mental disorder
Cohort Antenatal depression
College Station Borderline personality disorder
Correlation Psychopathology
Cross Pdf
Depressed Mood Http
Depression Genotype
Descriptive Statistics
Dummy Variables
Edinburgh
Emotional Dysregulation
Exeter
Genetic
Heritability
Heterogeneity
Impulsivity
Informed Consent
Intimate Partner Violence
Maladaptive
Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Mental Health
Missing
Neuroticism
NIHR
Odds Ratio
Parenting
Parenting Styles
Perinatal
Perinatal Period
Personality Disorders
PhD
Postnatal
Postpartum
Pregnancy
Probability
Quartic Polynomial
Quartile
Questionnaire
Relapse
Remission
Renk
Sensitive Periods
Sex Linked
Smoked
Smoking
Socioeconomic
Stata
Strata
Suspicion

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH depression
disease MESH risk factors
disease MESH impulsivity
disease MESH syndromes
disease MESH antisocial personality disorders
disease MESH relapse
disease MESH Borderline Personality Disorder
disease MESH anxiety
disease MESH live births
disease MESH neuroticism
disease MESH employment
disease MESH Postnatal Depression
disease MESH violence
disease MESH growth
disease MESH pathology
disease MESH personality disorders
disease MESH Community
disease MESH diagnosis
drug DRUGBANK Trestolone
disease MESH mental disorders
disease MESH fetus
disease MESH Schizophrenia
disease MESH bipolar disorder

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