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Preschool outcomes of children of depressed mothers: Role of maternal behavior, contextual risk, and children's brain activity

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A study of the relationship between maternal depression and children?s psychobiological and emotional development, including an exploration of whether maternal depression is associated directly or indirectly with atypical child brain activity and behavior
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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