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Kim Hye-Jin, Kang Hyun, Johnson-Motoyama Michelle, 2017
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
This systematic review examines theoretical and empirical research on the psychological well-being of grandparents who provide supplementary care for their grandchildren. The review included 15 articles that met inclusion criteria. Seven of these…
Ammerman Robert T., Putnam Frank W., Bosse Nicole Renee, Teeters Angelique, Van Ginkel Judith, May/June 2010
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
Depression is prevalent in new mothers and has been shown to have profound negative impacts on parenting, maternal life course, and child development. High rates of maternal depression have been found in home visitation, a widely disseminated…
Papero Anna L., 2005
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
A review of literature related to child development, poverty, and maternal depression, examining the role of early intervention in the cognitive and social development of children of low income depressed women