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“…We also found that higher child general psychopathology was associated with greater parent psychological distress, consistent with evidence that parental depression is related to child general psychopathology (Deutz et al, 2020;Wade, Plamondon, & Jenkins, 2021).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 87%
“…We also found that higher child general psychopathology was associated with greater parent psychological distress, consistent with evidence that parental depression is related to child general psychopathology (Deutz et al, 2020;Wade, Plamondon, & Jenkins, 2021).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 87%
“…In contrast, recent longitudinal work has reported that while both threat and deprivation in childhood are associated with increased risk of internalizing and externalizing problems in adolescence, only deprivation operates through language ability [ 102 , 103 ]. Evidence from preschool children similarly shows that lower SES (a proxy for deprivation) is associated with reduced language ability at age 3, and that lower language ability is correlated with higher general psychopathology at age 4.5 years [ 104 ]. Given the importance of language abilities for self-regulation, effective problem-solving, and emotional expression and awareness, this may serve as a key mechanism connecting early deprivation to broad-spectrum psychopathology over the course of childhood and adolescence.…”
Section: Deprivationmentioning
confidence: 99%