Maternal depression impacts child psychopathology across the first decade of life: Oxytocin and synchrony as markers of resilience

Background While maternal depression is known to carry long-term negative consequences for offspring, very few studies followed children longitudinally to address markers of resilience in the context of maternal depression. We focused on oxytocin (OT) and mother–child synchrony – the biological and behavioral arms of the neurobiology of affiliation – as correlates of resilience among children of depressed mothers.

Origen: Maternal depression impacts child psychopathology across the first decade of life: Oxytocin and synchrony as markers of resilience

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