All Relations between Depression and cognitive conflict

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F Kathryn King, M Scott Perry, Christos Papadelis, Crystal M Coope. Spatiotemporal responses to emotional conflict and its psychiatric correlates in adolescents with epilepsy using magnetoencephalography. Epilepsy & behavior : E&B. vol 157. 2024-06-08. PMID:38851125. here, we aim to elucidate the spatiotemporal profile of emotional conflict processing in adolescents with epilepsy, relative to controls, using magnetoencephalography (meg) and relate these findings to anxiety and depression symptom severity assessed with self-report scales. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 human
F Kathryn King, M Scott Perry, Christos Papadelis, Crystal M Coope. Spatiotemporal responses to emotional conflict and its psychiatric correlates in adolescents with epilepsy using magnetoencephalography. Epilepsy & behavior : E&B. vol 157. 2024-06-08. PMID:38851125. despite similar rates of anxiety and depression across the groups, adolescents with epilepsy still exhibited deficits in emotional conflict processing in brain and behavioral responses. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 human
Hyo Sung Cha, Jin Pyo Le. The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Depression Among Korean Women During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Moderated Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction. International journal of women's health. vol 16. 2024-06-03. PMID:38827926. the impact of work-family conflict on depression among korean women during the covid-19 pandemic: moderated mediating effect of job satisfaction. 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 Not clear
Hyo Sung Cha, Jin Pyo Le. The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Depression Among Korean Women During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Moderated Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction. International journal of women's health. vol 16. 2024-06-03. PMID:38827926. this study aims to examine the mediating effect of life stress and the moderated mediating effect of job satisfaction on work-family conflict and depression among working mothers during the covid-19 pandemic. 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 Not clear
Jiarong Chen, Shengnan Li, Yangang Ni. Parent-adolescent conflict and problematic internet use among Chinese adolescents: the mediating role of depression and the moderating role of school climate. BMC psychology. vol 12. issue 1. 2024-05-22. PMID:38773609. parent-adolescent conflict and problematic internet use among chinese adolescents: the mediating role of depression and the moderating role of school climate. 2024-05-22 2024-05-27 Not clear
Jiarong Chen, Shengnan Li, Yangang Ni. Parent-adolescent conflict and problematic internet use among Chinese adolescents: the mediating role of depression and the moderating role of school climate. BMC psychology. vol 12. issue 1. 2024-05-22. PMID:38773609. to address this question, we focus on the interactions among family (parent-adolescent conflict), school (school climate), and individual factors (piu, depression), exploring the influence factors of piu. 2024-05-22 2024-05-27 Not clear
Xiaomin Li, Chun Bun Lam, Kevin Kien Hoa Chun. Child behavioral problems and parental adjustment: Family, interparental, and parent-child processes as simultaneous mediators. The American journal of orthopsychiatry. 2024-04-25. PMID:38661651. moreover, the link of child behavioral problems with parental depression was fully mediated by family economic pressures, marital conflict, and parent-child conflict, whereas the link of child behavioral problems with parental life satisfaction was fully mediated by family economic pressures and marital conflict. 2024-04-25 2024-04-28 Not clear
Yossi Levi-Belz, Yael Shoval-Zuckerman, Carmel Blank, Yoav Groweiss, Yuval Neri. The moderating role of belongingness in the contribution of depression to suicide ideation following the October 7, 2023, terrorist attack in Israel: A nationwide prospective study. Journal of affective disorders. 2024-04-14. PMID:38615841. previous research documented a sharp increase in depression in the aftermath of the attacks and the military conflict that followed. 2024-04-14 2024-04-17 Not clear
Shannon L Stewart, Abigail Withers, Alana A Graham, Jeffrey Pos. Identifying Factors Associated with Bullying Roles Using the interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health (ChYMH) Suite of Instruments. Child psychiatry and human development. 2024-04-07. PMID:38584249. findings revealed children who both bullied peers and were victims of bullying (compared to those who were solely bullies, victims, or neither) were more likely to experience interpersonal traumas including witnessing domestic violence, physical and sexual assault; increased risk of self-harm and suicide, depression; more behavioural/externalizing problems; conflict within the school and home contexts; and higher levels of financial, familial, and living instability. 2024-04-07 2024-04-10 Not clear
Russell A Carleton, Ann M DiGirolamo, Lisa McGarrie, Ani S Whitmore, Annelise Gilmer-Hughe. Factors Associated With Service Referrals and Uptake in Early Head Start: The Importance of Care Setting. Infants and young children. vol 37. issue 2. 2024-03-18. PMID:38495647. several factors also moderated the relationship between family risk and referrals, including perceived closeness of the parent/caregiver-ehs staff relationship, family conflict, and caregiver depression. 2024-03-18 2024-03-20 Not clear
Swapnajeet Sahoo, Gursahiba Gill, Pooja Sikka, Ritu Nehr. Antenatal depression and anxiety in Indian women: A systematic review. Industrial psychiatry journal. vol 32. issue 2. 2024-01-01. PMID:38161466. the most relevant risk factors associated with antenatal depression and anxiety during pregnancy were preference to have a male child, intimate partner violence, history of abortions, marital conflict, poor relationship with the husband/in-laws and lack of social support. 2024-01-01 2024-01-05 Not clear
Dan Liu, Alexander T Vazsony. Longitudinal Links Between Parental Emotional Distress and Adolescent Delinquency: The Role of Marital Conflict and Parent-Child Conflict. Journal of youth and adolescence. 2023-12-20. PMID:38117362. paternal depression was indirectly associated with changes in adolescent delinquency through a partner effect on mother-child conflict. 2023-12-20 2023-12-23 Not clear
Dan Liu, Alexander T Vazsony. Longitudinal Links Between Parental Emotional Distress and Adolescent Delinquency: The Role of Marital Conflict and Parent-Child Conflict. Journal of youth and adolescence. 2023-12-20. PMID:38117362. the findings indicate the salience of parental depression and mother-child conflict for increases in adolescent delinquency and highlight the importance of including parental actor and partner effects for a more comprehensive understanding of the tested associations. 2023-12-20 2023-12-23 Not clear
Mary O Hearst, Melaku Belay, Hui Wilco. The role of the arts on community mental health and cultural understanding in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Frontiers in public health. vol 11. 2023-12-04. PMID:38045978. in ethiopia, depression and anxiety rates were rising before the covid-19 pandemic, and the country faces ethnic discord and armed conflict. 2023-12-04 2023-12-10 Not clear
Chen Wang, Ting Zhou, Lin Fu, Dong Xie, Huiying Qi, Zheng Huan. Risk and Protective Factors of Depression in Family and School Domains for Chinese Early Adolescents: An Association Rule Mining Approach. Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland). vol 13. issue 11. 2023-11-25. PMID:37998640. we found that (1) family cohesion, family conflict, peer support, and teacher support emerged as the strongest factors associated with adolescent depression; (2) the combination of these aforementioned factors further strengthened their association with depression; (3) female gender, middle school students, and family socioeconomic disadvantages attenuated the protective effects of positive relational factors while exacerbating the deleterious effects of negative relational factors; (4) for individuals at risk, lack of mental health education resources at school intensified the negative impact; (5) the risk and protective factors of depression varied according to gender, age stage and left-behind status. 2023-11-25 2023-11-28 Not clear
Yuanping Deng, Jianchao Ni, Huapei Ma. Does Early Parental Conflict Impact Current Depression Among Older Adults in Rural China? A Chain-Mediated Model Analysis. Psychology research and behavior management. vol 16. 2023-11-09. PMID:37942438. does early parental conflict impact current depression among older adults in rural china? 2023-11-09 2023-11-20 Not clear
Yuanping Deng, Jianchao Ni, Huapei Ma. Does Early Parental Conflict Impact Current Depression Among Older Adults in Rural China? A Chain-Mediated Model Analysis. Psychology research and behavior management. vol 16. 2023-11-09. PMID:37942438. the study aimed to investigate the relationships between early parental conflict, marital and parent-child relationships, and current depression among rural older adults, and to examine its gender differences. 2023-11-09 2023-11-20 Not clear
Liuzhi Hong, Ai Yang, Qi Liang, Yuhan He, Yulin Wang, Shuhan Tao, Li Che. Wife-Mother Role Conflict at the Critical Child-Rearing Stage: A Machine-Learning Approach to Identify What and How Matters in Maternal Depression Symptoms in China. Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research. 2023-10-28. PMID:37897552. wife-mother role conflict at the critical child-rearing stage: a machine-learning approach to identify what and how matters in maternal depression symptoms in china. 2023-10-28 2023-11-08 Not clear
Esme Fuller-Thomson, Hannah Dolhai, Andie MacNeil, Grace Li, Ying Jiang, Margaret De Gro. Depression during the COVID-19 pandemic among older Canadians with peptic ulcer disease: Analysis of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. PloS one. vol 18. issue 10. 2023-10-21. PMID:37851639. the risk of incident depression and recurrent depression was higher among those who were lonely, those with functional limitations, and those who experienced an increase in family conflict during the pandemic. 2023-10-21 2023-11-08 Not clear
Gaukhar Mergenova, Susan L Rosenthal, Akbope Myrkassymova, Assel Bukharbayeva, Balnur Iskakova, Aigulsum Izekenova, Assel Izekenova, Lyailya Alekesheva, Maral Yerdenova, Kuanysh Karibayev, Baurzhan Zhussupov, Gulzhan Alimbekova, Alissa Davi. The COVID-19 pandemic and mental health in Kazakhstan. Global mental health (Cambridge, England). vol 10. 2023-10-20. PMID:37854418. higher likelihood of depression was associated with being female (aor: 1.64; 95% ci [1.05, 2.55]), having experience with covid-19 in the social environment (aor: 1.85; 95% ci [1.1-3.14]), experiencing food insecurity (aor: 1.80; 95% ci [1.11-2.89]), increased family conflict (aor: 2.43; 95% ci [1.32-4.48]) and impaired healthcare access (aor: 2.41; 95% ci [1.32-4.41]). 2023-10-20 2023-11-08 Not clear