Interaction between mothers and fathers affection as a risk factor for anxiety and depression symptoms. Evidence for increased risk in adults who rate their father as having been more affectionate than their mother
Background. Retrospective reports of low care from either parent are found to be associated with increased risk for anxiety and depression in adulthood. Furthermore, fathers are generally reported as having been less caring than mothers, which raises the
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