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Prabhleen Sidhu PSYC 2 Chabot College Spring 2017 Does Gender Affect on Depression? 1 . A. Name of Article : Parental Depression Confers Greater Prospective Depression Risk to Females than Males in Emerging Adulthood B. Date Published : April 17, 2013 C. Published in the journal of Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2 . Yes 3. Yes 4. There are 47 references included in the reference list of the article. 5. Parental Depression Confers Greater Prospective Depression Risk to Females than Males in Emerging Adulthood by Bethany H. Morris, Ashlee C. McGrath, Mark S. Goldman, and Jonathan Rottenberg . The author’s purpose of this study is to inform readers the prevalence between parental depression showing the effect in their children and whether females or male are more susceptible. A common pattern that has been surfacing is females have a higher chance of depression than males.The article focused on females emerging adults who had parents with a history of depression. The objective of the study was to examine whether effects were specific to offspring depression symptoms (versus anxiety symptoms), and to parental depression (versus other parental disorders). 6. The participants were females and males of the age of eighteen-nineteen, with a sample size of 637 participants. The Participants were recruited via flyers, advertisements, university orientation sessions, and telemarketing lists in the Tampa Bay area. They were asked to participate in a study to observe drinking behaviors. The participants had to meet the DSM-IV
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