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The Relationship between Maternal Post-natal Depression and Children`s Communication Competence
Park, Chan Hwa; Lee, Yun Seon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of maternal post-natal depression on children`s communication competence, maternal self-efficacy and parenting style. The data on 1,438 pairs of children and their mothers were provided by The Korean Children Panel Study (KCPS). Mothers were assessed by K6(Kessler et al., 2002), The Pearlin Self Efficacy Scale(Pearlin et al., 1981), and The Parental Style Questionnaire(Bornstein, et al., 1996). Children`s communication competence was assessed by K-ASQ. The collected data were analyzed with t-test and path analysis. The major results of this study were as follows : (1) Post-natal maternal depression was not directly associated with the children`s communication competence. (2) Post-natal maternal depression indirectly influenced the children`s communication competence via maternal self-efficacy and the parenting style. The results of this study suggest that post-natal depression within 1 year will not have an effect on the children`s communication competence directly, but will indirectly influence it through maternal self-efficacy and the parenting style when the children are 2 years old.
 Keywords
post-natal depression;children`s communication competence;maternal self-efficacy;parenting style;
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Korean
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