Mothers, daughters, negativity, aggression, emotional regulation, invalidation, positive affect, brain development, brain functions, maternal involvement
This literature review made connections to depression in adolescent girls based on poor relationships with their mothers. Findings are based on recent scientific peer-reviewed publications. No new studies were conducted for this paper. Aggression, negativity, and lack of involvement from mothers are seen to impact daughters' brain development and function such that depression is more likely to occur in the daughter.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Bradley, Joseph, "How Poor Mother-Daughter Relationships Can Lead to Depression in Female Adolescents" (2020). Student Works. 347.
Class Project or Paper
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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