Interactions with peers and others Verbally Non-verbally Externalizing problems: Isolation Aggression Anxiety
Disorders illustrate the interplay between personal and social factors. Children with ADHD less likely to develop Conduct Disorder Children interact in a hostile way towards peers
Maternal depression has negative effects on a child’s personal and social well-being that can lead into adulthood. Limitations Marital health Intelligence Low income communities
Future prevention and intervention programs Help parents manage emotions Positive parenting skills
Focus in reducing maternal depression Reduce internalizing and externalizing problems Ways to improve child-mother relation.
Databases Psycharticles Pubmed Csa: social sciences Difficulty separating personal and social well-being
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For the presentation we collaborated in putting the slides and text together. Maria inserted the images and worked on the Introduction, Previous Studies and the Personal & Social slides. Carolina worked on Personal well-being, Methodology, and Future studies slides. Lizbeth worked on the Social well-being, Conclusion, and limitation slides.