By Dante Cicchetti, Sheree Toth, Marcy Bush (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin (eds.)
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Specifically, these children were more active, less cooperative, and engaged in more selfpraise than did the children of parents without disorders. Evidence also indicates that peers of children with an affectively ill parent perceive these children as different, abrasive, withdrawn, and unhappy (Weintraub, Winters, & Neale, 1986). Overall, the difficulties evidenced in peer relations indicate that intervention in this stage-salient area is needed if children of mood-disordered parents are to adjust adaptively.
Despite the difficulties associated with much of the research, more recent studies on offspring of depressed parents are continuing to reveal differences that can affect peer interactions. In a study of 4- 8-year-olds, 32 DANTE CICCHE1TI et ai. children with a depressed parent exhibited behavioral difficulties while drawing (Samuel, Friedman, & Mayfield, 1987). Specifically, these children were more active, less cooperative, and engaged in more selfpraise than did the children of parents without disorders.
Affective motivational "play style" (persistence, enthusiasm, positive affect) significantly correlated both with level of cognitive development, symbolic play maturity, and social play. These results attest to the coherence of development in children with Down syndrome. In normally developing children, the use of language and play to 22 DANTE CICCHETII et al. represent early conceptions of self and other is an age-appropriate manifestation of children's growing awareness of self and other (Bretherton, 1984).
Advances in Clinical Child Psychology by Dante Cicchetti, Sheree Toth, Marcy Bush (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin (eds.)