Anti – Social Behaviour in Adolescent Girls Say Depression Seven Years LaterPast behavior is generally considered to be a good predictor of future behavior, but new research indicates that may not be the case, particularly in the development of depression, before in young girls. University of Washington social scientists tracked first and second graders for seven years and found that anti-social behavior among girls and anxiety among both sexes predicted depression in early adolescence. Surprisingly, early signs of depression not predictive of adolescent depression.
The project was conducted by the University of Social Development Research Group, with which Mazza is affiliated. At school. 800 children participated in the depression study. Eighty-one % were white and 54 % were boys. The data was from the children and from the children and their parents and teachers when the children were in first or second class. The children from surveys filled the level of depression, anxiety and anti-social behavior, as well as other measures that were not investigated in this study measured.Comments Add CDC Director Julie Gerberding saying that of the decline in the rate deaths from Cancer ‘shows important progress has ‘(McClatchy / Charlotte Observer.