Fig. 1: Correlations between baseline characteristics and depressive symptoms at each time point for the clinical sample (N = 124). | Translational Psychiatry

Fig. 1: Correlations between baseline characteristics and depressive symptoms at each time point for the clinical sample (N = 124).

From: Epigenetic signatures of attachment insecurity and childhood adversity provide evidence for role transition in the pathogenesis of perinatal depression

Fig. 1

Pearson correlations between Edinburgh postpartum depression scale score at and each of mood disorder history, total childhood trauma score, and total attachment insecurity score are plotted at each of seven time points, beginning in late pregnancy and ending at 6 months postpartum. Insecure adult attachment style is of particular importance to mood during pregnancy and the early postnatal period compared to 4 months or more postpartum. Supplementary Table 1. Multiple regression showing attachment insecurity and childhood trauma as predictors of depressive symptom severity.

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