Irritable children more likely to be depressed adults

09/4/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Irritable children are more likely to end up as depressed adults, according to a study from the National Institute of Mental Health. Researchers said children who became angry or pitched a tantrum when parents made requests, and those who argued with teachers, were more likely to have major depression or anxiety disorders as adults.

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