Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Family nurture intervention for preterm infants facilitates positive mother–infant face-to-face engagement at 4 months.

Although preterm infants are at risk for social deficits, interventions to improve mother–infant interaction in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) are not part of standard care (SC). Study participants were a subset from a randomized controlled tr…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Patterns of parental emotion-related discourse and links with children’s problem behaviors: A person-centered approach.

Research demonstrates that parents’ emotion-related discourse during reminiscing shapes children’s psychosocial outcomes, yet little is known about how different forms of parental emotion-related discourse work in combination. The present study takes a…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Trajectories of positive and negative affect across the transition to college: The role of daily interactions with parents and friends.

The college transition is uniquely challenging for many first-year students. Few studies have investigated developmental change in students’ adjustment across this brief, but significant transition, nor the daily interpersonal dynamics that are associa…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Robust stability and physiological correlates of infants’ patterns of regulatory behavior in the still-face paradigm at 3 and 9 months.

This study examined the stability of three patterns of infant regulatory behavior identified in the face-to-face still-face (FFSF) paradigm at 3 and 9 months—social-positive oriented, distressed-inconsolable, and self-comfort oriented—and whether varia…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Japanese mothers’ prebirth Adult Attachment Interview predicts their infants’ response to the Strange Situation Procedure: The strange situation in Japan revisited three decades later.

The current study investigated the intergenerational transmission of attachment in Sapporo, Japan, using the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) and the Strange Situation Procedure (SSP). This is the first SSP study in Sapporo in three decades, after a st…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Interactive effects of early-life income harshness and unpredictability on children’s socioemotional and academic functioning in kindergarten and adolescence.

This research investigates whether and how two fundamental environmental factors—harshness and unpredictability—interact in regulating child and adolescent development, informed by life-history theory and drawing on data from the National Institute of …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Pathways to ethnic-racial identity development and psychological adjustment: The differential associations of cultural socialization by parents and peers.

Ethnic-racial identity (ERI) development is a central developmental process for youth of color. Although a great deal of research establishes the importance of cultural socialization by parents to the development of ERI, limited empirical work has exam…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Does early executive function predict teacher–child relationships from kindergarten to second grade?

Teacher–child relationships have been linked to children’s classroom engagement and to academic achievement. However, researchers have paid minimal attention to individual child factors that predict the development of these relationships. In the curren…

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