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From Early Family Systems to Internalizing Symptoms : The Role of Emotion Regulation and Peer Relations
Research has demonstrated the importance of early family characteristics, such as the quality of caregiving, on children's later mental health. Information is, however, needed about the role of more holistic family systems ...
Early Family Relationships Predict Children’s Emotion Regulation and Defense Mechanisms
Early family relationships have been suggested to influence the development of children’s affect regulation, involving both emotion regulation and defense mechanisms. However, we lack research on the specific family ...
The emergence and stability of the attentional bias to fearful faces in infancy
Several studies have shown that at 7 months of age, infants display an attentional bias toward fearful facial expressions. In this study, we analyzed visual attention and heart rate data from a cross-sectional study with ...