Meghna Nayak

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OBJECTIVE The present study investigated the performance of high- and low-risk (for child physical abuse) mothers on cognitive measures in a cry (crying infant) and no-cry condition. The degree to which observed risk group differences in cognitive abilities were due to group differences in depression and/or anxiety was explored. METHOD Forty mothers, 20(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Recommendations in pediatrics call for general developmental screening of young children; however, research suggests social-emotional development, in particular, is important as an initial indicator of general well-being versus risk. We aim to describe a program designed to identify the social-emotional status of young children in(More)
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