• Publications
  • Influence
Origins and outcomes of individual differences in emotion regulation.
  • S. Calkins
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Monographs of the Society for Research in Child…
  • 1 February 1994
Recent discussions of emotion regulation in infants and young children have focused on the individual differences that exist in this domain of development. Such differences may be seen at the outcomeExpand
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Cardiac vagal tone indices of temperamental reactivity and behavioral regulation in young children.
  • S. Calkins
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Developmental psychobiology
  • 1 September 1997
The relation between two dimensions of vagal tone (Vna), indexed by a baseline measure of Vna and suppression of Vna and temperamental reactivity and behavioral regulation was investigated. Forty-oneExpand
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Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibition and exuberance: psychophysiological and behavioral influences across the first four years of life.
Four-month-old infants were screened (N = 433) for temperamental patterns thought to predict behavioral inhibition, including motor reactivity and the expression of negative affect. Those selected (NExpand
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Cardiac vagal regulation across the preschool period: stability, continuity, and implications for childhood adjustment.
Stability and continuity of vagal regulation of the heart, operationalized as suppression of respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) during challenge, was examined in a longitudinal study of preschoolers.Expand
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Being alone, playing alone, and acting alone: distinguishing among reticence and passive and active solitude in young children.
3 forms of solitude were studied in young children--reticence (onlooker and unoccupied behavior), solitary-passive behavior (solitary-constructive and -exploratory play), and solitary-active behaviorExpand
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Toddler regulation of distress to frustrating events: Temperamental and maternal correlates.
Seventy-three mothers and their 18-month-old toddlers were observed in a series of laboratory procedures designed to assess relations among physiological arousal, frustration distress, emotionExpand
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The Role of Emotion Regulation and Children's Early Academic Success.
This study investigated the role of children's emotion regulation skills and academic success in kindergarten, using a sample of 325 five-year-old children. A mediational analysis addressed theExpand
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Self-regulatory processes in early personality development: A multilevel approach to the study of childhood social withdrawal and aggression
  • S. Calkins, N. Fox
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Development and Psychopathology
  • 20 August 2002
Self-regulatory processes are believed to be critical to early personality and behavioral adjustment. Such processes can be observed on multiple levels, including the physiological, attentional,Expand
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