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Inter-rater reliability and acceptance of the structured diagnostic interview for regulatory problems in infancy
BackgroundRegulatory problems such as excessive crying, sleeping–and feeding difficulties in infancy are some of the earliest precursors of later mental health difficulties emerging throughout theExpand
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The course of maternal repetitive negative thinking at the transition to motherhood and early mother-infant interactions: Is there a link?
Potential long-term associations between repetitive negative thinking and mother-infant interactions have received little attention. The current longitudinal study including N = 62 mother-infantExpand
How a mother processes her infant's distress: Cognitive pathways to maternal insensitivity
Abstract Maternal sensitivity is one of the most frequently considered influences on early infant development. Nevertheless, the cognitive foundations of maternal sensitivity have received littleExpand
The Relevance of Infant Outcome Measures: A Pilot-RCT Comparing Baby Triple P Positive Parenting Program With Care as Usual
Problems in infant mental health such as the ability to experience, regulate, and express emotional states is expressed in behavioral problems like excessive crying, feeding, and sleeping problems.Expand