A neurobiological model for the effects of early brainstem functioning on the development of behavior and emotion regulation in infants: implications for prenatal and perinatal risk.

@article{Geva2008ANM,
  title={A neurobiological model for the effects of early brainstem functioning on the development of behavior and emotion regulation in infants: implications for prenatal and perinatal risk.},
  author={Ronny Geva and Ruth Feldman},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2008},
  volume={49 10},
  pages={
          1031-41
        }
}
Neurobiological models propose an evolutionary, vertical-integrative perspective on emotion and behavior regulation, which postulates that regulatory functions are processed along three core brain systems: the brainstem, limbic, and cortical systems. To date, few developmental studies applied these models to research on prenatal and perinatal risk. We propose a conceptual model that incorporates three integrated levels of observations for the study of early risk: (a) brainstem-related… CONTINUE READING
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