Cardiac Vagal Tone and Quality of Parenting Show Concurrent and Time-Ordered Associations That Diverge in Abusive, Neglectful, and Non-Maltreating Mothers.

@article{Skowron2013CardiacVT,
  title={Cardiac Vagal Tone and Quality of Parenting Show Concurrent and Time-Ordered Associations That Diverge in Abusive, Neglectful, and Non-Maltreating Mothers.},
  author={Elizabeth A. Skowron and Elizabeth A Cipriano-Essel and Lorna Smith Benjamin and Aaron L. Pincus and Mark J Van Ryzin},
  journal={Couple & family psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={95-115}
}
Concurrent and lagged maternal respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) was monitored in the context of parenting. One hundred and forty-one preschooler-mother dyads-involved with child welfare as documented perpetrators of child abuse or neglect, or non-maltreating (non-CM)-were observed completing a resting baseline and joint challenge task. Parenting behaviors were coded using SASB (Benjamin, 1996) and maternal RSA was simultaneously monitored, longitudinally-nested within-person (WP), and… CONTINUE READING
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