Early positive parenting and maternal depression history predict children's relational binding ability at school-age.

@article{Botdorf2019EarlyPP,
  title={Early positive parenting and maternal depression history predict children's relational binding ability at school-age.},
  author={Morgan Botdorf and Tracy Riggins and Lea R Dougherty},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2019}
}
Research has indicated age-related improvements in relational binding, an important process of episodic memory, across development. However, little research has focused on individual differences in relational binding and factors contributing to this variation. Although differences may arise from various sources, early caregiving has been shown to impact aspects of memory related to relational binding and also the hippocampus, a structure critical to binding. The present study investigated the… CONTINUE READING

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