Family stress moderates relations between physiological and behavioral synchrony and child self-regulation in mother-preschooler dyads.

@article{Suveg2016FamilySM,
  title={Family stress moderates relations between physiological and behavioral synchrony and child self-regulation in mother-preschooler dyads.},
  author={Cynthia Suveg and Anne Shaffer and Molly Davis},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={83-97}
}
From a bio-behavioral framework, the relations between physiological synchrony, positive behavioral synchrony, and child self-regulation under varying levels of risk were examined among 93 mother- (M age = 30.44 years, SD = 5.98 years) preschooler (M age = 3.47 years, SD =.52 years, 58.70% male) dyads. Physiological synchrony was examined using interbeat interval (IBI) data and measures of positive behavioral synchrony and self-regulation were based on observations of a mother-child interaction… CONTINUE READING
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