Infants, mothers, and dyadic contributions to stability and prediction of social stress response at 6 months.

@article{Provenzi2016InfantsMA,
  title={Infants, mothers, and dyadic contributions to stability and prediction of social stress response at 6 months.},
  author={Livio Provenzi and Karen L. Olson and Rosario Montirosso and Edward Z. Tronick},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={52 1},
  pages={
          1-8
        }
}
The study of infants' interactive style and social stress response to repeated stress exposures is of great interest for developmental and clinical psychologists. Stable maternal and dyadic behavior is critical to sustain infants' development of an adaptive social stress response, but the association between infants' interactive style and social stress response has received scant attention in previous literature. In the present article, overtime stability of infant, maternal, and dyadic… CONTINUE READING
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