Maternal representations of the infant: associations with infant response to the still face.

@article{Rosenblum2002MaternalRO,
  title={Maternal representations of the infant: associations with infant response to the still face.},
  author={Katherine L. Rosenblum and Susan C McDonough and Maria Muzik and Alison F. Miller and Arnold J. Sameroff},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2002},
  volume={73 4},
  pages={999-1015}
}
Mothers' representations of their infants may influence early development of emotional self-regulation. This study examined the associations between characteristics of mothers' (N = 100) narratives about their 7-month-old infants, maternal depression, and their infants' affect regulation during the Still Face procedure. Findings showed that (1) mothers' representations were linked with individual differences in their infants' behavior across the Still Face procedure, (2) the association between… CONTINUE READING

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