Parenting in Poverty: Attention Bias and Anxiety Interact to Predict Parents’ Perceptions of Daily Parenting Hassles

  title={Parenting in Poverty: Attention Bias and Anxiety Interact to Predict Parents’ Perceptions of Daily Parenting Hassles},
  author={Eric D. Finegood and C. Cybele Raver and Meriah Lee DeJoseph and Clancy B Blair},
  journal={Journal of Family Psychology},
Research has long acknowledged the centrality of parents’ subjective experiences in the caregiving role for the organization of parenting behaviors and family functioning. Recent scientific advances in cognitive process models and in the neurobiology of parenting indicate that parenting is shaped in part by conscious and nonconscious cognitive processes. This study extends a growing literature on neurocognitive models of parenting by exploring the extent to which attention processes in parents… 
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