Psychology Presentations

Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

5-2008

Abstract

We explored whether disorganization in the SSP at 13-months could be predicted from infant affect and behaviour in the SFP at 4- months.

We hypothesized that infants in disorganized relationships would have the most difficulty regulating their affect and behaviour in the SFP.

Infants in disorganized relationships were expected to display greater negativity (e.g., crying, negative vocalizations, stress indicators such as spitting up) throughout the SFP, compared to those in organized relationships.

Notes

Presented at The International Conference on Infant Studies, Vancouver, B.C. in May 2008.


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