In this study, Drs. Lynn Katz and Kyrill Gurtovenko examined child’s emotion regulation as a moderator and mother’s emotion regulation as a mediator of the relation between mother PTSS and child adjustment.
In this study, Dr. Lynn Katz tested whether cancer survivorship moderates the relation between maternal directiveness—one aspect of intrusiveness—and children’s internalizing problems.
In this study, Dr. Lynn Katz and colleagues compared parental socialization of adolescent positive affect in families of depressed and healthy adolescents.
In this study, Dr. Liliana Lengua tested the hypothesis that the effects of income and cumulative risk on the development of effortful control during preschool would be mediated by parenting.
Dr. Phil Fisher, from the University of Oregon, builds on Dr. Lengua’s video to expand on how adversity impacts child development and strategies for promoting resilience.
Dr. Liliana Lengua examines how familial and social factors associated with adversity can shape children’s brain development as well as promising programs that promote their resilience.