Faculty mentor: Dr. Lee Raby
The Still Face Paradigm (SFP) is used to assess infants’ responses to the absence of normal social interaction with the parent. Infants’ responses to this moderately stressful task – both physiologically and behaviorally — can help us understand infant emotion regulation development. In particular, this study examined whether maternal sensitivity is associated with their infants’ physiological and behavioral responses to the SFP.
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