Faculty mentor: Robert Vlisides-Henry
This study examined the association between a mother’s partner relationship quality during pregnancy and her infant’s stress signs after birth and if the mother’s coping behaviors during pregnancy mediated this relation. It was found that partner relationship quality during pregnancy was not associated with infant stress signs and coping behaviors did not act as a mediator. However, coping behaviors did act as a mediator between partner relationship quality and depression.
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