Poster 164: Ali Palmer – Maternal Sensitivity as a Predictor of Infants’ Physiological Reactivity One Year Later

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Faculty mentor: Lee Raby

This study explores the relationship between maternal sensitivity and physiological reactivity in children across time. Maternal sensitivity is measured during the Still Face Paradigm at seven months, while physiological reactivity is measured one year later at 18 months during the Strange Situation Procedure. Establishing the existence of the relationship between these two variables is an important step toward helping children handle high levels of physiological reactivity in a productive way.

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