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Maternal Secure Base Script Knowledge and Maternal Emotion Regulation as Predictors of Child Social-Emotional Outcomes

Semester: Spring 2024

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This thesis examined the intergenerational consequences of maternal attachment style (as assessed by their knowledge of the secure base script) and maternal emotion regulation abilities for their children's social-emotional abilities. I hypothesized that mothers with higher secure base script knowledge and fewer difficulties regulating their emotions will have children with fewer emotional and behavioral problems, fewer regulatory difficulties, and more social-emotional competencies.

Presenter Name: Abigail Christensen

Presentation Type: Poster
Presentation Format: In Person
Presentation #C66
College: Social & Behavioral Science
School / Department: Psychology
Research Mentor: Arabella Young
Date | Time: Tuesday, Apr 9th | 1:00 PM