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Preschoolers' distress and regulatory behaviors vary as a function of infant-mother attachment security



Preschoolers' distress and regulatory behaviors vary as a function of infant-mother attachment security



Infant Behavior and Development 44: 144-147



Children (N=98) with higher attachment security scores, and lower resistance and avoidance scores during the Strange Situation at 16 months demonstrated somewhat more adaptive observed and mother-reported emotion regulation as preschoolers independent of maternal behavior.

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PMID: 27394661

DOI: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2016.06.008


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