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Mothers’ Insistence when Prohibiting Infants from Harming Others in Everyday Interactions

Journal Article published 11 Oct 2016 in Frontiers in Psychology volume 7

Research funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1R03HD077155-01) | Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects

Authors: Audun Dahl

The development of infant detection of inauthentic emotion.

Journal Article published 2014 in Emotion volume 14 issue 3 on pages 488 to 503

Research funded by Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects | National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD-62766)

Authors: Eric A. Walle, Joseph J. Campos

Mothers’ tone of voice depends on the nature of infants’ transgressions.

Journal Article published 2014 in Emotion volume 14 issue 4 on pages 651 to 665

Research funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1R03HD077155-01) | Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects | Norway American Association

Authors: Audun Dahl, Briana R. Sherlock, Joseph J. Campos, Frédéric E. Theunissen

Children’s perceptions of emotion regulation strategy effectiveness: links with attachment security

Journal Article published 28 Apr 2016 in Attachment & Human Development volume 18 issue 4 on pages 354 to 372

Research funded by Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects (201005)

Authors: Sara F. Waters, Ross A. Thompson

“I Didn’t Do That!” Event Valence and Child Age Influence Adults’ Discernment of Preschoolers’ True and False Statements

Journal Article published 20 Oct 2017 in Journal of Interpersonal Violence on page 088626051773627

Research funded by Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects

Authors: Jonni L. Johnson, Sue D. Hobbs, Yoojin Chae, Gail S. Goodman, Donna Shestowsky, Stephanie D. Block

Not in front of the kids: Effects of parental suppression on socialization behaviors during cooperative parent–child interactions.

Journal Article published 26 Nov 2018 in Emotion

Research funded by National Institute of Mental Health (T32MH019391) | National Science Foundation (BCS 1430799) | Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects

Authors: Helena Rose Karnilowicz, Sara F. Waters, Wendy Berry Mendes

Infant differential behavioral responding to discrete emotions.

Journal Article published Oct 2017 in Emotion volume 17 issue 7 on pages 1078 to 1091

Research funded by Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects | National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD-62766)

Authors: Eric A. Walle, Peter J. Reschke, Linda A. Camras, Joseph J. Campos

Unresolved loss, a risk factor for offspring, predicts event-related potential responses to death-related imagery.

Journal Article published Jan 2017 in Developmental Psychology volume 53 issue 1 on pages 191 to 199

Research funded by Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects

Authors: Naomi I. Gribneau Bahm, Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Mary Main, Erik Hesse

Vocal tones influence young children’s responses to prohibitions

Journal Article published Dec 2016 in Journal of Experimental Child Psychology volume 152 on pages 71 to 91

Research funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1R03HD077155-01) | Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects | Norway–America Association

Authors: Audun Dahl, Amy Q. Tran

Evidence for attachment vitamins: a trauma-informed universal prevention programme for parents of young children

Journal Article published 10 Sep 2018 in Early Child Development and Care on pages 1 to 6

Research funded by Frontiers of Innovation, Harvard University Center on the Developing Child (seed grant) | Amini Foundation for the Study of Affects

Authors: Sara F. Waters, Annmarie Hulette, Mindy Davis, Rosemary Bernstein, Alicia Lieberman