Christine Parsons

Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces

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Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces. / Kataja, Eeva-Leena; Karlsson, Linnea; Leppänen, Jukka M; Pelto, Juho; Häikiö, Tuomo; Nolvi, Saara; Pesonen, Henri; Parsons, Christine E; Hyönä, Jukka; Karlsson, Hasse.

In: Child Development, 08.10.2018.

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Kataja, E-L, Karlsson, L, Leppänen, JM, Pelto, J, Häikiö, T, Nolvi, S, Pesonen, H, Parsons, CE, Hyönä, J & Karlsson, H 2018, 'Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces', Child Development. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13152

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Kataja, E-L., Karlsson, L., Leppänen, J. M., Pelto, J., Häikiö, T., Nolvi, S., ... Karlsson, H. (2018). Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces. Child Development. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13152

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Kataja E-L, Karlsson L, Leppänen JM, Pelto J, Häikiö T, Nolvi S, Pesonen H, Parsons CE, Hyönä J, Karlsson H. 2018. Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces. Child Development. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13152

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Kataja E-L, Karlsson L, Leppänen JM, Pelto J, Häikiö T, Nolvi S et al. Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces. Child Development. 2018 Oct 8. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13152

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Kataja, Eeva-Leena ; Karlsson, Linnea ; Leppänen, Jukka M ; Pelto, Juho ; Häikiö, Tuomo ; Nolvi, Saara ; Pesonen, Henri ; Parsons, Christine E ; Hyönä, Jukka ; Karlsson, Hasse. / Maternal Depressive Symptoms During the Pre- and Postnatal Periods and Infant Attention to Emotional Faces. In: Child Development. 2018.

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abstract = "We examined how infants' attentional disengagement from happy, fearful, neutral, and phase-scrambled faces at 8 months, as assessed by eye tracking, is associated with trajectories of maternal depressive symptoms from early pregnancy to 6 months postpartum (decreasing n = 48, increasing n = 34, and consistently low symptom levels n = 280). The sample (mother-infant dyads belonging to a larger FinnBrain Birth Cohort Study) was collected between 5/2013-6/2016. The overall disengagement probability from faces to distractors was not related to maternal depressive symptoms, but fear bias was heightened in infants whose mothers reported decreasing or increasing depressive symptoms. Exacerbated attention to fearful faces in infants of mothers with depressive symptoms may be independent of the timing of the symptoms in the pre- and postnatal stages.",
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AU - Häikiö, Tuomo

AU - Nolvi, Saara

AU - Pesonen, Henri

AU - Parsons, Christine E

AU - Hyönä, Jukka

AU - Karlsson, Hasse

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