Ginger A. Moore, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Area:
Facial Expression of Emotion, Depression
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Parents

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Jeffrey F. Cohn grad student 2000 University of Pittsburgh
 (Developmental change and individual differences in infant affective behaviors in the still -face paradigm and relations with infant attachment and toddler problem behaviors.)

Children

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Cathi B. Propper grad student Duke
Alex Busuito grad student 2020 (PsychTree)
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Busuito A, Quigley KM, Moore GA, et al. (2019) In sync: Physiological correlates of behavioral synchrony in infants and mothers. Developmental Psychology
Groh AM, Propper C, Mills-Koonce R, et al. (2017) Mothers' Physiological and Affective Responding to Infant Distress: Unique Antecedents of Avoidant and Resistant Attachments. Child Development
Mammen MA, Busuito A, Moore GA, et al. (2017) Physiological functioning moderates infants' sensory sensitivity in higher conflict families. Developmental Psychobiology
Quigley KM, Moore GA, Propper CB, et al. (2016) Vagal Regulation in Breastfeeding Infants and Their Mothers. Child Development
Gueron-Sela N, Propper CB, Wagner NJ, et al. (2016) Infant respiratory sinus arrhythmia and maternal depressive symptoms predict toddler sleep problems. Developmental Psychobiology
Mammen MA, Moore GA, Scaramella LV, et al. (2016) Infant patterns of reactivity to tactile stimulation during parent-child interaction. Infant Behavior & Development. 44: 121-132
Wagner NJ, Mills-Koonce WR, Propper CB, et al. (2016) Associations between Infant Behaviors during the Face-To-Face Still-Face Paradigm and Oppositional Defiant and Callous-Unemotional Behaviors in Early Childhood. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
Moore GA, Quigley KM, Voegtline KM, et al. (2015) Don't worry, be (moderately) happy: Mothers' anxiety and positivity during pregnancy independently predict lower mother-infant synchrony. Infant Behavior & Development. 42: 60-68
Mammen MA, Moore GA, Scaramella LV, et al. (2015) INFANT AVOIDANCE DURING A TACTILE TASK PREDICTS AUTISM SPECTRUM BEHAVIORS IN TODDLERHOOD. Infant Mental Health Journal
Beekman C, Neiderhiser JM, Buss KA, et al. (2015) The Development of Early Profiles of Temperament: Characterization, Continuity, and Etiology. Child Development. 86: 1794-811
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