Angeline Maughan, Ph.D.

2005 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
"Angeline Maughan"
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Dante Cicchetti grad student 2005 Rochester
 (Transmission of pathology from depressed mothers to their children: A search for mediating and moderating processes in understanding depressed offspring's risk for psychopathology.)
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Rohrer LM, Cicchetti D, Rogosch FA, et al. (2011) Effects of maternal negativity and of early and recent recurrent depressive disorder on children's false belief understanding. Developmental Psychology. 47: 170-81
Maughan A, Cicchetti D, Toth SL, et al. (2007) Early-occurring maternal depression and maternal negativity in predicting young children's emotion regulation and socioemotional difficulties. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 35: 685-703
Cicchetti D, Rogosch FA, Maughan A, et al. (2003) False belief understanding in maltreated children. Development and Psychopathology. 15: 1067-91
Toth SL, Maughan A, Manly JT, et al. (2002) The relative efficacy of two interventions in altering maltreated preschool children's representational models: implications for attachment theory. Development and Psychopathology. 14: 877-908
Maughan A, Cicchetti D. (2002) Impact of child maltreatment and interadult violence on children's emotion regulation abilities and socioemotional adjustment. Child Development. 73: 1525-42
Toth SL, Cicchetti D, Macfie J, et al. (2000) Narrative representations of caregivers and self in maltreated pre-schoolers. Attachment & Human Development. 2: 271-305
Toth SL, Cicchetti D, Macfie J, et al. (2000) Narrative representations of moral-affiliative and conflictual themes and behavioral problems in maltreated preschoolers. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology. 29: 307-18
Palumbo D, Maughan A, Kurlan R. (1997) Hypothesis III. Tourette syndrome is only one of several causes of a developmental basal ganglia syndrome. Archives of Neurology. 54: 475-83
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