Peggy C. Maclean, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2010 Psychology University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Individual and Family Studies, Early Childhood Education
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Sarah J. Erickson grad student 2010 Univ. of New Mexico
 (Maternal perception of child vulnerability in preschoolers born very low birth weight.)
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Lowe JR, Coulombe P, Moss NC, et al. (2016) Maternal touch and infant affect in the Still Face Paradigm: A cross-cultural examination. Infant Behavior & Development. 44: 110-120
MacLean PC, Rynes KN, Aragón C, et al. (2014) Mother-infant mutual eye gaze supports emotion regulation in infancy during the Still-Face paradigm. Infant Behavior & Development. 37: 512-22
Erickson SJ, Montague EQ, Maclean PC, et al. (2012) Differential ethnic associations between maternal flexibility and play sophistication in toddlers born very low birth weight. Infant Behavior & Development. 35: 860-9
Lowe JR, MacLean PC, Duncan AF, et al. (2012) Association of maternal interaction with emotional regulation in 4- and 9-month infants during the Still Face Paradigm. Infant Behavior & Development. 35: 295-302
Lowe JR, Maclean PC, Caprihan A, et al. (2012) Comparison of cerebral volume in children aged 18-22 and 36-47 months born preterm and term. Journal of Child Neurology. 27: 172-7
Hoyt T, Wray AM, Wiggins KT, et al. (2012) Personality Profiles of Intimate Partner Violence Offenders With and Without PTSD Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 51: 239-256
Lowe J, MacLean PC, Shaffer ML, et al. (2009) Early working memory in children born with extremely low birth weight: assessed by object permanence. Journal of Child Neurology. 24: 410-5
Maclean PC, Erickson SJ, Lowe JR. (2009) Comparing emotional reactivity and regulation in infants born ELGA and VLGA. Infant Behavior & Development. 32: 336-9
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