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JurnalDevelopment and Psychopathology vol. 29 no. 5 (Dec. 2017)
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0954-5794    Year:: 2017    Bulan: 12    Edisi: Des 2017    
Penerbit: Cambridge University Press
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  1. Epigenetic Correlates of Neonatal Contact In Humans, halaman 1517-1538
  2. Shaping Long-Term Primate Development: Telomere Length Trajectory As an Indicator of Early Maternal Maltreatment and Predictor of Future Physiologic Regulation, halaman 1539-1551
  3. Effects of Pre- and Postnatal Maternal Stress on Infant Temperament and Autonomic Nervous System Reactivity and Regulation in a Diverse, Low-Income Population, halaman 1553-1571
  4. Positive Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy Associated With Specific Forms of Adaptive Development in Early Childhood: Evidence From a Longitudinal Study, halaman 1573-1587
  5. Immune and Neuroendocrine Correlates of Temperament in Infancy, halaman 1589-1600
  6. Cumulative Prenatal Exposure to Adversity Reveals Associations with a Broad Range of Neurodevelopmental Outcomes That Are Moderated By a Novel, Biologically Informed Polygenetic Score Based on the Serotonin Transporter Solute Carrier Family C6, Member 4 (Slc6a4) Gene Expression, halaman 1601-1617
  7. Stress Exposure and Psychopathology Alter Methylation of The Serotonin Receptor 2a (HTR2A) Gene in Preschoolers, halaman 1619-1626
  8. Change in FK506 Binding Protein 5 (FKBP5) Methylation Over Time Among Preschoolers With Adversity, halaman 1627-1634
  9. Dynamic Stress-Related Epigenetic Regulation of the Glucocorticoid Receptor Gene Promoter during Early Development: The Role of Child Maltreatment, halaman 1635-1648
  10. Exploring Longitudinal Associations between Neighborhood Disadvantage and Cortisol Levels in Early Childhood, halaman 1649-1662
  11. Variation in DNA Methylation of the Oxytocin Receptor Gene Predicts Children's Resilience to Prenatal Stress, halaman 1663-1674
  12. Reward Sensitivity, Impulse Control, and Social Cognition as Mediators of the Link between Childhood Family Adversity and Externalizing Behavior in Eight Countries, halaman 1675-1688
  13. A Neurocomputational Investigation of Reinforcement-Based Decision Making as a Candidate Latent Vulnerability Mechanism in Maltreated Children, halaman 1689-1705
  14. Using an Adoption–Biological Family Design to Examine Associations between Maternal Trauma, Maternal Depressive Symptoms, and Child Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors, halaman 1707-1720
  15. Threat Vigilance and Socioeconomic Disparities in Metabolic Health, halaman 1721-1733
  16. Childhood Maltreatment Moderates the Effect of Combat Exposure on Cingulum Structural Integrity, halaman 1735-1747
  17. Effects of Early Institutionalization on Emotion Processing in 12-Year-Old Youth, halaman 1749-1761
  18. Child Temperament and Teacher Relationship Interactively Predict Cortisol Expression: The Prism of Classroom Climate, halaman 1763-1775
  19. Dimensions of Childhood Adversity Have Distinct Associations with Neural Systems Underlying Executive Functioning, halaman 1777-1794
  20. Methylation of the Glucocorticoid Receptor Gene, Nuclear Receptor Subfamily 3, Group C, Member 1 (NR3C1), In Maltreated and Nonmaltreated Children: Associations with Behavioral Undercontrol, Emotional Lability/Negativity, and Externalizing and Internalizing Symptoms, halaman 1795-1806
  21. From Child Maltreatment to Emerging Adult Problem Drinking: Identification of a Multilevel Internalizing Pathway among African American Youth, halaman 1807-1821
  22. In The Eye of the Beholder: Perceptions of Neighborhood Adversity and Psychotic Experiences in Adolescence, halaman 1823-1837
  23. External-Environmental and Internal-Health Early Life Predictors of Adolescent Development, halaman 1839-1849
  24. The Association between Early Life Stress and Prefrontal Cortex Activation during Implicit Emotion Regulation Is Moderated By Sex in Early Adolescence, halaman 1851-1864
  25. Altered Ventral Striatal–Medial Prefrontal Cortex Resting-State Connectivity Mediates Adolescent Social Problems after Early Institutional Care, halaman 1865-1876
  26. Childhood Adversity Moderates the Influence of Proximal Episodic Stress on the Cortisol Awakening Response and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents, halaman 1877-1893
  27. Early Life Stress, FK506 Binding Protein 5 Gene (FKBP5) Methylation, and Inhibition-Related Prefrontal Function: A Prospective Longitudinal Study, halaman 1895-1903
  28. Does Striving to Succeed Come at a Physiological or Psychosocial Cost for Adults Who Experienced Child Maltreatment?, halaman 1905-1919
  29. Childhood Quality Influences Genetic Sensitivity to Environmental Influences Across Adulthood: A Life-Course Gene × Environment Interaction Study, halaman 1921-1933
  30. Childhood Abuse and Neglect and Physical Health at Midlife: Prospective, Longitudinal Evidence, halaman 1935-1946
  31. Assessing the Interplay between Multigenic and Environmental Influences on Adolescent to Adult Pathways of Antisocial Behaviors, halaman 1947-1967
  32. When Inflammation and Depression Go Together: The Longitudinal Effects of Parent–Child Relationships, halaman 1969-1986

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