Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Research Article: Emotion Regulation in At-Risk Preschoolers: Longitudinal Associations and Influences of Maternal Histories of Risk

Elana G. August (Concordia University, Psychology, Montreal)
Dale M. Stack (Concordia University, Psychology, Montreal)
Alexa Martin-Storey (Université de Sherbrooke, Psychoéducation)
Lisa A. Serbin (Concordia University, Psychology, Montreal)
Jane Ledingham (University of Ottawa, Psychology)

Alex E. Schwartzman (Concordia University, Psychology, Montreal)

Paper Highlights

  • There is some continuity in emotion regulation behaviours from infancy to preschool.
  • Maternal childhood history of risk predicts some aspects of preschool emotion regulation.
  • Maternal non-constructive verbalizations are related to preschoolers' emotion regulation behaviours.

DOI: 10.1002/icd.1954

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