Recent Publications

Holzman, J. B., & Bridgett, D. J. (In Press). Heart rate variability indices as bio-markers of top-down
         self-regulatory mechanisms: A meta-analytic review. 
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.

Bridgett, D. J., Kanya, M. J., Rutherford, H. J. V., & Mayes, L. C. (In Press). Maternal executive
         functioning as a mechanism in the intergenerational transmission of parenting: Preliminary
Journal of Family Psychology (Special Section).

Edwards, E. S., Holzman, J. B., Burt, N. M., Rutherford, H.J.V., Mayes, L. C., & Bridgett, D. J. (2017).
         Maternal emotion regulation strategies, internalizing problems and infant negative affect.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 48, 59-68.

Nolvi, S., Karlsson, L., Bridgett, D.J., Korja, R., Huizink, A.C., Kataja, E., & Karlsson, H. (2016). 
         Maternal prenatal stress and infant emotional reactivity six months postpartum. Journal of  
         Affective Disorders, 199, 

Nolvi, S., Karlsson, L., Bridgett, D.J., Pajulo, M., Tolvanen, M., & Karlsson, H. (2016). Maternal  
         postnatal depressive and anxiety symptoms, infant temperament, and mother-infant bonding. 
         Infant Behavior and Development, 43, 13-23. 

Burt, N.M., Boddy, L.E., & Bridgett, D. J. (2015). Temperament contributions to eating disorder
         symptoms in emerging adulthood: Additive and Interactive Effects. Eating Behaviors, 18, 30-35. 

Bridgett, D. J., Burt, N. M., Edwards, E. S., & Deater-Deckard, K. (2015). Intergenerational
         Transmission of Self-Regulation: A Multidisciplinary Review and Integrative Conceptual
         Framework. Psychological Bulletin, 141, 602-654. 

Lilly, M. M., London, M. J., & Bridgett, D. J. (2014). Using SEM to examine emotion regulation and 
         revictimization in predicting PTSD symptoms among childhood abuse survivors. Psychological
         Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 6, 644-651.

Laake, L. M., & Bridgett, D. J. (2014). Happy babies, chatty toddlers: Infant positive affect
         facilitates early expressive, but not receptive language. Infant Behavior & Development,

Potapova, N. V., Gartstein, M. A., & Bridgett, D. J. (2014). Paternal influences on infant temperament:
          Effects of father internalizing problems, parenting-related stress, and temperament. Infant
          Behavior & 
Development, 37, 105-110.

Rutherford, H. J. V., Goldberg, B., Luyten, P., Bridgett, D. J., & Mayes, L. C. (2013). Parental
         reflective functioning is associated with tolerance of infant distress but not general distress:
         Evidence for a specific relationship using a simulated baby paradigm. Infant Behavior &
         Development, 36, 635-641.

Oddi, K. B., Murdock, K., Vadnais, S., Bridgett, D. J., & Gartstein, M. A. (2013). Maternal and infant
         temperament characteristics as contributors to parenting stress in the first year postpartum. 
         Infant and Child Development, 22, 553-579.

Bridgett, D. J., Burt, N. M., Laake, L. M., & Oddi, K. B (2013). Maternal self-regulation, relationship
        adjustment, and home chaos: Contributions to infant negative emotionality. Infant Behavior &
        Development, 36,

Bridgett, D. J., Laake, L., Gartstein, M. A., & Dorn, D. (2013). Development of infant positive
        emotionality: The contribution of maternal characteristics and effects on subsequent parenting. 
        Infant and Child Development, 22, 362-382.

Leve, L. D., DeGarmo, D. S., Bridgett, D. J., Neiderhiser, J. M., Shaw, D. S., Harold, G.T., Natsuaki, M.,
        & Reiss, D. (2013).  Using an adoption design to separate genetic, prenatal and temperament
        influences on toddler executive function. Developmental Psychology, 49, 1045-1057.

Gartstein, M.A., Bridgett, D.J., Young, B.N., Panskeep, J., & Power, T. (2013). Origins of effortful control:
         Infant and parent contributions. Infancy, 18, 149-183.

Bridgett, D. J., Oddi, K. B., Laake, L. M., Murdock, K. W., & Bachmann, M. (2013). Integrating and
         differentiating aspects of self-regulation: Effortful control, executive functioning, and links 
         to negative affectivity. Emotion, 13, 47-63.


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