Ruth Feldman
Ruth Feldman
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Parent–infant synchrony and the construction of shared timing; physiological precursors, developmental outcomes, and risk conditions
R Feldman
Journal of Child psychology and Psychiatry 48 (3‐4), 329-354, 2007
9792007
Evidence for a neuroendocrinological foundation of human affiliation: plasma oxytocin levels across pregnancy and the postpartum period predict mother-infant bonding
R Feldman, A Weller, O Zagoory-Sharon, A Levine
Psychological science 18 (11), 965-970, 2007
8322007
Mother–infant affect synchrony as an antecedent of the emergence of self-control.
R Feldman, CW Greenbaum, N Yirmiya
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 223, 1999
7891999
Comparison of skin-to-skin (kangaroo) and traditional care: parenting outcomes and preterm infant development
R Feldman, AI Eidelman, L Sirota, A Weller
Pediatrics 110 (1), 16-26, 2002
7612002
Oxytocin and social affiliation in humans
R Feldman
Hormones and behavior 61 (3), 380-391, 2012
5822012
Student satisfaction: Towards an empirical deconstruction of the concept
J Wiers-Jenssen, B Stensaker, JB Gr⊘ gaard
Quality in higher education 8 (2), 183-195, 2002
567*2002
Maternal depression and anxiety across the postpartum year and infant social engagement, fear regulation, and stress reactivity
R Feldman, A Granat, C Pariente, H Kanety, J Kuint, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 48 (9), 919-927, 2009
5572009
Natural variations in maternal and paternal care are associated with systematic changes in oxytocin following parent–infant contact
R Feldman, I Gordon, I Schneiderman, O Weisman, O Zagoory-Sharon
Psychoneuroendocrinology 35 (8), 1133-1141, 2010
5522010
Infant–mother and infant–father synchrony: The coregulation of positive arousal
R Feldman
Infant Mental Health Journal: Official Publication of The World Association …, 2003
4972003
Oxytocin and the development of parenting in humans
I Gordon, O Zagoory-Sharon, JF Leckman, R Feldman
Biological psychiatry 68 (4), 377-382, 2010
4642010
Skin‐to‐skin contact (Kangaroo Care) accelerates autonomic and neurobehavioural maturation in preterm infants
R Feldman, AI Eidelman
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 45 (4), 274-281, 2003
4402003
Parent–infant synchrony: Biological foundations and developmental outcomes
R Feldman
Current directions in psychological science 16 (6), 340-345, 2007
4312007
Maternal-preterm skin-to-skin contact enhances child physiologic organization and cognitive control across the first 10 years of life
R Feldman, Z Rosenthal, AI Eidelman
Biological psychiatry 75 (1), 56-64, 2014
4102014
Measuring cortisol in human psychobiological studies
A Levine, O Zagoory-Sharon, R Feldman, JG Lewis, A Weller
Physiology & behavior 90 (1), 43-53, 2007
4102007
The plasticity of human maternal brain: longitudinal changes in brain anatomy during the early postpartum period.
P Kim, JF Leckman, LC Mayes, R Feldman, X Wang, JE Swain
Behavioral neuroscience 124 (5), 695, 2010
3912010
The development of siblings of children with autism at 4 and 14 months: Social engagement, communication, and cognition
N Yirmiya, I Gamliel, T Pilowsky, R Feldman, S Baron‐Cohen, M Sigman
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47 (5), 511-523, 2006
3702006
Breastfeeding, brain activation to own infant cry, and maternal sensitivity
P Kim, R Feldman, LC Mayes, V Eicher, N Thompson, JF Leckman, ...
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 52 (8), 907-915, 2011
3652011
The nature of the mother's tie to her infant: Maternal bonding under conditions of proximity, separation, and potential loss
R Feldman, A Weller, JF Leckman, J Kuint, AI Eidelman
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 40 (6 …, 1999
3651999
Sensitive parenting is associated with plasma oxytocin and polymorphisms in the OXTR and CD38 genes
R Feldman, O Zagoory-Sharon, O Weisman, I Schneiderman, I Gordon, ...
Biological psychiatry 72 (3), 175-181, 2012
3642012
Skin-to-Skin contact (Kangaroo care) promotes self-regulation in premature infants: sleep-wake cyclicity, arousal modulation, and sustained exploration.
R Feldman, A Weller, L Sirota, AI Eidelman
Developmental psychology 38 (2), 194, 2002
3572002
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