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Caregiving, Attachment and Regulation of Emotions (CARE)

The purpose of the CARE Study is to examine maternal caregiving and the development of infants’ attachment, emotion regulation, patterns of stress reactivity, and mental health in the first year of life; as well as to better understand factors linked to maternal caregiving.

Woodhouse & Buss, PIs
Funder: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

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