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Parental Reflective Functioning correlates to brain activation in response to video-stimuli of mother–child dyads: Links to maternal trauma history and PTSD Moser, Dominik Andreas; Suardi, Francesca; Rossignol, Ana Sancho; Vital, Marylène; ... Schechter, Daniel 2019
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Improving mental health and physiological stress responses in mothers following traumatic childbirth and in their infants: study protocol for the Swiss TrAumatic biRth Trial (START) Sandoz, Vania; Deforges, Camille; Stuijfzand, Suzannah; Epiney, Manuella; ... Horsch, Antje 2019
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Neurofeedback Tunes Scale-Free Dynamics in Spontaneous Brain Activity Ros, Tomas; Frewen, P.; Théberge, J.; Michela, Abele; ... Lanius, R. A. 2016
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Methylation of NR3C1 is related to maternal PTSD, parenting stress and maternal medial prefrontal cortical activity in response to child separation among mothers with histories of violence exposure Schechter, Daniel; Moser, Dominik; Giacobino, Ariane; Stenz, Ludwig; ... Rusconi Serpa, Sandra 2015
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Extent of Trauma Exposure and PTSD Symptom Severity as Predictors of Anxiety-Buffer Functioning Chatard, Armand; Pyszczynski, Tom; Arndt, Jamie; Selimbegovic, Leila; ... Van der Linden, Martial 2012
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Maternal Post-traumatic Stress and Response to Toddler Distress : What is the Impact on Mutual Emotion Regulation and the Child's Social-Emotional Development? Schechter, Daniel 2010