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Megan R. Gunnar
Megan R. Gunnar
Professor of Child Psychology, University of Minnesota
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Effects of stress throughout the lifespan on the brain, behaviour and cognition
SJ Lupien, BS McEwen, MR Gunnar, C Heim
Nature reviews neuroscience 10 (6), 434-445, 2009
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The neurobiology of stress and development
M Gunnar, K Quevedo
Annu. Rev. Psychol. 58, 145-173, 2007
23862007
Social regulation of the cortisol levels in early human development
MR Gunnar, B Donzella
Psychoneuroendocrinology 27 (1-2), 199-220, 2002
14352002
Behavioral inhibition and stress reactivity: The moderating role of attachment security
M Nachmias, M Gunnar, S Mangelsdorf, RH Parritz, K Buss
Child development 67 (2), 508-522, 1996
12021996
Low cortisol and a flattening of expected daytime rhythm: Potential indices of risk in human development
MR Gunnar, DM Vazquez
Development and psychopathology 13 (3), 515-538, 2001
11902001
Prolonged institutional rearing is associated with atypically large amygdala volume and difficulties in emotion regulation
N Tottenham, TA Hare, BT Quinn, TW McCarry, M Nurse, T Gilhooly, ...
Developmental science 13 (1), 46-61, 2010
9732010
Child maltreatment and the developing HPA axis
AR Tarullo, MR Gunnar
Hormones and behavior 50 (4), 632-639, 2006
9272006
Salivary cortisol levels in children adopted from Romanian orphanages
MR Gunnar, SJ Morison, KIM Chisholm, M Schuder
Development and psychopathology 13 (3), 611-628, 2001
7192001
Developmental changes in hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal activity over the transition to adolescence: normative changes and associations with puberty
MR Gunnar, S Wewerka, K Frenn, JD Long, C Griggs
Development and psychopathology 21 (1), 69-85, 2009
6782009
Adrenocortical responses to the strange situation in infants with disorganized/disoriented attachment relationships
L Hertsgaard, M Gunnar, MF Erickson, M Nachmias
Child development 66 (4), 1100-1106, 1995
6591995
Stressor paradigms in developmental studies: What does and does not work to produce mean increases in salivary cortisol
MR Gunnar, NM Talge, A Herrera
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (7), 953-967, 2009
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Stress reactivity and attachment security
MR Gunnar, L Brodersen, M Nachmias, K Buss, J Rigatuso
Developmental psychobiology 29 (3), 191-204, 1996
6281996
Psychobiological mechanisms underlying the social buffering of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenocortical axis: A review of animal models and human studies across development.
CE Hostinar, RM Sullivan, MR Gunnar
Psychological bulletin 140 (1), 256, 2014
6252014
Self-organization in developmental processes: Can systems approaches work
E Thelen, M Gunnar
Brain development and cognition: A reader, 555-591, 1993
5861993
Early experience and the development of stress reactivity and regulation in children
MM Loman, MR Gunnar
Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews 34 (6), 867-876, 2010
5832010
Transition to child care: Associations with infant–mother attachment, infant negative emotion, and cortisol elevations
L Ahnert, MR Gunnar, ME Lamb, M Barthel
Child development 75 (3), 639-650, 2004
5592004
Stress neurobiology and developmental psychopathology
MR Gunnar, D Vazquez
Developmental Psychopathology: Volume Two: Developmental Neuroscience, 533-577, 2015
5382015
Quality of early care and buffering of neuroendocrine stress reactions: Potential effects on the developing human brain
MR Gunnar
Preventive medicine 27 (2), 208-211, 1998
5211998
Infant proneness‐to‐distress temperament, maternal personality, and mother‐infant attachment: Associations and goodness of fit
S Mangelsdorf, M Gunnar, R Kestenbaum, S Lang, D Andreas
Child development 61 (3), 820-831, 1990
5061990
Adrenocortical activity and emotion regulation
K Stansbury, MR Gunnar
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 59 (2-3), 108-134, 1994
5001994
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