Amie Hane
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Ordinary variations in maternal caregiving influence human infants' stress reactivity
AA Hane, NA Fox
Psychological science 17 (6), 550-556, 2006
Attention biases to threat link behavioral inhibition to social withdrawal over time in very young children
K Pérez-Edgar, BC Reeb-Sutherland, JM McDermott, LK White, ...
Journal of abnormal child psychology 39, 885-895, 2011
Behavioral reactivity and approach-withdrawal bias in infancy.
AA Hane, NA Fox, HA Henderson, PJ Marshall
Developmental psychology 44 (5), 1491, 2008
The role of maternal behavior in the relation between shyness and social reticence in early childhood and social withdrawal in middle childhood
AA Hane, C Cheah, KH Rubin, NA Fox
Social Development 17 (4), 795-811, 2008
Longitudinal stability of temperamental exuberance and social–emotional outcomes in early childhood.
KA Degnan, AA Hane, HA Henderson, OL Moas, BC Reeb-Sutherland, ...
Developmental Psychology 47 (3), 765, 2011
Family nurture intervention in the neonatal intensive care unit improves social‐relatedness, attention, and neurodevelopment of preterm infants at 18 months in a randomized …
MG Welch, MR Firestein, J Austin, AA Hane, RI Stark, MA Hofer, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 56 (11), 1202-1211, 2015
Plasticity for affective neurocircuitry: How the environment affects gene expression
NA Fox, AA Hane, DS Pine
Current Directions in Psychological Science 16 (1), 1-5, 2007
Depression and anxiety symptoms of mothers of preterm infants are decreased at 4 months corrected age with Family Nurture Intervention in the NICU
MG Welch, MS Halperin, J Austin, RI Stark, MA Hofer, AA Hane, ...
Archives of women's mental health 19, 51-61, 2016
Family nurture intervention improves the quality of maternal caregiving in the neonatal intensive care unit: evidence from a randomized controlled trial
AA Hane, MM Myers, MA Hofer, RJ Ludwig, MS Halperin, J Austin, ...
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 36 (3), 188-196, 2015
Ordinary variations in human maternal caregiving in infancy and biobehavioral development in early childhood: A follow‐up study
AA Hane, HA Henderson, BC Reeb‐Sutherland, NA Fox
Developmental psychobiology 52 (6), 558-567, 2010
Studying the biology of human attachment.
NA Fox, AA Hane
The Guilford Press, 2008
Longitudinal trajectories of social reticence with unfamiliar peers across early childhood.
KA Degnan, AN Almas, HA Henderson, AA Hane, OL Walker, NA Fox
Developmental Psychology 50 (10), 2311, 2014
Autonomic regulation of preterm infants is enhanced by Family Nurture Intervention
SW Porges, MI Davila, GF Lewis, J Kolacz, S Okonmah‐Obazee, ...
Developmental psychobiology 61 (6), 942-952, 2019
Contextual basis of maternal perceptions of infant temperament.
AA Hane, NA Fox, C Polak-Toste, MM Ghera, BM Guner
Developmental psychology 42 (6), 1077, 2006
The role of infant soothability in the relation between infant negativity and maternal sensitivity
MM Ghera, AA Hane, EE Malesa, NA Fox
Infant Behavior and Development 29 (2), 289-293, 2006
Family nurture intervention for preterm infants facilitates positive mother–infant face-to-face engagement at 4 months.
B Beebe, MM Myers, SH Lee, A Lange, J Ewing, N Rubinchik, H Andrews, ...
Developmental Psychology 54 (11), 2016, 2018
The relation between coordinated interpersonal timing and maternal sensitivity in four-month-old infants
AA Hane, S Feldstein, VH Dernetz
Journal of psycholinguistic research 32, 525-539, 2003
Anger and approach motivation in infancy: Relations to early childhood inhibitory control and behavior problems
J He, KA Degnan, JM McDermott, HA Henderson, AA Hane, Q Xu, NA Fox
Infancy 15 (3), 246-269, 2010
The Welch Emotional Connection Screen: validation of a brief mother–infant relational health screen
AA Hane, JN LaCoursiere, M Mitsuyama, S Wieman, RJ Ludwig, ...
Acta Paediatrica 108 (4), 615-625, 2019
Relation of the postnatal attachment questionnaire to the attachment q‐set
S Feldstein, AA Hane, BM Morrison, KY Huang
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 22 (2), 111-121, 2004
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