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Elysia Davis
Elysia Davis
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The timing of prenatal exposure to maternal cortisol and psychosocial stress is associated with human infant cognitive development
EP Davis, CA Sandman
Child development 81 (1), 131-148, 2010
8992010
Prenatal exposure to maternal depression and cortisol influences infant temperament
EP Davis, LM Glynn, CD Schetter, C Hobel, A Chicz-Demet, CA Sandman
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 46 (6), 737-746, 2007
8072007
Maternal cortisol over the course of pregnancy and subsequent child amygdala and hippocampus volumes and affective problems
C Buss, EP Davis, B Shahbaba, JC Pruessner, K Head, CA Sandman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (20), E1312-E1319, 2012
6952012
Prenatal maternal stress programs infant stress regulation
EP Davis, LM Glynn, F Waffarn, CA Sandman
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52 (2), 119-129, 2011
6222011
High pregnancy anxiety during mid-gestation is associated with decreased gray matter density in 6–9-year-old children
C Buss, EP Davis, LT Muftuler, K Head, CA Sandman
Psychoneuroendocrinology 35 (1), 141-153, 2010
5402010
Prenatal maternal anxiety and depression predict negative behavioral reactivity in infancy
EP Davis, N Snidman, PD Wadhwa, LM Glynn, CD Schetter, CA Sandman
Infancy 6 (3), 319-331, 2004
3912004
Maternal pregnancy-specific anxiety is associated with child executive function at 6–9 years age
C Buss, EP Davis, CJ Hobel, CA Sandman
Stress 14 (6), 665-676, 2011
3842011
Is there a viability–vulnerability tradeoff? Sex differences in fetal programming
CA Sandman, LM Glynn, EP Davis
Journal of psychosomatic research 75 (4), 327-335, 2013
3652013
Exposure to prenatal psychobiological stress exerts programming influences on the mother and her fetus
CA Sandman, EP Davis, C Buss, LM Glynn
Neuroendocrinology 95 (1), 8-21, 2012
3522012
Prenatal psychobiological predictors of anxiety risk in preadolescent children
EP Davis, CA Sandman
Psychoneuroendocrinology 37 (8), 1224-1233, 2012
2992012
The anterior attention network: Associations with temperament and neuroendocrine activity in 6‐year‐old children
EP Davis, J Bruce, MR Gunnar
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2002
2832002
Fragmentation and unpredictability of early-life experience in mental disorders
TZ Baram, EP Davis, A Obenaus, CA Sandman, SL Small, A Solodkin, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 169 (9), 907-915, 2012
2782012
Prenatal programming of human neurological function
CA Sandman, EP Davis, C Buss, LM Glynn
International journal of peptides 2011, 2011
2682011
New insights into the role of perinatal HPA-axis dysregulation in postpartum depression
LM Glynn, EP Davis, CA Sandman
Neuropeptides 47 (6), 363-370, 2013
2552013
Fetal exposure to maternal depressive symptoms is associated with cortical thickness in late childhood
CA Sandman, C Buss, K Head, EP Davis
Biological psychiatry 77 (4), 324-334, 2015
2282015
Fetal glucocorticoid exposure is associated with preadolescent brain development
EP Davis, CA Sandman, C Buss, DA Wing, K Head
Biological psychiatry 74 (9), 647-655, 2013
2192013
Prenatal maternal anxiety and early childhood temperament
MM Blair, LM Glynn, CA Sandman, EP Davis
Stress 14 (6), 644-651, 2011
2132011
The start of a new school year: Individual differences in salivary cortisol response in relation to child temperament
EP Davis, B Donzella, WK Krueger, MR Gunnar
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1999
1871999
Effects of antenatal corticosteroids on the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis of the fetus and newborn: experimental findings and clinical considerations
F Waffarn, EP Davis
American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 207 (6), 446-454, 2012
1832012
Human milk cortisol is associated with infant temperament
KR Grey, EP Davis, CA Sandman, LM Glynn
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (7), 1178-1185, 2013
1812013
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