Her scientific interests lie mostly in Prenatal stress, Developmental psychology, Hydrocortisone, Anxiety and Offspring. In her work, Child Behavior Checklist and Toddler is strongly intertwined with Temperament, which is a subfield of Prenatal stress. Her Developmental psychology study frequently links to related topics such as Stressor.
Her Hydrocortisone research includes themes of Pediatrics and Glucocorticoid. Her studies deal with areas such as Child and adolescent psychiatry and Affect as well as Anxiety. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Inflammation, Immunology, Basal and Cohort.
Carolina de Weerth spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Stressor and Internal medicine. Her study in the field of Middle childhood is also linked to topics like Longitudinal study. Her Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Affect, Prenatal stress, Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Depression.
Prenatal stress is a subfield of Offspring that Carolina de Weerth investigates. Her work investigates the relationship between Clinical psychology and topics such as Mental health that intersect with problems in Child development. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Internal medicine, Endocrinology are connected with Physiology and Young infants and other disciplines.
Carolina de Weerth mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Mental health, Breastfeeding and Distress. Her research in Clinical psychology focuses on subjects like Heart disease, which are connected to Erikson's stages of psychosocial development. Her Anxiety study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Offspring, Gestation, Obstetrics, Feeling and Depression.
Her study looks at the relationship between Breastfeeding and fields such as Gut flora, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her study on Distress also encompasses disciplines like
Carolina de Weerth mainly investigates Distress, Psychosocial, Physiology, Clinical psychology and Gut flora. Carolina de Weerth has researched Distress in several fields, including Acquired immune system, Immune system, Anxiety, Hydrocortisone and Full Term. Her Psychosocial research incorporates elements of Intervention, Stressor and Heart disease.
Clinical psychology is integrated with Stress and Quality of life in her study. Her work in Gut flora covers topics such as Delivery mode which are related to areas like Feces. The Feces study combines topics in areas such as Microbiota composition, Food science, Prebiotic and Breast feeding.
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Physiological stress reactivity in human pregnancy—a review
Carolina de Weerth;Jan K. Buitelaar.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2005)
Maternal prenatal stress is associated with the infant intestinal microbiota
Maartje A.C. Zijlmans;Katri Korpela;J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven;Willem M. de Vos;Willem M. de Vos.
Do We Recover from Vacation? Meta‐analysis of Vacation Effects on Health and Well‐being
Jessica de Bloom;Michiel A. J. Kompier;Sabine Geurts;Carolina de Weerth.
Prenatal stress and children's cortisol reaction to the first day of school.
Barbara M. Gutteling;Carolina de Weerth;Jan K. Buitelaar.
Prenatal maternal cortisol levels and infant behavior during the first 5 months
Carolina de Weerth;Yvonne van Hees;Jan K Buitelaar.
Early Human Development (2003)
The effects of prenatal stress on temperament and problem behavior of 27-month-old toddlers
Barbara M. Gutteling;Carolina de Weerth;Sophie H. N. Willemsen-Swinkels;Anja C. Huizink.
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2005)
Development of cortisol circadian rhythm in infancy
Carolina de Weerth;Robbert H Zijl;Jan K Buitelaar.
Early Human Development (2003)
Mechanisms underlying the effects of prenatal psychosocial stress on child outcomes: beyond the HPA axis.
Roseriet Beijers;Jan K. Buitelaar;Carolina de Weerth.
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2014)
Maternal behavior predicts infant cortisol recovery from a mild everyday stressor.
Esther M. Albers;J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven;Fred C.G.J. Sweep;Carolina de Weerth.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2008)
Does Early-Life Exposure to Stress Shape or Impair Cognition?
Willem E. Frankenhuis;Willem E. Frankenhuis;Carolina de Weerth.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2013)
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