Developmental psychology, Temperament, Social relation, Reactivity and Distress are her primary areas of study. Particularly relevant to Affective behavior is her body of work in Developmental psychology. Her Temperament research includes elements of Recien nacido, Toddler and Age differences.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Gaze aversion and Emotionality in addition to Social relation. In the subject of general Distress, her work in Personal distress is often linked to Child Nutritional Physiological Phenomena, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her study in the field of Personality development and Big Five personality traits also crosses realms of Longitudinal study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Temperament, Reactivity, Clinical psychology and Longitudinal study. Many of her research projects under Developmental psychology are closely connected to Context with Context, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her Temperament research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Obesity, Socialization, Childhood obesity, Weight gain and Toddler.
Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrocortisone, Aggression and Social behavior. Cynthia A. Stifter usually deals with Personality and limits it to topics linked to Social relation and Dyadic interaction and Mother infant. Her Distress study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Anger and Affective behavior.
Cynthia A. Stifter mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Temperament, Childhood obesity, Toddler and Obesity. Her research investigates the link between Developmental psychology and topics such as Weight gain that cross with problems in Epidemiology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Distress, Clinical psychology and Child development.
Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention and Home visits, Family medicine in her study of Childhood obesity. Her work in Toddler addresses subjects such as Novelty, which are connected to disciplines such as Affect. Her work on Overweight as part of general Obesity study is frequently linked to Healthy eating, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Cynthia A. Stifter spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Temperament, Personality, Distress and Immunization. Her work deals with themes such as Weight gain, Personality Assessment Inventory and Attentional control, which intersect with Temperament. Her Weight gain research incorporates elements of Childhood obesity and Epidemiology.
In her work, Clinical psychology is strongly intertwined with Personality development, which is a subfield of Personality Assessment Inventory. Her study in Attentional control is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Big Five personality traits, Self-control, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development and Child development. Immunization is connected with Dyad, Infant temperament, Mother infant and Infant crying in her study.
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Self-expressiveness within the family context: psychometric support for a new measure
Amy G. Halberstadt;Jude Cassidy;Cynthia A. Stifter;Ross D. Parke.
Psychological Assessment (1995)
The regulation of negative reactivity in infancy: function and development
Cynthia A. Stifter;Julia M. Braungart.
Developmental Psychology (1995)
Infant Reactivity: Physiological Correlates of Newborn and 5-Month Temperament.
Cynthia A. Stifter;Nathan A. Fox.
Developmental Psychology (1990)
Toward a Developmental Model of Child Compliance: The Role of Emotion Regulation in Infancy
Cynthia A. Stifter;Tracy L. Spinrad;Julia M. Braungart-Rieker.
Child Development (1999)
Mothers’ Regulation Strategies in Response to Toddlers’ Affect: Links to Later Emotion Self-Regulation
Tracy L. Spinrad;Cynthia A. Stifter;Nancy Donelan-McCall;Nancy Donelan-McCall;Laura Turner;Laura Turner.
Social Development (2004)
Regulation of negative reactivity during the strange situation: Temperament and attachment in 12-month-old infants☆
Julia M. Braungart;Cynthia A. Stifter.
Infant Behavior & Development (1991)
Behavioral Approach–Inhibition in Toddlers: Prediction From Infancy, Positive and Negative Affective Components, and Relations With Behavior Problems
Samuel P. Putnam;Cynthia A. Stifter.
Child Development (2005)
Infants' responses to frustrating situations: continuity and change in reactivity and regulation.
Julia M. Braungart-Rieker;Cynthia A. Stifter.
Child Development (1996)
Compliance and Noncompliance: The Roles of Maternal Control and Child Temperament
Julia Braungart-Rieker;Molly Murphy Garwood;Cynthia A. Stifter.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (1997)
Exuberant and inhibited toddlers: Stability of temperament and risk for problem behavior
Cynthia A. Stifter;Samuel Putnam;Laudan Jahromi.
Development and Psychopathology (2008)
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