Esther M. Leerkes focuses on Developmental psychology, Distress, Maternal sensitivity, Temperament and Personality. Her research brings together the fields of Cognition and Developmental psychology. Her work deals with themes such as Cognitive psychology and Self-control, which intersect with Cognition.
Esther M. Leerkes interconnects Social relation, Novelty and Aggression in the investigation of issues within Distress. Her study explores the link between Maternal sensitivity and topics such as Psychiatry that cross with problems in Negative emotionality and Observational study. Her research in Temperament intersects with topics in Personality Assessment Inventory, Arousal and Psychometrics.
Developmental psychology, Maternal sensitivity, Distress, Cognition and Clinical psychology are her primary areas of study. Her studies deal with areas such as Temperament, Personality, Anger and Association as well as Developmental psychology. Her Maternal sensitivity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Arousal, Strange situation, Attachment measures, Toddler and Crying.
Her Distress study incorporates themes from Social relation, Longitudinal study, Attachment security, Psychiatry and Object Attachment. Her Cognition study combines topics in areas such as Academic achievement, Early childhood and Self-control. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Clinical psychology, Infant development is strongly linked to Young adult.
Esther M. Leerkes spends much of her time researching Maternal sensitivity, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Distress and Cognition. The various areas that she examines in her Maternal sensitivity study include Longitudinal study, Moderation, Attachment measures, Anthropometry and Crying. Esther M. Leerkes has included themes like Association and Event-related potential in her Developmental psychology study.
Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Biopsychosocial model and Arousal. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Neuroticism, Personality, Attribution and Recall. Her study in Cognition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Academic achievement and Early childhood.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognition, Developmental psychology, Early childhood, Vagal tone and Maternal sensitivity. Her work on Event-related potential as part of general Cognition study is frequently connected to Go/no go, Academic skills and Control, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The study incorporates disciplines such as Executive functions and Card sorting in addition to Developmental psychology.
Her Early childhood research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stressor, Stress reactivity, Audiology and Cognitive flexibility. Esther M. Leerkes combines subjects such as Attachment measures, Distress, Moderation and Crying with her study of Maternal sensitivity. Her Distress research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social information processing and Longitudinal study.
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Differential Effects of Maternal Sensitivity to Infant Distress and Nondistress on Social-Emotional Functioning
Esther M. Leerkes;A. Nayena Blankson;Marion O’Brien.
Child Development (2009)
Development and Assessment of Short and Very Short Forms of the Infant Behavior Questionnaire–Revised
Samuel P Putnam;Amy L Helbig;Maria A Gartstein;Mary K Rothbart.
Journal of Personality Assessment (2014)
Early attachment processes and the development of emotional self-regulation.
Susan D. Calkins;Esther M. Leerkes.
Handbook of self-regulation: Research, theory, and applications, 2011, ISBN 9781606239483, págs. 355-374 (2011)
The development of maternal self-efficacy and its impact on maternal behavior.
Esther M. Leerkes;Susan C. Crockenberg.
Infant social and emotional development in family context.
Susan Crockenberg;Esther Leerkes.
Infant and maternal behaviors regulate infant reactivity to novelty at 6 months.
Susan C. Crockenberg;Esther M. Leerkes.
Developmental Psychology (2004)
Parental acceptance, postpartum depression, and maternal sensitivity: mediating and moderating processes.
Susan C. Crockenberg;Esther M. Leerkes.
Journal of Family Psychology (2003)
The reliability and validity of the Infant Behavior Questionnaire-Revised.
Stephanie H. Parade;Esther M. Leerkes.
Infant Behavior & Development (2008)
Emotion and Cognition Processes in Preschool Children
Esther M. Leerkes;Matthew John Paradise;Marion O'Brien;Susan D. Calkins.
Merrill-palmer Quarterly (2008)
Predictors of Maternal Sensitivity to Infant Distress
Esther M. Leerkes.
Parenting: Science and Practice (2010)
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