Her main research concerns Depression, Developmental psychology, Child development, Postpartum depression and Psychiatry. Her study in Depression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cognitive development, Longitudinal study, Cohort study and Clinical psychology. Her Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Social relation, Personality development, Cognition and Anxiety disorder, Anxiety.
Her Child development research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intervention and Mental health. Her research in Psychiatry intersects with topics in Rutter and Psychometrics. Her Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale research focuses on Pediatrics and how it connects with Odds ratio, Randomized controlled trial and Psychological intervention.
Lynne Murray mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Depression, Child development, Psychiatry and Clinical psychology. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive development, Cognition, Longitudinal study and Anxiety. Her work carried out in the field of Cognitive development brings together such families of science as Cognitive skill, Randomized controlled trial and Socioemotional selectivity theory.
She combines subjects such as Facial expression and Affect with her study of Cognition. Her studies in Depression integrate themes in fields like Offspring, Psychopathology and Pediatrics. Her work deals with themes such as Mirror neuron, Gaze, Social change, Imitation and Major depressive disorder, which intersect with Child development.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Child development, Randomized controlled trial, Psychological intervention and Cognitive development. Her research in the fields of Mother infant overlaps with other disciplines such as Cultural diversity. Her Child development study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Depression and Gaze.
Her Randomized controlled trial research incorporates elements of Intervention, Psychiatry, Early childhood and Pediatrics. Her research integrates issues of Maternal sensitivity and Clinical psychology in her study of Psychological intervention. Her study focuses on the intersection of Cognitive development and fields such as Socioemotional selectivity theory with connections in the field of Prosocial behavior and Mental health.
Her primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Child development, Cognitive development, Depression and Facial expression. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention and Imitation, Cognitive imitation, Cognition in addition to Developmental psychology. The various areas that Lynne Murray examines in her Child development study include Action, Psychiatric interview, Developmental Science, Early infancy and Infant newborn.
Her Cognitive development research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Interpersonal communication, Cognitive skill, Psychological testing and Maternal sensitivity. Her Depression research incorporates elements of Psychopathology and Pediatrics. Her research in Postpartum depression intersects with topics in Longitudinal study, Childhood Depression, Cohort study and Mood.
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The impact of postnatal depression and associated adversity on early mother-infant interactions and later infant outcome.
Lynne Murray;Agnese Fiori-Cowley;Richard Hooper;Peter Cooper.
Child Development (1996)
The impact of postnatal depression on infant development.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (1992)
The Validation of the Edinburgh Post-natal Depression Scale on a Community Sample
Lynne Murray;Andrew D. Carothers.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1990)
Postpartum depression and child development
Lynne Murray;Peter J. Cooper.
Psychological Medicine (1997)
Post-partum depression and the mother-infant relationship in a South African peri-urban settlement
Peter J. Cooper;Mark Tomlinson;Leslie Swartz;Matthew Woolgar.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1999)
Fortnightly review: Postnatal depression
Peter J Cooper;Lynne Murray.
The Socioemotional Development of 5‐year‐old Children of Postnatally Depressed Mothers
Lynne Murray;Dana Sinclair;Peter Cooper;Pierre Ducournau.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (1999)
Effects of postnatal depression on infant development
Lynne Murray;Peter J Cooper.
Archives of Disease in Childhood (1997)
Maternal depression and psychiatric outcomes in adolescent offspring: a 13-year longitudinal study.
Sarah L. Halligan;Lynne Murray;Carla Martins;Peter J. Cooper.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2007)
Depressed Mothers' Speech to Their Infants and its Relation to Infant Gender and Cognitive Development
Lynne Murray;Claire Kempton;Matthew Woolgar;Richard Hooper.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (1993)
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