Sheri Madigan spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Meta-analysis, Demography, Object Attachment and Attachment theory. Her research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Social relation and Cognition. Her Meta-analysis study combines topics in areas such as Context, Moderation, Confidence interval, Depressive symptoms and Mental health.
Her Moderation research includes elements of Data collection, Data extraction, Insecure attachment, Prevalence and PsycINFO. Her study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intergenerational transmission, Child rearing and MEDLINE. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Screen time, Prospective cohort study, Longitudinal cohort and Child development.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Meta-analysis, Mental health and Psychiatry. Her work in the fields of Early childhood, Attachment theory and Attachment measures overlaps with other areas such as Association. The various areas that Sheri Madigan examines in her Clinical psychology study include Odds ratio and Screen time.
Her work carried out in the field of Meta-analysis brings together such families of science as Demography, Moderation, Confidence interval, PsycINFO and Socioeconomic status. In her work, Depression is strongly intertwined with Anxiety, which is a subfield of Mental health. Her biological study deals with issues like Occupational safety and health, which deal with fields such as Peer support.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cohort, Clinical psychology, Mental health, Meta-analysis and Depression. Her work deals with themes such as Adverse Childhood Experiences, Demography, Substance use, Obstetrics and Risk factor, which intersect with Cohort. The study incorporates disciplines such as Screen time, Ethnic group, Moderation and Depressive symptoms in addition to Clinical psychology.
Her research integrates issues of PsycINFO and Family medicine in her study of Mental health. Her work focuses on many connections between Meta-analysis and other disciplines, such as Psychiatry, that overlap with her field of interest in Relative risk. She interconnects Intervention and Context in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology.
Sheri Madigan mostly deals with Mental health, Meta-analysis, Anxiety, Depression and PsycINFO. In her articles, Sheri Madigan combines various disciplines, including Mental health and Cost savings. Her Meta-analysis research incorporates themes from Relative risk, Psychiatry, Mental illness and Moderation.
In her works, Sheri Madigan undertakes multidisciplinary study on Anxiety and Pandemic. Her PsycINFO study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Library science.
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Unresolved states of mind, anomalous parental behavior, and disorganized attachment : A review and meta-analysis of a transmission gap
Sheri Madigan;Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg;Marinus H. Van Ijzendoorn;Greg Moran.
Attachment & Human Development (2006)
Narrowing the Transmission Gap: A Synthesis of Three Decades of Research on Intergenerational Transmission of Attachment
Marije L. Verhage;Carlo Schuengel;Sheri Madigan;R. M. Pasco Fearon.
Psychological Bulletin (2016)
Attachment and internalizing behavior in early childhood: a meta-analysis.
Sheri Madigan;Leslie Atkinson;Kristin Laurin;Diane Benoit.
Developmental Psychology (2013)
Prevalence of Multiple Forms of Sexting Behavior Among Youth: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Sheri Madigan;Sheri Madigan;Anh Ly;Christina L. Rash;Joris Van Ouytsel.
JAMA Pediatrics (2018)
Association Between Screen Time and Children’s Performance on a Developmental Screening Test
Sheri Madigan;Sheri Madigan;Dillon Browne;Nicole Racine;Nicole Racine;Camille Mori;Camille Mori.
JAMA Pediatrics (2019)
Unresolved states of mind, disorganized attachment relationships, and disrupted interactions of adolescent mothers and their infants.
Sheri Madigan;Greg Moran;David R. Pederson.
Developmental Psychology (2006)
Sleep quality during pregnancy: A meta-analysis
Ivan D. Sedov;Emily E. Cameron;Sheri Madigan;Sheri Madigan;Lianne M. Tomfohr-Madsen;Lianne M. Tomfohr-Madsen.
Sleep Medicine Reviews (2017)
Unresolved maternal attachment representations, disrupted maternal behavior and disorganized attachment in infancy: links to toddler behavior problems
Sheri Madigan;Greg Moran;Carlo Schuengel;David R. Pederson.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2007)
Disorganized attachment in infancy : a review of the phenomenon and its implications for clinicians and policy-makers
Pehr Granqvist;L. Alan Sroufe;Mary Dozier;Erik Hesse.
Attachment & Human Development (2017)
Representational and questionnaire measures of attachment: A meta-analysis of relations to child internalizing and externalizing problems.
Sheri Madigan;Laura E Brumariu;Vanessa Villani;Leslie Atkinson.
Psychological Bulletin (2016)
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