Lindsey Ruth Gedaly

  • Human Development and Family Studies, UNCG

There are 3 included publications by Lindsey Ruth Gedaly :

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Environment and genetic predictors of infant attachment disorganization 2015 756 This study examined maternal sensitivity to distress, overtly negative maternal behavior, maternal trauma and loss, and their interactions with infant genes related to dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin functioning as predictors of infant attachment di...
Further evidence of the limited role of candidate genes in relation to infant–mother attachment outcomes 2016 158 In this paper, we examine the associations between specific candidate genes (DRD2, DRD4, COMT, biallelic and tri-allelic 5HTTLPR, and OXTR) and infant attachment outcomes as main effects and in conjunction with maternal sensitivity. The sample includ...
The role of sociodemographic risk and maternal behavior in the prediction of infant attachment disorganization 2016 135 Predictors of infant attachment disorganization were examined among 203 primiparous mothers (52% European American, 48% African American) and their infants (104 female). The Strange Situation Procedure was administered at one year. Global maternal in...