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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Attachment anxiety and avoidance and counseling self-efficacy among counseling students: exa...2018Cannon, Jennifer L.StudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Attachment style predicts 6-month improvement in psychoticism in persons at-risk mental stat...2012Kwapil, Thomas R.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Attachment to Parents, Social Anxiety, and Close Relationships of Female Students over the T...2010Leerkes, Esther M.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Attachment, Stress, Dyadic Coping, and Marital Satisfaction of Counseling Graduate Students2013Cashwell, Craig S.FacultyCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Comparison of Self-reported Attachment in Young Adults from Spain and the United States2013Kwapil, Thomas R.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Early Attachment Security: Relations with Cognitive Skills and Academic Achievement2007Loudermilk, Sara M.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Emotional cushioning in pregnancy after perinatal loss2011Côté-Arsenault, Denise FacultyNursing, UNCG
An exploration of the impact of attachment, parental meta-emotion, and emotion regulation in...2018Merchant, Erin K.StudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Family, friends, finance. An analysis of income and attachment in friendships and marriage2016McMillan, Allison L.StudentSociology, UNCG
The Financial Behavior of Emerging Adults: A Family Financial Socialization Approach2013Schweichler, John StudentChild Development and Family Relations, ECU
Further evidence of the limited role of candidate genes in relation to infant–mother attachm...2016Henrich, Vincent C.FacultyBiology, UNCG
Further evidence of the limited role of candidate genes in relation to infant–mother attachm...2016Leerkes, Esther M.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Further evidence of the limited role of candidate genes in relation to infant–mother attachm...2016Calkins, Susan D.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Further evidence of the limited role of candidate genes in relation to infant–mother attachm...2016Gedaly, Lindsey RuthFacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Further evidence of the limited role of candidate genes in relation to infant–mother attachm...2016Zhou, Nan FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
The impact of the Circle of Security-Parenting© program on mothers in residential substance ...2013Horton, Gretta EvetteStudentCounseling, UNCG
Infant Distress and Regulatory Behaviors Vary as a Function of Attachment Security Regardles...2012Leerkes, Esther M.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Investigating the relationships among breathing, attachment, and emotion-regulation2014Crockett, Jamie E.StudentCounseling, UNCG
Marital Satisfaction Across the Transition to Parenthood: A Vulnerability-Stress-Adaptation ...2010Parade, Stephanie H.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Maternal sensitivity during distressing tasks: A unique predictor of attachment security2011Leerkes, Esther M.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Mothers' Emotional Reactions to Crying Pose Risk for Subsequent Attachment Insecurity2011Leerkes, Esther M.FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Parental Cancer: The Parent-Child Bond at Risk2008Miller, Julie M.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Parenting Behaviors and Vagal Tone at Six Months Predict Attachment Disorganization at Twelv...2014Mills-Koonce, Roger FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies , UNCG
Perceived stress, adult attachment, dyadic coping and marital satisfaction of counseling gra...2009Kardatzke, Kerrie N.StudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Poor Infant Soothability and Later Insecure-ambivalent Attachment: Developmental Change in P...2012Mills-Koonce, Roger FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies , UNCG