Nicole Elizabeth Brown Perry

  • Human Development and Family Studies, UNCG

There are 8 included publications by Nicole Elizabeth Brown Perry :

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African American parents’ racial and emotion socialization profiles and young adults’ emotional adaptation 2015 33 The current study aimed to identify parents’ profiles of racial and emotion socialization practices, to determine if these profiles vary as a function of family income and young adult child gender, and to examine their links with young adults’ emotio...
Early physiological regulation predicts the trajectory of externalizing behaviors across the preschool period 2014 20 Early assessments of children's physiological functioning are shown to predict subsequentdevelopmental outcomes. However, individual changes that occur in the development ofphysiological systems may be associated with the pattern of change in behavio...
European-American and African-American Mothers' Emotion Socialization Practices Relate Differently to Their Children's Academic and Social-emotional Competence 2012 21 The current study examines whether the relation between mothers' responses to their children's negative emotions and teachers' reports of children's academic performance and social-emotional competence are similar or different for European-American a...
Gender and ethnic differences in young adults’ emotional reactions to parental punitive and minimizing emotion socialization practices 2017 30 This study examined differences in how African American and European American participants (N = 553) recalled feeling when their parents engaged in punitive and minimizing emotion socialization practices during childhood. We conducted this study to r...
Maternal punitive reactions to children’s negative emotions and young adult anger: The effect of gender and emotional closeness 2015 12 The current study tested whether young adult's recollected reports of their mother's punitive reactions to their negative emotions in childhood predicted anger expression in young adulthood and whether emotional closeness weakens this association. Fu...
Maternal sensitivity and physiological processes as predictors of infant emotion regulation 2013 1279 The current study examined the way in which regulatory processes of the central and parasympathetic nervous system are associated with one another, and linked to behavioral regulation, during both mild and moderate frustration. To gain a more compreh...
Mothers' responses to children's negative emotions and child emotion regulation: The moderating role of vagal suppression 2011 23 The current study examined the moderating effect of children's cardiac vagal suppression on the association between maternal socialization of negative emotions (supportive and nonsupportive responses) and children's emotion regulation behaviors. One ...
The relation between maternal emotional support and child physiological regulation across the preschool years 2012 17 Trajectories of baseline RSA (respiratory sinus arrhythmia), an index of reactivity, and vagal withdrawal, an index of regulation, across the preschool period were examined. In addition, maternal emotional support was investigated as a potential time...