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“Maternal functioning was not significantly associated with ACE scores. Several concurrent and longitudinal associations between self-reported depression, anxiety, and maternal functioning also emerged, with effect sizes ranging from small to medium (see Table 2).” The authors examined the relationship between ACEs and mental health outcomes.¬† Read more here.
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Can’t wait to discuss Extreme Weather and mental health with Bob Friedlander, Carl Cooley, and the rest of the New Hampshire Healthcare Workers for Climate Action on Thursday, January 13th @7pm. ***Presented in collaboration with the NH Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, New Hampshire Psychiatric Society, New Hampshire Psychological Association, New Hampshire Chapter…
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In recent work, we examined the relationship between Racial Identity and Maternal Functioning. “It was determined through Kruskal Wallis test, Ōá2(5)‚ÄČ=‚ÄČ20.108,¬†p‚ÄČ<‚ÄČ0.05, that the women belonging to the¬†Assimilated and Miseducated¬†cluster had higher levels of maternal functioning when compared to the women in the¬†Self-Hating¬†and¬†Anti-white clusters.” Read more here.    
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Thank you to @ProfBernardDan and Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology at Mac Keith Press ¬†(best ever) for featuring our work via Editorial Highlights and Podcast. The highlights, written by Editor in Chief Bernard Dan, are free to read online now: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.15062 ‚ÄúState-of-the-art reviews clarified the impact of¬†extreme weather events¬†and¬†air pollution¬†on neurological development.‚ÄĚ #DMCN2021highlights
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