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Professors Berlin and Rose Present at Society for Research in Child Development Conference

Professors Lisa Berlin and Roderick Rose Present at Society for Research in Child Development Conference

At the recent biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development held in Salt Lake City, Professor Lisa Berlin presented the results of a study conducted in collaboration with Professor Roderick Rose and former SSW postdoctoral fellow Tiffany Martoccio. The study found that an attachment-based parenting program delivered to low-income Latina mothers and their infants had positive impacts on the infants' heart rate regulation measured in the context of mild stress.


Professor Berlin also presented an invited commentary on the Baby’s First Years study of the effects of unconditional cash supports for low-income families with infants. Dr. Berlin's comments emphasized the complementary role of parenting services for supporting early nurturing interactions and infants' secure attachments to their principal caregivers.

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