Anton Petrenko's research while affiliated with Northern Illinois University and other places

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Early in development, children rely heavily on caregivers for assistance with the regulation of negative emotion. As such, it is important to understand parent characteristics that influence caregiver ability to attenuate infant negative affect and mediating factors by which this process may unfold. This study examined the relationship between pare...
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Infants' abilities to orient and regulate are directly linked to self‐regulatory capacity in childhood, which is subsequently associated with indicators of health and well‐being. However, relatively little is known regarding factors affecting early orienting and regulation. The current study evaluated the effects of infant negative affect and house...

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... For understanding the developmental pathways leading to maladaptive outcomes or psychological adjustment of individuals, it is essential to explore groups of children being more vulnerable to early risks. One individual characteristic moderating risk effects has been identified in the child's gender (Petrenko et al., 2019;Rutter, 1989;Tronick & Reck, 2009;Werner & Smith, 2001). The last objective of our study was therefore to explore family risk effects and the transmitting processes on attachment security depending on the child's gender. ...