NathanA Fox
NathanA Fox
Distinguished University Professor University of Maryland
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Child rearing and children's prosocial initiations toward victims of distress
C Zahn-Waxler, M Radke-Yarrow, RA King
Child development, 319-330, 1979
Behavioral inhibition: Linking biology and behavior within a developmental framework
NA Fox, HA Henderson, PJ Marshall, KE Nichols, MM Ghera
Annu. Rev. Psychol. 56, 235-262, 2005
Cognitive recovery in socially deprived young children: The Bucharest Early Intervention Project
CA Nelson, CH Zeanah, NA Fox, PJ Marshall, AT Smyke, D Guthrie
Science 318 (5858), 1937-1940, 2007
Continuity and discontinuity of behavioral inhibition and exuberance: Psychophysiological and behavioral influences across the first four years of life
NA Fox, HA Henderson, KH Rubin, SD Calkins, LA Schmidt
Child development 72 (1), 1-21, 2001
Attention bias modification treatment: a meta-analysis toward the establishment of novel treatment for anxiety
Y Hakamata, S Lissek, Y Bar-Haim, JC Britton, NA Fox, E Leibenluft, ...
Biological psychiatry 68 (11), 982-990, 2010
Asymmetrical brain activity discriminates between positive and negative affective stimuli in human infants
RJ Davidson, NA Fox
Science 218 (4578), 1235-1237, 1982
Attachment to mother/attachment to father: A meta‐analysis
NA Fox, NL Kimmerly, WD Schafer
Child development 62 (1), 210-225, 1991
Self-regulatory processes in early personality development: A multilevel approach to the study of childhood social withdrawal and aggression
SD Calkins, NA Fox
Development and psychopathology 14 (3), 477-498, 2002
Guidelines for the recording and quantitative analysis of electroencephalographic activity in research contexts
RT Pivik, RJ Broughton, R Coppola, RJ Davidson, N Fox, MR Nuwer
Psychophysiology 30 (6), 547-558, 1993
The development of self-control of emotion: Intrinsic and extrinsic influences
NA Fox, SD Calkins
Motivation and emotion 27 (1), 7-26, 2003
Frontal brain asymmetry predicts infants' response to maternal separation.
RJ Davidson, NA Fox
Journal of abnormal psychology 98 (2), 127, 1989
If it's not left, it's right: Electroencephalograph asymmetry and the development of emotion.
NA Fox
American psychologist 46 (8), 863, 1991
Emotionality, emotion regulation, and preschoolers' social adaptation
KH Rubin, RJ Coplan, NA Fox, SD Calkins
Development and psychopathology 7, 49-49, 1995
Cognition assessment using the NIH Toolbox
S Weintraub, SS Dikmen, RK Heaton, DS Tulsky, PD Zelazo, PJ Bauer, ...
Neurology 80 (11 Supplement 3), S54-S64, 2013
Behavioral and physiological antecedents of inhibited and uninhibited behavior
SD Calkins, NA Fox, TR Marshall
Child development 67 (2), 523-540, 1996
Being alone, playing alone, and acting alone: Distinguishing among reticence and passive and active solitude in young children
RJ Coplan, KH Rubin, NA Fox, SD Calkins, SL Stewart
Child development 65 (1), 129-137, 1994
The relations between frontal brain electrical activity and cognitive development during infancy
MA Bell, NA Fox
Child development 63 (5), 1142-1163, 1992
Psychophysiological correlates of emotional reactivity during the first year of life.
NA Fox
Developmental Psychology 25 (3), 364, 1989
Patterns of brain electrical activity during facial signs of emotion in 10-month-old infants.
NA Fox, RJ Davidson
Developmental psychology 24 (2), 230, 1988
Individual differences in emotion regulation and behavior problems in preschool children.
PM Cole, C Zahn-Waxler, NA Fox, BA Usher, JD Welsh
Journal of abnormal psychology 105 (4), 518, 1996
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