Elizabeth Meins
Elizabeth Meins
Professor of Psychology, University of York
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Rethinking maternal sensitivity: Mothers' comments on infants' mental processes predict security of attachment at 12 months
E Meins, C Fernyhough, E Fradley, M Tuckey
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 42 (5 …, 2001
Maternal mind–mindedness and attachment security as predictors of theory of mind understanding
E Meins, C Fernyhough, R Wainwright, M Das Gupta, E Fradley, M Tuckey
Child development 73 (6), 1715-1726, 2002
Security of attachment and the social development of cognition
E Meins
Psychology press, 2013
Security of attachment as a predictor of symbolic and mentalising abilities: A longitudinal study
E Meins, C Fernyhough, J Russell, D Clark‐Carter
Social development 7 (1), 1-24, 1998
Pathways to understanding mind: Construct validity and predictive validity of maternal mind‐mindedness
E Meins, C Fernyhough, R Wainwright, D Clark‐Carter, M Das Gupta, ...
Child development 74 (4), 1194-1211, 2003
Mind matters: A meta-analysis on parental mentalization and sensitivity as predictors of infant–parent attachment.
MAJ Zeegers, C Colonnesi, GJJM Stams, E Meins
Psychological bulletin 143 (12), 1245, 2017
Linguistic acquisitional style and mentalising development: The role of maternal mind-mindedness
E Meins, C Fernyhough
Cognitive Development 14 (3), 363-380, 1999
Links among antenatal attachment representations, postnatal mind–mindedness, and infant attachment security: A preliminary study of mothers and fathers
B Arnott, E Meins
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 71 (2), 132-149, 2007
Young children’s trust in their mother’s claims: Longitudinal links with attachment security in infancy
KH Corriveau, PL Harris, E Meins, C Fernyhough, B Arnott, L Elliott, ...
Child development 80 (3), 750-761, 2009
Associations between maternal mind-mindedness and infant attachment security: Investigating the mediating role of maternal sensitivity
J Laranjo, A Bernier, E Meins
Infant Behavior and Development 31 (4), 688-695, 2008
Sensitivity, security and internal working models: Bridging the transmission gap
E Meins
Attachment & human development 1 (3), 325-342, 1999
Mind‐mindedness as a multidimensional construct: Appropriate and nonattuned mind‐related comments independently predict infant–mother attachment in a socially diverse sample
E Meins, C Fernyhough, M de Rosnay, B Arnott, SR Leekam, M Turner
Infancy 17 (4), 393-415, 2012
Mind‐mindedness and theory of mind: Mediating roles of language and perspectival symbolic play
E Meins, C Fernyhough, B Arnott, SR Leekam, M de Rosnay
Child development 84 (5), 1777-1790, 2013
Repetitive behaviours in typically developing 2‐year‐olds
S Leekam, J Tandos, H McConachie, E Meins, K Parkinson, C Wright, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 48 (11), 1131-1138, 2007
Mind-mindedness coding manual, Version 2.2
E Meins, C Fernyhough
Unpublished manuscript. University of York, York, UK, 2015
Research priorities for the COVID‐19 pandemic and beyond: A call to action for psychological science
DB O'Connor, JP Aggleton, B Chakrabarti, CL Cooper, C Creswell, ...
British Journal of Psychology 111 (4), 603-629, 2020
Early manifestations of children’s theory of mind: The roles of maternal mind‐mindedness and infant security of attachment
J Laranjo, A Bernier, E Meins, SM Carlson
Infancy 15 (3), 300-323, 2010
Sensitive attunement to infants' internal states: Operationalizing the construct of mind-mindedness
E Meins
Maternal Sensitivity, 82-102, 2016
Mind-mindedness, parenting stress, and emotional availability in mothers of preschoolers
CA McMahon, E Meins
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 27 (2), 245-252, 2012
Maternal mind-mindedness and children’s behavioral difficulties: Mitigating the impact of low socioeconomic status
E Meins, LCM Centifanti, C Fernyhough, S Fishburn
Journal of abnormal child psychology 41, 543-553, 2013
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