Prachi Shah
Prachi Shah
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Michigan
Verified email at umich.edu
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Updated clinical guidelines for diagnosing fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
HE Hoyme, WO Kalberg, AJ Elliott, J Blankenship, D Buckley, AS Marais, ...
Pediatrics 138 (2), 2016
3662016
Long-term outcomes of group B streptococcal meningitis
R Libster, KM Edwards, F Levent, MS Edwards, MA Rench, LA Castagnini, ...
Pediatrics 130 (1), e8-e15, 2012
1842012
Is attachment transmitted across generations? The plot thickens
PE Shah, P Fonagy, L Strathearn
Clinical child psychology and psychiatry 15 (3), 329-345, 2010
1542010
Maternal resolution of grief after preterm birth: implications for infant attachment security
PE Shah, M Clements, J Poehlmann
Pediatrics 127 (2), 284-292, 2011
1182011
The paradox of prematurity: The behavioral vulnerability of late preterm infants and the cognitive susceptibility of very preterm infants at 36 months post-term
PE Shah, N Robbins, RB Coelho, J Poehlmann
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (1), 50-62, 2013
992013
Preterm infants who are prone to distress: differential effects of parenting on 36‐month behavioral and cognitive outcomes
J Poehlmann, A Hane, C Burnson, S Maleck, E Hamburger, PE Shah
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53 (10), 1018-1025, 2012
922012
The development of effortful control in children born preterm
J Poehlmann, AJM Schwichtenberg, PE Shah, RJ Shlafer, E Hahn, ...
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 39 (4), 522-536, 2010
552010
Developmental outcomes of late preterm infants from infancy to kindergarten
P Shah, N Kaciroti, B Richards, W Oh, JC Lumeng
Pediatrics 138 (2), 2016
462016
Early childhood curiosity and kindergarten reading and math academic achievement
PE Shah, HM Weeks, B Richards, N Kaciroti
Pediatric research 84 (3), 380-386, 2018
422018
Pervasive developmental disorders and childhood psychosis
PE Shah, R Dalton, NW Boris
Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics. 18th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier, 2007
292007
Gestational age and kindergarten school readiness in a national sample of preterm infants
PE Shah, N Kaciroti, B Richards, JC Lumeng
The Journal of pediatrics 178, 61-67, 2016
272016
Sleep and attachment in preterm infants
AJ Schwichtenberg, PE Shah, J Poehlmann
Infant mental health journal 34 (1), 37-46, 2013
242013
Host immunoglobulin G selectively identifies pathobionts in pediatric inflammatory bowel diseases
H Armstrong, M Alipour, R Valcheva, M Bording-Jorgensen, J Jovel, ...
Microbiome 7 (1), 1-17, 2019
202019
Similarities and differences between the ABC+ D model and the DMM classification systems for attachment
PE Shah, L Strathearn
The routledge handbook of attachment: Theory, 73-88, 2014
122014
Optimizing the Early Parent–Child Relationship: Windows of Opportunity for Parents and Pediatricians
PE Shah, M Muzik, KL Rosenblum
Current problems in pediatric and adolescent health care 41 (7), 183-187, 2011
102011
Psychodynamic interventions in pregnancy and infancy: Clinical and theoretical perspectives
B Salomonsson
Routledge, 2018
92018
The influence of early temperament on language development: the moderating role of maternal input
M Spinelli, M Fasolo, PE Shah, G Genovese, T Aureli
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1527, 2018
62018
Attachment and its impact on child development: Comments on van IJzendoorn, Grossmann and Grossmann, and Hennighausen and Lyons-Ruth
CH Zeanah Jr, P Shah
Tremblay RE, Barr RG, Peters RDeV, eds. Encyclopedia on EarlyChildhood …, 2005
52005
Interactive effects of infant gestational age and infant fussiness on the risk of maternal depressive symptoms in a nationally representative sample
M Quist, N Kaciroti, J Poehlmann-Tynan, HM Weeks, K Asta, P Singh, ...
Academic pediatrics 19 (8), 917-924, 2019
42019
El apego y su impacto en el desarrollo infantil: comentarios de van IJzendoorn, Grossmann y Grossmann, y Hennighausen y Lyons-Ruth
CH Zeanah, P Shah
Enciclopedia sobre el Desarrollo de la Primera Infancia [en línea]. Montreal …, 2010
42010
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