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Jennifer DiCorcia
Jennifer DiCorcia
Asst Research Professor of Psychology, UMB
Verified email at umb.edu
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Quotidian resilience: Exploring mechanisms that drive resilience from a perspective of everyday stress and coping
JA DiCorcia, ED Tronick
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (7), 1593-1602, 2011
2342011
Transgressors, victims, and cry babies: Is basic moral judgment spared in autism?
AM Leslie, R Mallon, JA DiCorcia
Social neuroscience 1 (3-4), 270-283, 2006
1572006
Evaluating the nature of the still‐face effect in the double face‐to‐face still‐face paradigm using different comparison groups
JA DiCorcia, N Snidman, AV Sravish, E Tronick
Infancy 21 (3), 332-352, 2016
312016
The everyday stress resilience hypothesis: A reparatory sensitivity and the development of coping and resilience
E Tronick, JA DiCorcia
Children Australia 40 (2), 124-138, 2015
182015
The everyday stress resilience hypothesis: Unfolding resilience from a perspective of everyday stress and coping
JA DiCorcia, AV Sravish, E Tronick
Adaptive and maladaptive aspects of developmental stress, 67-93, 2013
182013
Infants’ use of gaze cues to interpret others’ actions and emotional reactions
DL Mumme, EW Bushnell, JA DiCorcia, LA Lariviere
Gaze-following: Its development and significance, 143-170, 2017
152017
A Caretaker Acute Stress Paradigm: Effects on behavior and physiology of caretaker and infant
E Tronick, I Mueller, J DiCorcia, R Hunter, N Snidman
Developmental psychobiology 63 (2), 237-246, 2021
72021
Here today, gone tomorrow? Changes in 4-month-olds' physiologic and behavioral responses do not indicate memory for a social stressor
JA DiCorcia, NC Snidman, E Tronick
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 128, 2018
42018
Limitations in 10-month-old infants’ emotional processing abilities
DL Mumme, JA DiCorcia, MM Wedig
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2004
42004
Memory for emotion: Investigating the long-term effects of social referencing
JA DiCorcia
Tufts University, 2004
12004
Acute Maternal Stress Disrupts Infant Regulation of the Autonomic Nervous System and Behavior: A CASP Study
I Mueller, N Snidman, JA DiCorcia, E Tronick
Frontiers in Psychiatry 12, 2021
2021
Maternal Subjective Experience and Observed Affective Exchanges in Mother-Infant Dyads: The Case for Multiple Measurements
S Semino-Asaro, J DiCorcia, N Snidman, E Tronick, L Shi
NURSING RESEARCH 63 (2), E33-E34, 2014
2014
A COMPARISON OF TWO MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO COLLECT ELECTRODERMAL ACTIVITY IN INFANTS
JA DiCorcia, MS Goodwin, EB Hedman, N Snidman
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 49, S107-S107, 2012
2012
EXPLORING THE BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF INFANTS'MEMORY FOR A SOCIALLY STRESSFUL INTERACTION
JA DiCorcia, N Snidman, AV Sravish, E Ogoreuc, E Duffy, E Brown, ...
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 49, S60-S60, 2012
2012
… and they all lived happily ever after: Factors influencing recovery from negative emotion in young children
JA DiCorcia
Tufts University, 2009
2009
And they all lived happily-ever after? The undoing effect of positive emotion in young children
JA DiCorcia, HL Urry
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 45, S17-S17, 2008
2008
Emotion discrimination: Untangling the extent of emotion understanding of 6-month-old infants
JA DiCorcia, SK Ballou, HL Urry
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 44, S33-S33, 2007
2007
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