Megan R. Gunnar
Megan R. Gunnar
Professor of Child Psychology, University of Minnesota
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Effects of stress throughout the lifespan on the brain, behaviour and cognition
SJ Lupien, BS McEwen, MR Gunnar, C Heim
Nature reviews neuroscience 10 (6), 434-445, 2009
The neurobiology of stress and development
M Gunnar, K Quevedo
Annu. Rev. Psychol. 58, 145-173, 2007
Social regulation of the cortisol levels in early human development
MR Gunnar, B Donzella
Psychoneuroendocrinology 27 (1-2), 199-220, 2002
Behavioral inhibition and stress reactivity: The moderating role of attachment security
M Nachmias, M Gunnar, S Mangelsdorf, RH Parritz, K Buss
Child development 67 (2), 508-522, 1996
Low cortisol and a flattening of expected daytime rhythm: Potential indices of risk in human development
MR Gunnar, DM Vazquez
Development and psychopathology 13 (3), 515-538, 2001
Prolonged institutional rearing is associated with atypically large amygdala volume and difficulties in emotion regulation
N Tottenham, TA Hare, BT Quinn, TW McCarry, M Nurse, T Gilhooly, ...
Developmental science 13 (1), 46-61, 2010
Child maltreatment and the developing HPA axis
AR Tarullo, MR Gunnar
Hormones and behavior 50 (4), 632-639, 2006
Introduction: From wonder to error—A genealogy of freak discourse in modernity
R Garland-Thomson
Freakery: Cultural spectacles of the extraordinary body, 1-19, 1996
Salivary cortisol levels in children adopted from Romanian orphanages
MR Gunnar, SJ Morison, KIM Chisholm, M Schuder
Development and psychopathology 13 (3), 611-628, 2001
Adrenocortical responses to the strange situation in infants with disorganized/disoriented attachment relationships
L Hertsgaard, M Gunnar, MF Erickson, M Nachmias
Child development 66 (4), 1100-1106, 1995
Developmental changes in hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal activity over the transition to adolescence: normative changes and associations with puberty
MR Gunnar, S Wewerka, K Frenn, JD Long, C Griggs
Development and psychopathology 21 (1), 69, 2009
Stress reactivity and attachment security
MR Gunnar, L Brodersen, M Nachmias, K Buss, J Rigatuso
Developmental psychobiology 29 (3), 191-204, 1996
Stressor paradigms in developmental studies: What does and does not work to produce mean increases in salivary cortisol
MR Gunnar, NM Talge, A Herrera
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (7), 953-967, 2009
Self-organization in developmental processes: Can systems approaches work
E Thelen, M Gunnar
Brain development and cognition: A reader, 555-591, 1993
Transition to child care: Associations with infant–mother attachment, infant negative emotion, and cortisol elevations
L Ahnert, MR Gunnar, ME Lamb, M Barthel
Child development 75 (3), 639-650, 2004
Early experience and the development of stress reactivity and regulation in children
MM Loman, MR Gunnar
Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews 34 (6), 867-876, 2010
Psychobiological mechanisms underlying the social buffering of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenocortical axis: A review of animal models and human studies across development.
CE Hostinar, RM Sullivan, MR Gunnar
Psychological bulletin 140 (1), 256, 2014
Quality of early care and buffering of neuroendocrine stress reactions: Potential effects on the developing human brain
MR Gunnar
Preventive medicine 27 (2), 208-211, 1998
Stress neurobiology and developmental psychopathology.
MR Gunnar, D Vazquez
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2006
Infant proneness‐to‐distress temperament, maternal personality, and mother‐infant attachment: Associations and goodness of fit
S Mangelsdorf, M Gunnar, R Kestenbaum, S Lang, D Andreas
Child development 61 (3), 820-831, 1990
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