Effects of Parent Emotion Socialization on the Neurobiology Underlying Adolescent Emotion Processing: A Multimethod fMRI Study

Description: The current study examined the relationship between parent emotion socialization practices and adolescent brain activation during the Testing Emotional Attunement and Mutuality (TEAM) task. Twenty-seven adolescents completed the TEAM task with a parent while undergoing fMRI. The TEAM task includes feedback trials in which adolescents were shown that their parents made an error, costing the dyad five dollars (see Kerr et al., 2020 for a description of the task). Here, we assessed how adolescent-reported and observed unsupportive emotion socialization practices were associated with adolescents' hemodynamic activity when viewing their parents' costly error.

Communities: developmental

Related article: http://doi.org/10.1007/s10802-020-00736-2

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Add DateJune 1, 2020, 11:05 p.m.
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Related article DOI10.1007/s10802-020-00736-2
Related article authorsKelly T. Cosgrove, Kara L. Kerr, Erin L. Ratliff, Andrew J. Moore, Masaya Misaki, Danielle C. DeVille, Robin L. Aupperle, W. Kyle Simmons, Jerzy Bodurka and Amanda Sheffield Morris
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