Margaret M. Swingler
Margaret M. Swingler
Research Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute
Verified email at email.unc.edu
TitleCited byYear
Handbook of temperament
M Zentner, RL Shiner
Guilford Publications, 2015
732015
The relation between maternal emotional support and child physiological regulation across the preschool years
NB Perry, JA Nelson, MM Swingler, EM Leerkes, SD Calkins, ...
Developmental psychobiology 55 (4), 382-394, 2013
282013
Measures of frontal functioning and the emergence of inhibitory control processes at 10 months of age
K Cuevas, MM Swingler, MA Bell, S Marcovitch, SD Calkins
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 2 (2), 235-243, 2012
222012
Neural plasticity and the development of attention: Intrinsic and extrinsic influences
MM Swingler, NB Perry, SD Calkins
Development and Psychopathology 27 (2), 443-457, 2015
192015
EEG power and coherence during preschoolers' performance of an executive function battery
MM Swingler, MT Willoughby, SD Calkins
Developmental Psychobiology 53 (8), 771-784, 2011
172011
Pathways from maternal effortful control to child self-regulation: The role of maternal emotional support.
S Zeytinoglu, SD Calkins, MM Swingler, EM Leerkes
Journal of Family Psychology 31 (2), 170, 2017
162017
Neurophysiological correlates of attention behavior in early infancy: Implications for emotion regulation during early childhood
NB Perry, MM Swingler, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Journal of experimental child psychology 142, 245-261, 2016
152016
Relations Between Mother‐Child Interactions and the Neural Correlates of Face Processing in 6‐Month‐Olds
MM Swingler, MA Sweet, LJ Carver
Infancy 11 (1), 63-86, 2007
132007
Psychobiological measures of temperament in childhood
SD Calkins, MM Swingler
Handbook of temperament, 229-247, 2012
122012
Maternal behavior predicts infant neurophysiological and behavioral attention processes in the first year.
MM Swingler, NB Perry, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Developmental psychology 53 (1), 13, 2017
102017
Brain–behavior correlations: Relationships between mother–stranger face processing and infants' behavioral responses to a separation from mother.
MM Swingler, MA Sweet, LJ Carver
Developmental Psychology 46 (3), 669, 2010
102010
Maternal sensitivity and infant response to frustration: The moderating role of EEG asymmetry
MM Swingler, NB Perry, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Infant Behavior and Development 37 (4), 523-535, 2014
72014
Attentional fluctuations in preschoolers: Direct and indirect relations with task accuracy, academic readiness, and school performance
E Isbell, SD Calkins, MM Swingler, EM Leerkes
Journal of experimental child psychology 167, 388-403, 2018
22018
Attentional Predictors of 5‐month‐olds' Performance on a Looking A‐not‐B Task
S Marcovitch, MW Clearfield, M Swingler, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Infant and child development 25 (4), 233-246, 2016
22016
Brain-behavior correlations during proposed transitions in the mother-child relationship: an examination of behavior and face-processing in six-month-olds and toddlers
MM Swingler
UC San Diego, 2008
22008
Neurophysiological correlates of attention behavior in early infancy
NB Perry, MM Swingler, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2015
12015
Infant frontal EEG asymmetry moderates the association between maternal behavior and toddler negative affectivity
A Diaz, MM Swingler, L Tan, CL Smith, SD Calkins, MA Bell
Infant Behavior and Development 55, 88-99, 2019
2019
Longitudinal associations between conflict monitoring and emergent academic skills: An event‐related potentials study
E Isbell, SD Calkins, VT Cole, MM Swingler, EM Leerkes
Developmental psychobiology, 2018
2018
Maternal behavior predicts neural underpinnings of inhibitory control in preschoolers
MM Swingler, E Isbell, S Zeytinoglu, SD Calkins, EM Leerkes
Developmental psychobiology 60 (6), 692-706, 2018
2018
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E Isbell, SD Calkins, MM Swingler, EM Leerkes
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