Harold Hill Goldsmith

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
affective science, temperament
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Scott BG, Lemery-Chalfant K, Clifford S, et al. (2016) A Twin Factor Mixture Modeling Approach to Childhood Temperament: Differential Heritability. Child Development
Van Hulle CA, Clifford S, Moore MN, et al. (2016) Partial replication of two rumination-related candidate gene studies. Cognition & Emotion. 1-9
Lundwall RA, Dannemiller JL, Goldsmith HH. (2015) Genetic associations with reflexive visual attention in infancy and childhood. Developmental Science
Brooker RJ, Phelps RA, Davidson RJ, et al. (2015) Context differences in delta beta coupling are associated with neuroendocrine reactivity in infants. Developmental Psychobiology
Brooker RJ, Davidson RJ, Goldsmith HH. (2015) Maternal negative affect during infancy is linked to disrupted patterns of diurnal cortisol and alpha asymmetry across contexts during childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Clifford S, Lemery-Chalfant K, Goldsmith HH. (2015) The Unique and Shared Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Fear, Anger, and Sadness in Childhood. Child Development
Van Hulle C, Lemery-Chalfant K, Goldsmith HH. (2015) Trajectories of Sensory Over-Responsivity from Early to Middle Childhood: Birth and Temperament Risk Factors. Plos One. 10: e0129968
Dyson MW, Olino TM, Durbin CE, et al. (2015) The Structural and Rank-Order Stability of Temperament in Young Children Based on a Laboratory-Observational Measure. Psychological Assessment
Eggum-Wilkens ND, Lemery-Chalfant K, Aksan N, et al. (2015) Self-Conscious Shyness: Growth during Toddlerhood, Strong Role of Genetics, and No Prediction from Fearful Shyness. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 20: 160-188
Van Hulle CA, Moore MN, Shirtcliff EA, et al. (2015) Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Covariation Between DHEA and Testosterone in Adolescent Twins. Behavior Genetics. 45: 324-40
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