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    • Age Trends in Recognition Memory for Pictures: The Effects of Delay and Testing Procedure 

      Morrison, Frederick J.; Haith, Marshall M.; Kagan, Jerome (Springer Nature, 1980-12)
    • Association of Behavioral Inhibition with Hair Pigmentation in a European Sample 

      Moehler, Eva; Kagan, Jerome; Brunner, Romuald; Wiebel, Angelika; Kaufmann, Claudia; Resch, Franz (Elsevier Science, 2006)
      Behavioral inhibition, a temperamental trait signalling a predisposition to childhood and adolescent anxiety disorders, is slightly more frequent in America among Caucasian children having blue irises. This paper examines ...
    • The Emergence of Sex Differences 

      Kagan, Jerome (University of Chicago Press, 1972)
    • Historical Selection 

      Kagan, Jerome (American Psychological Association, 2009)
      This paper discusses a select list of six historical conditions, some long-lasting, some of shorter duration that have influenced the research of many psychologists. The conditions are: (a) the emergence of industrialization ...
    • In Defense of Qualitative Changes in Development 

      Kagan, Jerome (Wiley, 2008-11)
      The balance between the preservation of early cognitive functions and serious transformations on these functions shifts across time. Piaget's writings, which favored transformations, are being replaced by writings that ...
    • Maternal Panic Disorder: Infant Temperament, Neurophysiology, and Parenting Behaviors 

      Sroufe, L. Alan; Dahl, Ronald E.; Aron, Emily; Wease, Stephen; Rones, Michelle; Simmens, Samuel J.; Anderson, Thomas F.; Kagan, Jerome; Gunnar, Megan R.; Warran, Susan L. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003)
      Objective: To determine whether 4- and 14-month-old infants of mothers with panic disorder (PD) would be more likely to show differences in temperament, neurophysiology (salivary cortisol and sleep), and relationships with ...
    • A Phenotype of Early Infancy Predicts Reactivity of the Amygdala in Male Adults 

      Schwartz, C. E.; Kunwar, P. S.; Greve, Douglas N.; Kagan, Jerome; Snidman, Nancy Claire; Bloch, R. B. (Nature Publishing Group, 2011)
      One of the central questions that has occupied those disciplines concerned with human development is the nature of continuities and discontinuities from birth to maturity. The amygdala plays a central role in the processing ...
    • Relation of Behavioral Inhibition to Neonatal and Infant Cardiac Activity, Reactivity and Habituation 

      Moehler, Eva; Kagan, Jerome; Parzer, Peter; Wiebel, Angelika; Brunner, Romuald; Resch, Franz (Elsevier, 2006)
      A psychophysiological component to behavioral inhibition has frequently been postulated. To assess the relationship of infant cardiac basic activity, reactivity and habituation with behavioral inhibition101 full term human ...
    • Temperament and the Reactions to Unfamiliarity 

      Kagan, Jerome (1997-02)
      The behavioral reactions to unfamiliar events are basic phenomena in all vertebrates. Four-month-old infants who show a low threshold to become distressed and motorically aroused to unfamiliar stimuli are more likely than ...
    • Two Is Better Than One 

      Kagan, Jerome (Blackwell Publishing, 2009)
      Psychologists too often rely on only one source of evidence to affirm the validity of a construct. However, they usually do not know all the conditions that can produce the evidence they gather. Hence, the inference is ...
    • The uniquely human in human nature 

      Kagan, Jerome (MIT Press - Journals, 2004)