Kathleen M. Krol
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Duration of exclusive breastfeeding is associated with differences in infants’ brain responses to emotional body expressions
KM Krol, P Rajhans, M Missana, T Grossmann
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8, 459, 2015
452015
Genetic variation in CD38 and breastfeeding experience interact to impact infants’ attention to social eye cues
KM Krol, M Monakhov, P San Lai, RP Ebstein, T Grossmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (39), E5434-E5442, 2015
442015
Psychological effects of breastfeeding on children and mothers
KM Krol, T Grossmann
Bundesgesundheitsblatt-Gesundheitsforschung-Gesundheitsschutz 61 (8), 977-985, 2018
382018
Breastfeeding experience differentially impacts recognition of happiness and anger in mothers
KM Krol, SK Kamboj, HV Curran, T Grossmann
Scientific reports 4, 7006, 2014
232014
A Specific Association between Facial Disgust Recognition and Estradiol Levels in Naturally Cycling Women
SK Kamboj, HV Krol, Kathleen M.., Curran
PLoS ONE 10 (4), 2015
202015
The association of temperament and maternal empathy with individual differences in infants’ neural responses to emotional body expressions
P Rajhans, M Missana, KM Krol, T Grossmann
Development and psychopathology 27 (4pt1), 1205-1216, 2015
152015
The neurodevelopmental precursors of altruistic behavior in infancy
T Grossmann, M Missana, KM Krol
PLoS biology 16 (9), 2018
82018
Epigenetic modification of the oxytocin receptor gene is associated with emotion processing in the infant brain
KM Krol, MH Puglia, JP Morris, JJ Connelly, T Grossmann
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 37, 100648, 2019
42019
Genetic variation in the maternal oxytocin system affects cortisol responsiveness to breastfeeding in infants and mothers
KM Krol, M Monakhov, P San Lai, RP Ebstein, M Heinrichs, T Grossmann
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 4 (3), 248-263, 2018
32018
Infants’ brain responses to pupillary changes in others are affected by race
CM Kelsey, KM Krol, ME Kret, T Grossmann
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
22019
Epigenetic dynamics in infancy and the impact of maternal engagement
KM Krol, RG Moulder, TS Lillard, T Grossmann, JJ Connelly
Science advances 5 (10), eaay0680, 2019
2019
T56. DNA Methylation of the Oxytocin Receptor Changes During Infancy and is Impacted by Maternal Behavior
K Krol, R Moulder, T Lillard, T Grossmann, J Connelly
Biological Psychiatry 85 (10), S150, 2019
2019
O3. Genetic Variation in the Oxytocin System Impacts Infants’ Prefrontal Brain Asymmetry Responses to Emotional Faces
K Krol, N Namaky, T Grossmann
Biological Psychiatry 85 (10), S106, 2019
2019
S38. Epigenetic Modification of the Oxytocin Receptor Gene Impacts Infant Neural Response to Emotional Faces
K Krol, M Puglia, J Morris, J Connelly, T Grossmann
Biological Psychiatry 83 (9), S361-S362, 2018
2018
Emotion perception in motherhood and infancy: The role of breastfeeding experience and the oxytocin system
KM Krol
2016
Genetic variation in the maternal oxytocin system is associated with infants' cortisol response to breastfeeding
KM Krol, M Monakhov, R Ebstein, T Grossmann
70th Annual Meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, 2015
2015
Genetic variation in the oxytocin system is linked to infant brain responses to fearful faces
KM Krol, M Monakhov, R Ebstein, T Grossmann
70th Annual Meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, 2015
2015
Breastfeeding exposure specifically impacts infant attention to happy eyes
KM Krol, T Grossmann
Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, 2015
2015
Individual differences in infants’ neural sensitivity to emotional body expressions: The role of infant temperament and maternal empathy
P Rajhans, M Missana, KM Krol, T Grossmann
19th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, 2014
2014
Exclusive breastfeeding impacts infant brain responses to emotional body expressions: Evidence for a" positivity bias"?
KM Krol, P Rajhans, M Missana, T Grossmann
XIX Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, 2014
2014
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