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The Relationship Between the Mother-daughter Bond and a New Mother’s Psychological and Physiological Response to Her Baby

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Allison Keil

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Zach Simmons & Sarina Saturn

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Psychological Sciences

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This transgenerational study explores how new mothers respond to their infants in both stressful (heel prick) and bonding (breast feeding) contexts, and whether these responses are informed by the relationship reported between the mothers and their own mothers (i.e., grandmothers).

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The Relationship Between the Mother-daughter Bond and a New Mother’s Psychological and Physiological Response to Her Baby

This transgenerational study explores how new mothers respond to their infants in both stressful (heel prick) and bonding (breast feeding) contexts, and whether these responses are informed by the relationship reported between the mothers and their own mothers (i.e., grandmothers).