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Tag: diurnal cortisol

Salivary Bioscience News

Identifying sampling schemes to capture key salivary cortisol responses

Balancing Scientific Accuracy and Participant Burden: Testing the Impact of Sampling Intensity on Diurnal Cortisol Indices. Author: Hoyt LT, et al (2016), Stress. Despite the increasing popularity of incorporating salivary cortisol measurement into health and social science research, relatively little empirical work has been conducted on the number of saliva samples across the day required […]

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Salivary cortisol and the effects of child care on development in high & low risk contexts

Child Care and Cortisol Across Infancy and Toddlerhood: Poverty, Peers, and Developmental Timing Author: Berry, et al (2016), Family Relations Evidence suggests that relations between child care and children’s development—behaviorally and physiologically—likely differ between children from high- versus low-risk contexts. Using 1,155 participant data from the Family Life Project, the authors tested (a) whether within- […]

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Review: How negative parent-child relationships affect the biological stress system

Family relations, stress, and vulnerability: Biobehavioral implications for prevention and practice Author: Ha, et al (2016), Family Relations Developmental psychobiology research supports the hypothesis that individual differences in biological stress systems that are sensitive to environmental experiences are associated with individual adjustment problems. Negative social experiences, especially in family contexts, contribute to the dysregulation of […]

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Early adversity contributes to lower latent trait salivary cortisol (LTC) levels in adolescence

Individual differences in early adolescents’ latent trait cortisol (LTC): Relation to early adversity Author: Stroud CB, et al (2016), Developmental Psychobiology Substantial evidence suggests that youth who experience early adversity exhibit alterations in hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) axis functioning, thereby increasing risk for negative health outcomes. However, few studies have explored whether early adversity alters […]

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Longitudinal Salivary Cortisol Study Evaluates Theory of Developmental Origins of Health & Disease

Assessment of the cortisol awakening response: Expert consensus guidelines. Author: Winchester SB, et al (2015). Res Nurs Health. In a prospective, case-controlled longitudinal design, 180 preterm and full-term infants who had been enrolled at birth participated in a comprehensive assessment battery at age 23. Of these, 149 young adults, 34 formerly full-term and 115 formerly […]