Camelia E. Hostinar
Camelia E. Hostinar
Associate Professor, University of California-Davis
Verifisert e-postadresse på ucdavis.edu - Startside
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Psychobiological mechanisms underlying the social buffering of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis: A review of animal models and human studies across development
CE Hostinar, RM Sullivan, MR Gunnar
Psychological Bulletin 140 (1), 256-282, 2014
Associations between early life adversity and executive function in children adopted internationally from orphanages
CE Hostinar, SA Stellern, C Schaefer, SM Carlson, MR Gunnar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (2), 17208-17212, 2012
Parent support is less effective in buffering cortisol stress reactivity for adolescents compared to children
CE Hostinar, AE Johnson, MR Gunnar
Developmental science 18 (2), 281-297, 2015
The social buffering of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenocortical axis in humans: Developmental and experiential determinants
MR Gunnar, CE Hostinar
Social neuroscience 10 (5), 479-488, 2015
Intervention effects on diurnal cortisol rhythms of Child Protective Services-referred infants persist into early childhood: Preschool follow-up results of a randomized …
K Bernard, C Hostinar, M Dozier
JAMA pediatrics 169 (2), 112, 2015
Additive contributions of childhood adversity and recent stressors to inflammation at midlife: Findings from the MIDUS study.
CE Hostinar, ME Lachman, DK Mroczek, TE Seeman, GE Miller
Developmental psychology 51 (11), 1630, 2015
Future directions in the study of social relationships as regulators of the HPA axis across development
CE Hostinar, MR Gunnar
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 42 (4), 564-575, 2013
Parental buffering of fear and stress neurobiology: Reviewing parallels across rodent, monkey, and human models
MR Gunnar, CE Hostinar, MM Sanchez, N Tottenham, RM Sullivan
Social neuroscience, 2015
The developmental effects of early life stress: An overview of current theoretical frameworks
CE Hostinar, MR Gunnar
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (5), 400-406, 2013
Social support can buffer against stress and shape brain activity
CE Hostinar, MR Gunnar
AJOB Neuroscience 6 (3), 34-42, 2015
Social deprivation and the HPA axis in early development
KJ Koss, CE Hostinar, B Donzella, MR Gunnar
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2014
Oxytocin receptor gene polymorphism, perceived social support, and psychological symptoms in maltreated adolescents
CE Hostinar, D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Development and Psychopathology, 1-13, 2014
Conceptualizing puberty as a window of opportunity for impacting health and well‐being across the life span
LD Dorn, CE Hostinar, EJ Susman, P Pervanidou
Journal of Research on Adolescence 29 (1), 155-176, 2019
Protective factors for youth confronting economic hardship: Current challenges and future avenues in resilience research.
CE Hostinar, GE Miller
American Psychologist 74 (6), 641, 2019
Psychosocial functioning and the cortisol awakening response: Meta-analysis, P-curve analysis, and evaluation of the evidential value in existing studies.
IA Boggero, CE Hostinar, EA Haak, MLM Murphy, SC Segerstrom
Biological psychology, 2017
Early social deprivation and the social buffering of cortisol stress reponses in late childhood: An experimental study
CE Hostinar, AE Johnson, MR Gunnar
Developmental Psychology, 2015
Future directions in the study of early-life stress and physical and emotional health: Implications of the neuroimmune network hypothesis
CE Hostinar, R Nusslock, GE Miller
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 1-15, 2017
The roles of puberty and age in explaining the diminished effectiveness of parental buffering of HPA reactivity and recovery in adolescence
JR Doom, CE Hostinar, AA VanZomeren-Dohm, MR Gunnar
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2015
The emergence of attachment following early social deprivation
EA Carlson, CE Hostinar, SB Mliner, MR Gunnar
Development and Psychopathology, 1-11, 2014
Recent developments in the study of social relationships, stress responses, and physical health
CE Hostinar
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2015
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