Marie Camerota
Marie Camerota
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Brown University
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Prevalence and perceptions of electronic cigarette use during pregnancy
NJ Wagner, M Camerota, C Propper
Maternal and child health journal 21 (8), 1655-1661, 2017
Maternal depressive symptoms, mother-child interactions, and children’s executive function.
N Gueron-Sela, M Camerota, MT Willoughby, L Vernon-Feagans, MJ Cox
Developmental psychology 54 (1), 71, 2018
Executive function in low birth weight preschoolers: The moderating effect of parenting
M Camerota, MT Willoughby, M Cox, MT Greenberg
Journal of abnormal child psychology 43 (8), 1551-1562, 2015
The Childhood Executive Functioning Inventory (CHEXI): Factor structure, measurement invariance, and correlates in US preschoolers
M Camerota, MT Willoughby, LJ Kuhn, CB Blair
Child Neuropsychology 24 (3), 322-337, 2018
Intrinsic and extrinsic factors predicting infant sleep: Moving beyond main effects
M Camerota, CB Propper, DM Teti
Developmental Review 53, 100871, 2019
Assessment of infant sleep: how well do multiple methods compare?
M Camerota, KP Tully, M Grimes, N Gueron-Sela, CB Propper
Sleep 41 (10), zsy146, 2018
Infant respiratory sinus arrhythmia and maternal depressive symptoms predict toddler sleep problems
N Gueron‐Sela, CB Propper, NJ Wagner, M Camerota, KP Tully, ...
Developmental psychobiology 59 (2), 261-267, 2017
Neighborhood deprivation predicts infant sleep quality
M Grimes, M Camerota, CB Propper
Sleep Health 5 (2), 148-151, 2019
Birth weight, birth length, and gestational age as indicators of favorable fetal growth conditions in a US sample
M Camerota, KA Bollen
PloS one 11 (4), e0153800, 2016
Measurement models for studying child executive functioning: Questioning the status quo.
M Camerota, MT Willoughby, CB Blair
Developmental psychology 56 (12), 2236, 2020
Speed and accuracy on the Hearts and Flowers task interact to predict child outcomes.
M Camerota, MT Willoughby, CB Blair
Psychological assessment 31 (8), 995, 2019
Prenatal risk predicts preschooler executive function: A cascade model
M Camerota, MT Willoughby
Child development 91 (3), e682-e700, 2020
Associations between mother-infant bed-sharing practices and infant affect and behavior during the still-face paradigm
RE Lerner, M Camerota, KP Tully, C Propper
Infant Behavior and Development 60, 101464, 2020
Individual differences in neonatal white matter are associated with executive function at 3 years of age
SJ Short, MT Willoughby, M Camerota, RL Stephens, RJ Steiner, M Styner, ...
Brain Structure and Function 224 (9), 3159-3169, 2019
Leveraging item accuracy and reaction time to improve measurement of child executive function ability.
M Camerota, MT Willoughby, BE Magnus, CB Blair
Psychological assessment 32 (12), 1118, 2020
Applying Interdisciplinary Frameworks to Study Prenatal Influences on Child Development
M Camerota, MT Willoughby
Child Development Perspectives 15 (1), 24-30, 2021
Parenting and maternal reported child sleep problems in infancy predict school-age aggression and inattention
CB Propper, K McLaughlin, J Goldblum, M Camerota, N Gueron-Sela, ...
Sleep health 8 (1), 62-68, 2022
Prenatal risk factors and neonatal DNA methylation in very preterm infants
M Camerota, S Graw, TM Everson, EC McGowan, JA Hofheimer, ...
Clinical epigenetics 13 (1), 1-14, 2021
Longitudinal links between maternal factors and infant cognition: Moderation by infant sleep
M Camerota, N Gueron‐Sela, M Grimes, CB Propper
Infancy 25 (2), 128-150, 2020
NEOage clocks-Epigenetic clocks to estimate post-menstrual and postnatal age in preterm infants
S Graw, M Camerota, BS Carter, J Helderman, JA Hofheimer, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 13 (20), 23527, 2021
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