Tal Yatziv
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Maternal mentalization and behavior under stressful contexts: The moderating roles of prematurity and household chaos
T Yatziv, N Gueron‐Sela, G Meiri, K Marks, N Atzaba‐Poria
Infancy, 2018
What’s going on in my baby’s mind? Mothers’ executive functions contribute to individual differences in maternal mentalization during mother-infant interactions
T Yatziv, Y Kessler, N Atzaba-Poria
PLoS ONE 13 (11), e0207869, 2018
When do mothers’ executive functions contribute to their representations of their child’s mind? A contextual view on parental reflective functioning and mind-mindedness.
T Yatziv, Y Kessler, N Atzaba-Poria
Developmental Psychology 56 (6), 1191-1206, 2020
A two-level hierarchical framework of visual short-term memory
T Yatziv, Y Kessler
Journal of Vision 18 (9), 2, 2018
Prematurity and maladaptive mealtime dynamics: The roles of maternal emotional distress, eating-related cognitions, and mind-mindedness
T Yatziv, N Gueron-Sela, G Meiri, K Marks, N Atzaba-Poria
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 2020
Understanding visual consciousness in autism spectrum disorders
T Yatziv, H Jacobson
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 204, 2015
Parental mentalizing during a pandemic: Use of mental-state language on parenting social media before and during the COVID-19 pandemic
T Yatziv, A Simchon, N Manco, M Gilead, HJV Rutherford
Clinical Psychological Science, 21677026211062612, 2022
Maternal perinatal anxiety and neural responding to infant affective signals: Insights, challenges, and a road map for neuroimaging research
T Yatziv, EA Vancor, M Bunderson, HJV Rutherford
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 2021
The Uncertainty of it All: Exploring the Cognitive Mechanisms of Repeated Checking
O Linkovski, T Yatziv, A Henik, R Eitan, G Anholt
Biological Psychiatry 87 (9), S454, 2020
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