• Stanford University (2014)

  • Neurosciences

  • Deanna Barch, Ph.D.

  • Mapping affective neurodevelopment in early childhood to elucidate risk for psychopathology

  • camachoc@wustl.edu

Research

Mapping affective neurodevelopment in early childhood to elucidate risk for psychopathology.

Graduate Publications:

Camacho MC, Quiñones-Camacho LE, Perlman SB. 2020 Does the child brain rest?: An examination and interpretation of resting cognition in developmental cognitive neuroscience. Neuroimage, 212():116688.

Quiñones-Camacho LE, Fishburn FA, Camacho MC, Hlutkowsky CO, Huppert TJ, Wakschlag LS, Perlman SB. 2019 Parent-child neural synchrony: a novel approach to elucidating dyadic correlates of preschool irritability. J Child Psychol Psychiatry, (Epub ahead of print):.

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