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Parent-to-child anxiety transmission in early childhood: Capturing in-the-moment mechanisms through emotion modeling and biological synchrony

Anxiety can emerge as early as pre-school age (4-7) and is often linked to anxiety in the parent. This study will examine patterns of brain and behavioral synchrony in parent-child pairs as they complete puzzles together and other social activities.

Participation requires three steps; a remote video session with the primary parent, an in-lab visit scheduled with the primary parent and child, and then an additional set of questionnaires given to the secondary caregiver. The remote session consists of obtaining consent, 2 questionnaires, and a clinical interview. The in-lab visit typically lasts about 2-3 hours, consisting of two parent-child activities and several child-only activities. Participants will be asked to wear mobile eye-tracking glasses and special caps used to measures brain activity during some of the tasks.

$125, $100 for the primary parent/or child and $25 for secondary parent

Koraly Perez-Edgar
Dakota Reis - at or 814-867-2322

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Inclusion Criteria:
Parents/Caregivers over 18
Children ages 4 to 6

Exclusion Criteria:
major medical illness
Children less than age 4 or over age 6
Children's Health, Mental & Behavioral Health
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State College, PA ,