|Distinguishing differential susceptibility from diathesis–stress: Recommendations for evaluating interaction effects|
GI Roisman, DA Newman, RC Fraley, JD Haltigan, AM Groh, KC Haydon
Development and psychopathology 24 (2), 389-409, 2012
|Early social and emotional communication in the infant siblings of children with autism spectrum disorders: An examination of the broad phenotype|
TD Cassel, DS Messinger, LV Ibanez, JD Haltigan, SI Acosta, ...
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 37 (1), 122-132, 2007
|The legacy of early experiences in development: Formalizing alternative models of how early experiences are carried forward over time.|
RC Fraley, GI Roisman, JD Haltigan
Developmental Psychology 49 (1), 109, 2013
|School climate, peer victimization, and academic achievement: Results from a multi-informant study.|
W Wang, T Vaillancourt, HL Brittain, P McDougall, A Krygsman, D Smith, ...
School Psychology Quarterly 29 (3), 360, 2014
|Dopaminergic, serotonergic, and oxytonergic candidate genes associated with infant attachment security and disorganization? In search of main and interaction effects|
MPCM Luijk, GI Roisman, JD Haltigan, H Tiemeier, C Booth‐LaForce, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52 (12), 1295-1307, 2011
|Joint trajectories of bullying and peer victimization across elementary and middle school and associations with symptoms of psychopathology.|
JD Haltigan, T Vaillancourt
Developmental psychology 50 (11), 2426, 2014
|Brief Report: Atypical expression of distress during the separation phase of the strange situation procedure in infant siblings at high risk for ASD|
G Esposito, M del Carmen Rostagno, P Venuti, JD Haltigan, ...
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 44 (4), 975-980, 2014
|Antecedents of maternal sensitivity during distressing tasks: Integrating attachment, social information processing, and psychobiological perspectives|
EM Leerkes, AJ Supple, M O'Brien, SD Calkins, JD Haltigan, MS Wong, ...
Child Development 86 (1), 94-111, 2015
|The predictive significance of early caregiving experiences for symptoms of psychopathology through midadolescence: Enduring or transient effects?|
JD Haltigan, GI Roisman, RC Fraley
Development and Psychopathology 25 (1), 209-221, 2013
|Dynamic infant–parent affect coupling during the face-to-face/still-face.|
SM Chow, JD Haltigan, DS Messinger
Emotion 10 (1), 101, 2010
|Maternal sensitivity assessed during the Strange Situation Procedure predicts child's attachment quality and reunion behaviors|
KY Behrens, AC Parker, JD Haltigan
Infant Behavior and Development 34 (2), 378-381, 2011
|The dynamic still-face effect: Do infants decrease bidding over time when parents are not responsive?|
NV Ekas, JD Haltigan, DS Messinger
Developmental Psychology 49 (6), 1027, 2013
|Progress in achieving quantitative classification of psychopathology|
RF Krueger, R Kotov, D Watson, MK Forbes, NR Eaton, CJ Ruggero, ...
World Psychiatry 17 (3), 282-293, 2018
|The impact of monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis on attachment parameters|
JM Schober, R Lipman, JD Haltigan, PJ Kuhn
Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology 38 (1), 47-52, 2004
|Elevated trajectories of externalizing problems are associated with lower awakening cortisol levels in midadolescence.|
JD Haltigan, GI Roisman, EJ Susman, K Barnett-Walker, KC Monahan
Developmental Psychology 47 (2), 472, 2011
|Adult attachment states of mind: Measurement invariance across ethnicity and associations with maternal sensitivity|
JD Haltigan, EM Leerkes, MS Wong, K Fortuna, GI Roisman, AJ Supple, ...
Child Development 85 (3), 1019-1035, 2014
|Non-expert ratings of infant and parent emotion: Concordance with expert coding and relevance to early autism risk|
JK Baker, JD Haltigan, R Brewster, J Jaccard, D Messinger
International Journal of Behavioral Development 34 (1), 88-95, 2010
|II. The latent structure of the adult attachment interview: Exploratory and confirmatory evidence|
JD Haltigan, GI Roisman, KC Haydon
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 79 (3), 15-35, 2014
|Intercepting the intergenerational cycle of maternal trauma and loss through mother–infant psychotherapy: A case study using attachment-derived methods|
RH Belt, A Kouvo, M Flykt, RL Punamäki, JD Haltigan, Z Biringen, ...
Clinical child psychology and psychiatry 18 (1), 100-120, 2013
|Security of attachment and quality of mother–toddler social interaction in a high-risk sample|
JD Haltigan, BL Lambert, R Seifer, NV Ekas, CR Bauer, DS Messinger
Infant Behavior and Development 35 (1), 83-93, 2012