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The neural basis of responsive caregiving behaviour: Investigating temporal dynamics within the parental brain.

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Young KS. et al, (2017), Behav Brain Res, 325, 105 - 116

Interpreting infant emotional expressions: Parenthood has differential effects on men and women.

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Parsons CE. et al, (2017), Q J Exp Psychol (Hove), 70, 554 - 564

A longitudinal study of early reading development in two languages: comparing literacy outcomes in Irish immersion, English medium and Gaeltacht schools

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Parsons CE. and Lyddy F., (2016), International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 19, 511 - 529

Ready for action: a role for the human midbrain in responding to infant vocalizations.

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Parsons CE. et al, (2014), Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 9, 977 - 984

The bonnie baby: Experimentally manipulated temperament affects perceived cuteness and motivation to view infant faces

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Parsons CE. et al, (2014), Developmental Science, 17, 257 - 269

Music training and empathy positively impact adults' sensitivity to infant distress.

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Parsons CE. et al, (2014), Front Psychol, 5

Neuroanatomy pleasure and emotion


Parsons CE. et al, (2013), The Neuropsychology of Psychopathology, 29 - 56

Understanding the human parental brain: a critical role of the orbitofrontal cortex.

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Parsons CE. et al, (2013), Soc Neurosci, 8, 525 - 543

Interpreting infant vocal distress: the ameliorative effect of musical training in depression.

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Young KS. et al, (2012), Emotion, 12, 1200 - 1205

Listening to infant distress vocalizations enhances effortful motor performance

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Parsons CE. et al, (2012), Acta Paediatrica, International Journal of Paediatrics, 101

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