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Wade M, Fox, N, Zeanah C, Nelson C, Drury S. "Telomere length and psychopathology among children with histories of institutionalization: specificity and direction of effects." Biological Psychiatry (under review)

Esteves K, Jones C, Theall K, Drury S. "Maternal life course adversity: differential effects of early life and prenatal experiences on infant telomere length trajectory." American Journal Psychiatry (under review)

Dismukas A, Shirtcliff E, Jones C, Zeanah C, Theall K, Drury S. "Development of the cortisol response to dyadic stressors in Black and White infant." Journal of Child Development and Psychopathology (revise, resubmit)

Jones, C. W., Gray, S. A., Theall, K. P., & Drury, S. S. (2018). Polymorphic variation in the SLC5A7 gene influences infant autonomic reactivity and self-regulation: A neurobiological model for ANS stress responsivity and infant temperament. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 97, 28-36.

Lin, J., Smith, D., Esteves, K., & Drury, S. (2018). Telomere length measurement by qPCR–summary of critical factors and recommendations for assay design. Psychoneuroendocrinology.

Johnson, D. E., Tang, A., Almas, A. N., Degnan, K. A., McLaughlin, K. A., Nelson, C. A., ... & Drury, S. S. (2018). Caregiving Disruptions Affect Growth and Pubertal Development in Early Adolescence in Institutionalized and Fostered Romanian Children: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of Pediatrics.

Jones, C., Esteves, K., Theall, K., & Drury, S. (2018). F47. Infant Telomere Length Differs in Matched and Mismatched Postnatal Expectancy. Biological Psychiatry, 83(9), S255-S256.

Drury SS, Howell BR, Jones C, Esteves K, Morin E, Schlesinger R, Meyer JS, Baker K, Sanchez MM. "Shaping Long-Term Primate Development: Telomere Length Trajectory as an Indicator of Maltreatment and Predictor of Future Physiologic Regulation." Development and Psychopathology (2017) 29(5):1539-1551. doi: 10.1017/S0954579417001225

Gray SAO, Jones CW, Theall KP, Glackin E, Drury SS. "Thinking Across Generations: Unique Contributions of Maternal Early Life and Prenatal Stress to Infant Physiology." Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  (2017) 56(11):922-929. doi: 10.1016/j.jaac.2017.09.001. Epub 2017 Sep 12.

 

For more publications, visit Dr. Drury's PubMed page.

 

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