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Mona El-Sheikh
Mona El-Sheikh
Leonard Peterson Professor of Human Development Auburn University
Verified email at auburn.edu
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Salivary α‐amylase in biobehavioral research
DA Granger, KT Kivlighan, M El‐SHEIKH, EB Gordis, LR Stroud
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1098 (1), 122-144, 2007
7482007
Exposure to interparental conflict and children's adjustment and physical health: The moderating role of vagal tone
M El‐Sheikh, JA Harger, SM Whitson
Child development 72 (6), 1617-1636, 2001
5542001
Children's responses to different forms of expression of anger between adults
EM Cummings, D Vogel, JS Cummings, M El-Sheikh
Child Development, 1392-1404, 1989
5001989
Resolution and children's responses to interadult anger.
EM Cummings, M Ballard, M El-Sheikh, M Lake
Developmental Psychology 27 (3), 462, 1991
4261991
Marital conflict and children’s externalizing behavior: Pathways involving interactions between parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system activity
M El-Sheikh, CD Kouros, S Erath, EM Cummings, P Keller, L Staton
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 74 (1), vii, 2009
4102009
Children's sleep and cognitive functioning: race and socioeconomic status as moderators of effects
JA Buckhalt, M El‐Sheikh, P Keller
Child development 78 (1), 213-231, 2007
3952007
Marital conflict and disruption of children's sleep
M El‐Sheikh, JA Buckhalt, J Mize, C Acebo
Child development 77 (1), 31-43, 2006
3432006
Sleep disruptions and emotional insecurity are pathways of risk for children
M El‐Sheikh, JA Buckhalt, E Mark Cummings, P Keller
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 48 (1), 88-96, 2007
2792007
Economic adversity and children’s sleep problems: Multiple indicators and moderation of effects.
M El-Sheikh, EJ Bagley, M Keiley, L Elmore-Staton, E Chen, JA Buckhalt
Health Psychology 32 (8), 849, 2013
2712013
Family conflict, autonomic nervous system functioning, and child adaptation: State of the science and future directions
M El-Sheikh, SA Erath
Development and Psychopathology 23 (02), 703-721, 2011
2612011
Coping with adults' angry behavior: Behavioral, physiological, and verbal responses in preschoolers.
M El-Sheikh, EM Cummings, VL Goetsch
Developmental Psychology 25 (4), 490, 1989
2581989
Cortisol and children’s adjustment: The moderating role of sympathetic nervous system activity
M El-Sheikh, SA Erath, JA Buckhalt, DA Granger, J Mize
Journal of abnormal child psychology 36, 601-611, 2008
2552008
Integrating the measurement of salivary α-amylase into studies of child health, development, and social relationships
DA Granger, KT Kivlighan, C Blair, M El-Sheikh, J Mize, JA Lisonbee, ...
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 23 (2), 267-290, 2006
2522006
What keeps low-SES children from sleeping well: the role of presleep worries and sleep environment
EJ Bagley, RJ Kelly, JA Buckhalt, M El-Sheikh
Sleep medicine 16 (4), 496-502, 2015
2502015
Considering sleep in a family context: introduction to the special issue.
RE Dahl, M El-Sheikh
Journal of Family Psychology 21 (1), 1, 2007
2502007
Longitudinal relations between marital conflict and child adjustment: vagal regulation as a protective factor.
M El-Sheikh, SA Whitson
Journal of Family Psychology 20 (1), 30, 2006
2492006
Stability of respiratory sinus arrhythmia in children and young adolescents: A longitudinal examination
M El‐Sheikh
Developmental psychobiology 46 (1), 66-74, 2005
2352005
Children’s externalizing and internalizing symptoms over time: The role of individual differences in patterns of RSA responding
JB Hinnant, M El-Sheikh
Journal of abnormal child psychology 37 (8), 1049-1061, 2009
2302009
The role of emotional responses and physiological reactivity in the marital conflict–child functioning link
M El‐Sheikh
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 46 (11), 1191-1199, 2005
2262005
Reciprocal relations between children’s sleep and their adjustment over time.
RJ Kelly, M El-Sheikh
Developmental psychology 50 (4), 1137, 2014
2222014
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