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Variations in maternal 5‐HTTLPR affect observed sensitive parenting

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Little is known about the genetic determinants of sensitive parenting. Two earlier studies examined the effect of the serotonin transporter polymorphism (5‐HTTLPR) on sensitive parenting, but reported opposite results. In a large cohort we further examined whether 5‐HTTLPR is a predictor of observed maternal sensitivity and whether observed child social fearfulness moderates the effect of 5‐HTTLPR on maternal sensitivity.
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Keywords: 5‐HTTLPR; maternal sensitivity; parenting; serotonin transporter polymorphism; social fearfulness

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2014

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