Masha A. Gartstein
Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, 1997
- Psychology 333: Abnormal Psychology
- Psychology 361: Principals of Developmental Psychology
- Psychology 440: Introduction to Clinical Psychology
- Psychology 464: Behavior Disorders of Children and Adolescents
- Psychology 530: Ethics & Professional Issues
- Psychology 538: Clinical Supervision
- Psychology 543: Clinical Child Psychology: Empirical Approaches to Assessment and Therapy
- Developmental Origins of Health and Disease
- Developmental Psychopathology
- Cross-cultural Differences
Dr. Gartstein will be recruiting a graduate student for Fall 2020 admission to the Clinical Psychology PhD Program.
*Erickson, N.L., Hancock, G.R., Oberlander, T.F., Brain, U., Grunau, R.E., & Gartstein, M.A. (2019). Prenatal SSRI antidepressant use and maternal internalizing symptoms during pregnancy and postpartum: Exploring effects on infant temperament trajectories for boys and girls. Journal of Affective Disorders, 258, 179–194.
Gartstein, M.A. & Hancock, G.R. (2019). Temperamental growth in infancy: demographic, maternal symptom, and stress contributions to over-arching and fine-grained dimensions. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 65, 121-157.
Gartstein, M.A. & Skinner, M.K. (2018). Prenatal influences on temperament development: The role of environmental epigenetics. Development and Psychopathology, 30, 1269-1303.
Gartstein, M.A., Seamon, E., Lengua, L.J., & Thompson, S.F. (2018). Community Crime Exposure and Risk for Obesity in Preschool Children: Moderation by the Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal (HPA)-Axis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 43, 353–365.
Gartstein, M.A., Hancock, G.R., & Iverson*, S.L. (2018). Positive affectivity and fear trajectories in infancy: Contributions of mother-child interaction factors. Child Development, 89, 1519-1534
*Desmarais, E., Majdandzic, M., Gartstein, M.A. *Bridgett, D.J., French, B. (2017). Cross-cultural differences in temperament: Comparing paternal ratings of US and Dutch infants. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, doi: 10.1080/17405629.2017.1356713
*Erickson, N. L., Gartstein, M. A. & Beauchaine, T. P. (2017) Infant predictors of toddler effortful control: A multi-method developmentally sensitive approach. Infant and Child Development, 26, e1971. doi: 10.1002/icd.1971.
Gartstein, M.A., Hookenson, K.V., Brain, U., Devlin, A.M., Grunau, R.E., & Oberlander, T.F. (2016). Sculpting infant soothability: The role of prenatal SSRI antidepressant exposure and neonatal SLC6A4 methylation status. Developmental Psychobiology, 58, 745-758.
Gartstein, M.A., Putnam, S.P., & *Kliewer, R. (2016). Do infant temperament characteristics predict core academic abilities in preschool-aged children? Learning and Individual Differences, 45, 299–306.
*LowKapalu, C. & Gartstein, M.A. (2016). Boys with Fragile X Syndrome: Investigating temperament in early childhood. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 60, 891-900.
Bornstein, M.H., Putnick, D.L., Gartstein, M.A., Hahn, C., Kwak, K., Auestad, N., & O’Connor, D.L. (2015). Infant Temperament across the First Years of Postnatal Life: Stability by Age, Gender, Birth Order, Term Status, and SES. Child Development, 86, 844–863.
Gartstein, M.A., Putnick, D.L., Kwak, K., Hahn, C., Bornstein, M.H. (2015). Stability of Temperament in South Korean Infants from 6 to 12 to 18 Months: Moderation by Age, Sex, and Birth Order. Infant Behavior and Development, 40, 103-107.
Gartstein, M.A., Bell, M.A., & Calkins, S.D. (2014). EEG Asymmetry at 10 Months of Age: Are Temperament Trait Predictors Different for Boys and Girls? Developmental Psychobiology, 56, 1327–1340.
Gartstein, M.A., Seamon, D.E., & Dishion, T.J. (2014). The Geospatial Ecology of Adolescent Problem Behavior and Alcohol Use: Proximal Effects of Peers and Parent Monitoring. Journal of Community Psychology, 42, 299–315.
Gartstein, M.A., *Bridgett, D.J., *Young, B.N., Panksepp, J., & Power, T. (2013). Origins of Effortful Control: Infant and Parent Contributions. Infancy, 18(2), 149-183.
Gartstein, M.A., *Bridgett, D.J., Rothbart, M.K., *Robertson, C., *Iddins, E., *Ramsay, K., & *Schlect, S. (2010). A Latent Growth Examination of Fear Development in Infancy: Contributions of Maternal Depression and the Risk for Toddler Anxiety. Developmental Psychology, 46, 651-668.
* indicates student or former student co-author