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Jordana Waxman

Current University: York University
Location: Ontario
Discipline: Clinical Developmental Psychology
Research Supervisor: Rebecca Pillai Riddell
PICH Mentor: Rebecca Pillai Riddell
Member since: May 2013

About me/my research:

My previous research focused on a cohort of extremely low birth weight survivors, where I investigated the moderating influence of salivary cortisol and heart rate on the relation between prematurity and internalizing problems in adulthood. I plan to combine my past research experience in psychophysiology with my new lab’s direction in infant pain development.

Representative Publications:
Drvaric, L., Waxman, J., Van Lieshout, R., Schmidt, L. (In press). Prematurity as a context for psychopathology. In J. Burack & L. Schmidt (Eds.), Cultural and contextual perspectives on development at-risk. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Waxman, J., Van Lieshout, R., Saigal, S., Boyle, M., & Schmidt, L. (2013). Still cautious: Personality characteristics of extremely low birth weight adults in their early 30s. Personality and Individual Differences, 55, 967-971.

Waxman, J., Van Lieshout, R., Schmidt, L. (In press). Early adversity and mental health: Linking extremely low birth weight, emotion regulation, and internalizing disorders. Current Pediatric Reviews.