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2001
Adam, E.K. . Adult attachment, cortisol reactivity and dirunal cortisol activity in mothers of toddlers. Psychophysiological perspectives on the adult attachment interview. Symposium conducted at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, MN.
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2005
Pendry, P.,  Adam, E.K. . Associations between marital discord, parenting, and child's stress physiology: The role of child age and parent gender. Marital Discord and Child Development: Developmental and Transactional Perspectives on the Role of Basic Regulatory Processes. Symposium conducted at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research and Child Development. Atlanta, GA.
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2010
Chyu, L.,  McDade, T.W.,  Adam, E.K. . Biological indicators in a nationally representative sample of young adults: How do Add Health Wave IV biomarkers measure up?. Population Association of America. Dallas, TX.
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2013
Hoyt, L.T.,  Chanse-Lansdale, P.L.,  McDade, T.W.,  Adam, E.K. . Developmental predictors of adult infammation: The effects of pubertal timing and positive wellbeing. 2013 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Seattle, WA.
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2001
Adam, E.K. . Dirunal cortisol activity and cortisol reactivity in the everyday lives of parents and children. Well-being and dysfunction across the generations: Change and continuity, Jacobs Foundation Conference. Marbach Castle, Germany .
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2001
Adam, E.K. . Diurnal Cortisol Activity and Cortisol Reactivity in the Everyday Lives of Parents and Children [poster]. Well-being and Dysfunction Across the Generations: Change and Continuity, Jacobs Foundation Conference. Marbach Castle, Germany.
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1999
Adam, E.K. . The effects of relationship style, hours of paid work, and division of child-rearing labor on emotional and physiological stress in working mothers. Families, Employment, and Stress, Refereed Roundtable of the section on the Sociology of the Family conducted at the 94th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Chicago, IL.
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1999
Adam, E.K. . Emotional and physiological stress in working mothers: The effects of relationship style and hours of work. Sloan Center on Parents, Children and Work workshop series. Chicago, IL.
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1999
Adam, E.K.,  Tanaka, A.,  Alwin, J. Emotional working models? The relations between adult attachment, parent emotion, and parenting behavior. Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Albuquerque, NM.
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2002
Adam, E.K. . Measuring stress in families: Combining biological and phenomenological approaches. International Conference on Time pressure, Work-family interface, and Parent-child relationships. Waterloo, Ontario.
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2002
Adam, E.K. . Momentary emotion and cortisol activity in adolescents' everyday lives. Adolescent hormone-behavior relations: Moderating effects of age, sex, social context and psychopathology. Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence. New Orleans, LA.
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2001
Adam, E.K. . Parental employment conditions, parent emotions and parenting, and behavioral, emotional and cognitive outcomes in young children. The long arm of the job: Influences of parental work conditions on family life. Symposium conducted at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, MN.
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2001
Adam, E.K. . Parent employment, parent emotion and stress, and behavioral, cognitive and emotional outcomes in young children. Sloan Center on Parents, Children, and Work workshop series . Chicago, IL.
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2009
Till, L.D.,  Adam, E.K.,  Chase-Lansdale, P.L. . Parenting adolescents: Exploring the association between parenting characteristics and delinquency over time. Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Meeting. Denver, CO.
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2000
Adam, E.K. . Presider, parents, children, and work - studies from the University of Chicago Alfred P. Sloan Center. Work and Family: Expanding the Horizons. San Francisco, CA.
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2004
Doane, L.D.,  Adam, E.K. . Relationship Functioning and Depressive Symptoms over the Transition to Adulthood. Add Health Users Conference. Bethesda, MD.
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2000
Adam, E.K.,  Rosman, J. Residential mobility, relationship instability and cognitive, emotional, and behavioral outcomes in low-income adolescent girls. Eighth Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence. Chicago, IL.
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2003
Adam, E.K.,  Pendry, P. Salivary cortisol and family functioning: Effects of emotion, conflict and parenting. XXXIII Congress of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology. Pisa, Italy.
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2005
Snell, E.K.,  Adam, E.K. . Schooling, parental involvement, and adolescent emotion. Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development. Atlanta, GA.
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2004
Adam, E.K. . Social regulation of hypothalamtic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) activity in human infants, young children, and adolescents. Early experience: When does it become disruptive for brain development and behavior? Invited paper symposium conducted at the 4th Forum of European Neuroscience. Lisbon, Portugal.
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2005
Adam, E.K. . Social relationships and the regulation of stress hormones. Introductory Conference of Cells to Society: the Center on Social Disparities and Health at the Institute for Policy Research. Evanston, IL.
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2000
Adam, E.K. . Work, family, and physiological stress in mothers: Implications for health. The Effects of Work-Family Arrangements on Health and Well-Being, Roundtable session at Work and Family: Expanding the Horizons Conference. San Francisco, CA.
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