Differentiated brain activity in response to faces of "own" versus "unfamiliar" babies in primipara mothers: an electrophysiological study.

Abstract:

:Experiences with one's own infant attune the parent nervous system to infant stimuli. To explore the effects of motherhood on brain activity patterns, electroencephalogram (EEG) was recorded while primipara mothers of 3- and 6-month-olds viewed images of faces of their own child and an unfamiliar but appearance-matched child. Mothers of 3- and 6-month-olds showed equivalent early-wave (N/P1 "visual" and N170 "face-sensitive") responses to own and unfamiliar baby faces but differentiating late-wave (N/P600 "familiar/ novel") activity to own versus unfamiliar infant faces. Based on 3 months experience with their own infant's face, mothers' brain patterns give evidence of distinctive late-wave (recognition) sensitivity.

journal_name

Dev Neuropsychol

authors

Bornstein MH,Arterberry ME,Mash C

doi

10.1080/87565641.2013.804923

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-01-01 00:00:00

pages

365-85

issue

6

eissn

8756-5641

issn

1532-6942

journal_volume

38

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