the very best motherinfant interaction. Family size (number of children in the family) and the infant dysregulation and irritability (PS6) scale inversely correlated. Sacred Bones Turns Ten, dark Blue Discover the "Start of the World" in the Dead of Night. The pcera consists of 29 parental items, 28 infant items and 8 dyadic items. Psychometric tools and tentative psychiatric diagnosis (anxiety, depression and ptsr/ptsd) were used to assess maternal mental health problems following preterm birth. 44, 45 Figure 2 (A) Group differences in motherinfant interaction quality at 6 (T2) and 18 (T3) months corrected age for mothers with and without psychometric case scores above threshold for identifying psychiatric case at 2 weeks postpartum. On the other hand, these dyads would not have participated if the recordings were not made in their homes. Gag on This (Her Ethic remix).
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Data sharing statement The full data set is available from the corresponding author ARM. Three maternal variables correlated with two of the pcera scales. Competing interests None declared. A trained coder made the assessment. Different measurements and definitions being used, as well as the complexity of motherinfant interactional studies, may have contributed to these differences. Infant health scores at the infant's Apgar scores at 5 min postpartum correlated positively with the infant quality of play, interest and attention (PS5) scale. Semistructured interviews and standardised mental health screening questionnaires were used to collect data about sociodemographics, the pregnancy and birth, child's health status and mothers' mental health problems. The ParentChild Early Relational Assessment (pcera) scale was used to assess the motherinfant interaction. The present study describes a small preterm group and one should be cautious about generalising from this study. Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the families that participated in the study, the staff of the maternity ward at the neonatal intensive care unit at the National Hospital, Oslo and Sari Ahlqvist-Björkroth who coded and Tanja Lipasti who recoded the pcera data.