I am providing a presentation on the research I completed during my post-doc on relational psychophysiology between mothers and infants. The gist of the lecture is that mothers and babies may actually have periods during which their nervous systems synchronize with each other. These periods most likely occur during times when the infant is upset and the mother is working hard to soothe her infant.
The presentation will be given to an audience of hospital staff as part of the Child Health Research Seminar at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (but I think anyone is welcome to come).
Icahn School of Medicine
Annenberg Building, 17-70
1468 Madison Avenue (@ E 101st St.)
New York, NY 10029