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Nicole Letourneau

Nicole Letourneau, PhD, is a professor and the Norlien/ACHF Chair in Parent-Infant Mental Health in the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Nursing. Her areas of research include parenting and child development in the context of teen motherhood, family violence, substance abuse, interventions for mothers, fathers, and infants exposed to postpartum depression, and origins of fetal programming of infant stress reactivity associated with exposure to maternal depression in utero.

The full listing of Nicole’s published work can be found here.

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