Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 2002
Margaret E. Hertzig, Ellen A. Farber
Routledge, 01/03/2013 - 496 من الصفحات
Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development2002 provides the most current research and scholarship available in the field of child psychiatry and child development. It is a benchmark against which all other contributions to the literature will be measured. Mental health professionals who work with children and adolescents will find the book invaluable for both its timely information and long-term reference value. Researchers will find substantial information in its pages for new spheres of inquiry.
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... levels of stress, parental encouragement of talking about the stress exacerbated their problems. The notion that “working through” traumatic experiences is important to mental health was clearly seen following the September 11, 2001 ...
... level seen among biologically intact mother–infant dyads. Contrary to expectations, age at placement was not related to attachment quality. Rather, concordance between maternal state of mind and infant attachment was seen for relatively ...
... levels of frightening behaviors toward their infants relative to other caregivers and were not at increased risk for ... level of concordance between siblings was 62% using the two-way classification scheme, with discordance partially ...
... levels of secure attachments is robust, foster children might be expected to show disproportionately high levels of insecure attachment to their foster parents. On the other hand, foster parents differ from day care and kibbutzim ...
... levels of stability than other categories (Bakermans-Kranenburg & van IJzendoorn, 1993; Main, 1996; Sagi et al., 1994). Interrater agreement on classifications is well over 80%, and classifications are independent of interviewer and ...
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