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WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health, Volume 3, Parenting and Child Care

WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health, Volume 3, Parenting and Child Care

ISBN: 978-0-471-18946-6

Dec 1999

425 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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$300.00

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Keynote: This 4-volume set offers comprehensive coverage of children's psychological development during the critical early years of life. Infancy--which is defined as the period from birth to 18 months of age--is the single most critical stage in cognitive and socioemotional development. The comprehensive WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health offers the first thorough interdisciplinary analysis of the biopsychosocial factors that impact normal and abnormal infant mental development. Assembled under the auspices of the leading international organization in infant development--the World Association of Infant Mental Health--this ground-breaking four-volume reference offers a state-of-the-art overview of the field by the world's leading researchers, clinicians, and scholars.

WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health, 4 Volume Set

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Child Care, Parenting, and Public Policy (B. Ablon & S. Bemporad).

Parenting Toddlers: Developmental and Clinical Considerations (A. Lieberman & A. Slade).

The Emotional Lives of African American Parents in Their Interpretations of Emotions of Infants (M. Lewis).

Why Poverty Matters for Young Children: Implications for Policy (J. Brooks-Gunn, et al.).

Understanding Parenting: Contributions of Attachmnent Theory and Research (L. Berlin & J. Cassidy).

The Story of Mothers who are Difficult to Engage in Prevention Programs (S. Spieker, et al.).

Parenting Infants (M. Bornstein).

Prebirth Parent Characteristics and Early Family Development (C. Heinicke).

Fathering Infants (W. Horn).

Intuitive Parenting (H. Papousek).

Toward an Integrated Theory of Maternal Caregiving (J. Solomon & C. George).

Exploring Triangular Relationships in Infancy (E. Fivaz-Depeursinge, et al.).

Indexes.
"...an impressive collection of information...""...will serve as a major resource for clinicians, researchers, scholars and students of human development in the years to come." (Int Jnl of Adolescent Medicine & Health, 13th January 2000)