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Atypical Attachment in Infancy and Early Childhood among Children at Developmental Risk (Monographs for the Society of Research in Child Development)

by Joan Vondra

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Published by Blackwell Publishing, Incorporated .
Written in English


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Number of Pages225
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Open LibraryOL7610015M
ISBN 100631215921
ISBN 109780631215929

that can put infants and young children at devel-opmental risk. defi ne giftedness in young children and explain the factors that contribute to giftedness. KEY TERMS at risk attachment process atypical development autonomy bodily kinesthetic cardiac problem chromosomal disorders developmental continuum developmental File Size: 1MB. D. Barnett (Eds.), Atypical attachment in infancy and early childhood among children at developmental risk. Monographs ofthe Societyfor Research in Chifd INFLUENCES OF FRIENDS AND FRIENDSHIPS: MYTHS, TRUTHS, AND .

In addition to these theoretical accounts of attachment, there are several resources available that provide both relatively brief summaries of attachment theory and survey the vast body of developmental research on the legacy of children’s early attachment-relevant experiences with parents for interpersonal functioning in childhood. Measures: Infancy Predictors. Early demographic risk was indexed by a score (0–5) summing the presence of the following five factors in infancy: no maternal high school diploma, government aid recipient, no male partner in home, mother under age 20 at birth of first child, and more than two children under the age of six in the home.. Infant attachment Cited by:

an Early Ageon Children’s Psychosocial Development through Young Adulthood € 7 KARIN GROSSMANN, PHD, KLAUS E. GROSSMANN, PHD, JULY € € € Disorganization of Attachment Strategies in Infancy and Childhood € 13 KATE HENNIGHAUSEN, PHD, KARLEN LYONS-RUTH, PHD, DECEMBER € € € Attachment at an Early File Size: KB. Children Edited Book How to cite: Oates, John ed. (). Attachment Relationships: Quality of Care for Young Children. Quality of Care for Young Children EARLY CHILDHOOD IN FOCUS 1. EARLY CHILDHOOD IN FOCUS Infant attachment and developmental outcomes Parenting quality and children.


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