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Title: Early emotional development in infants and toddlers: Perspectives of early Head Start staff and parents
Authors: Brophy-Herb,Holly E.;Horodynski,Mildred;Dupuis,Sara B.;Bocknek,Erika London;Schiffman,Rachel;Onaga,Esther;Van Egeren,Laurie A.;Fitzgerald,Hiram E.;Cunningham-Deluca,Mary;Hawver,Shelley;Adkins,Madonna;Thomas,Sarah
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2009, 30 :3 ,pg 203- 222
Subjects: Emotional Development Infant Development Project Head Start Curriculum Development Parents Role Models Human Male Female US early emotional development infants toddlers Early Head Start staff
Additional Information: ID: 4700; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); Middle Age (40-64 yrs); GI: This work wa
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Title: Early emotional development in infants and toddlers: Perspectives of early Head Start staff and parents
Authors: Brophy-Herb,Holly E.;Horodynski,Mildred;Dupuis,Sara B.;Bocknek,Erika London;Schiffman,Rachel;Onaga,Esther;Van Egeren,Laurie A.;Fitzgerald,Hiram E.;Cunningham-Deluca,Mary;Hawver,Shelley;Adkins,Madonna;Thomas,Sarah
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2009, 30 :3 ,pg 203- 222
Subjects: Emotional Development Infant Development Project Head Start Curriculum Development Parents Role Models Human Male Female US early emotional development infants toddlers Early Head Start staff
Additional Information: ID: 4761; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); Middle Age (40-64 yrs); GI: This work wa
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Title: Early emotional development in infants and toddlers: Perspectives of early Head Start staff and parents
Authors: Brophy-Herb,Holly E.;Horodynski,Mildred;Dupuis,Sara B.;Bocknek,Erika London;Schiffman,Rachel;Onaga,Esther;Van Egeren,Laurie A.;Fitzgerald,Hiram E.;Cunningham-Deluca,Mary;Hawver,Shelley;Adkins,Madonna;Thomas,Sarah
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2009, 30 :3 ,pg 203- 222
Subjects: Emotional Development Infant Development Project Head Start Curriculum Development Parents Role Models Human Male Female US early emotional development infants toddlers Early Head Start staff
Additional Information: ID: 4903; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); Middle Age (40-64 yrs); GI: This work wa
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Title: Measuring socioemotional functioning in a national birth cohort study
Authors: Andreassen,Carol;West,Jerry
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal.Special Issue: New Directions in Young Children's Socio-Emotional Measures, 2007, 28 :6 ,pg 627- 646
Subjects: Early Childhood Development Emotional Development Longitudinal Studies Psychosocial Development School Readiness Attachment Behavior Cohort Analysis Measurement Human US Early Childhood Longitudinal Study Birth Cohort ECLS-B socioemotional development att
Additional Information: ID: 5703; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); LR: 20071203 (PsycINFO) RX: 2 (on Oct 20, 2010)
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Title: Measuring socioemotional functioning in a national birth cohort study
Authors: Andreassen,Carol;West,Jerry
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal.Special Issue: New Directions in Young Children's Socio-Emotional Measures, 2007, 28 :6 ,pg 627- 646
Subjects: Early Childhood Development Emotional Development Longitudinal Studies Psychosocial Development School Readiness Attachment Behavior Cohort Analysis Measurement Human US Early Childhood Longitudinal Study Birth Cohort ECLS-B socioemotional development att
Additional Information: ID: 5791; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); LR: 20071203 (PsycINFO) RX: 3 (on Mar 16, 2011)
Ref ID: 93628
 
Title: Emotional Availability: Differential Predictions to Infant Attachment and Kindergarten Adjustment Based on Observation Time and Context
Authors: Biringen,Zeynep;Damon,Jamie;Grigg,Wendy;Mone,Jen;Pipp-Siegel,Sandra;Skillern,Shauna;Stratton,Janie
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal.Special Issue: Emotional Availability: Extending the Assessment of Emotional Availability to Include Gender, Culture, and At-Risk Populations, 2005, 26 :4 ,pg 295- 308
Subjects: Attachment Behavior Kindergarten Students Mother Child Relations School Adjustment Early Childhood Development Emotions Infant Development Prediction Time Human Male Female US emotional availability infant attachment kindergarten adjustment context child
Additional Information: ID: 4093; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20050926 (PsycINFO) RX: 8 (on Mar 16, 2010)
Ref ID: 93806
 
Title: Mothers' interactions with temperamentally frustrated infants
Authors: Calkins,S. D.;Hungerford,A.;Dedmon,S. E.
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2004, 25 :3 ,pg 219- 239
Subjects: temperamentally frustrated infants parenting stress psychological functioning marital adjustment maternal behavior Infant Development Marital Relations Mother Child Relations Psychogenesis Mothers
Additional Information: ID: 1851; ID: 1033; ID: 210; have; ID: 5
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Title: Does aversive behavior during toddlerhood matter?: The effects of difficult temperament on maternal perceptions and behavior
Authors: Calkins,S. D.
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2002, 23 :4 ,pg 381- 402
Subjects: mother-toddler dyads frustration distress aggression/venting defiance aversive behavior maternal interactive style maternal negativity difficult temperament Aggressive Behavior Behavior Problems Distress Mother Child Relations Parental Attitudes Early Childhood Development Mothers Parental Characteristics
Additional Information: ID: 1848; ID: 1030; ID: 207; 17492-003. First Author & Affiliation: Calkins, Susan D.; U North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, US. Release Date: 20020731. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Media Covered: Print. Media Available: Electronic; Print. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Aggressive Behavior; Behavior Problems; Distress; Mother Child Relations; Parental Attitudes. Minor Descriptor(s): Early Childhood Development; Mothers; Parental Characteristics. Classification: Childrearing & Child Care (2956). Population: Human (10)Male (30)Female (40). Location: US. Age Group:Childhood (birth-12 yrs) (100); Infancy (2-23 mo) (140); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs) (160); . References Available: Y.; ID: 24
Ref ID: 94004
 
Title: Attachment: The parental perspective
Authors: Bretherton,I.;Biringen,Z.;Ridgeway,D.;Maslin,C.
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 1989, 10 :3 ,pg 203- 221
Subjects: thoughts & feelings about attachment relationship with their 18 mo olds 20-36 yr old mothers 19 mo study
Additional Information: ID: 1800; ID: 232; ID: 390; 1990-04356-001; 04356-001. Partial author list.. First Author & Affiliation: Bretherton, Inge, U Wisconsin, Madison, US. Release Date: 19900201. Publication Type: Journal Article (250). Media Type: Print (Paper). Language: Engl
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Title: The Evolution of Problem and Social Competence Behaviors During Toddlerhood: A Prospective Population-Based Cohort Survey
Authors: Baillargeon,Raymond H.;Normand,Claude L.;Séguin,Jean R.;Zoccolillo,Mark;Japel,Christa;Pérusse,Daniel;Wu,Hong-Xing;Boivin,Michel;Tremblay,Richard E.
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, , 28 :1 ,pg 12- 38
Subjects: problem behaviors social competence behaviors toddlerhood Behavior Problems Early Childhood Development Psychosocial Development Social Skills
Additional Information: ID: 1699; ID: 666; ID: 1124; We look at factors that lead to psychpathologyFactors that lead to social competence may be just as important to look at for the development of psychopathology (Carter et al. 2003; Hay, Castle, Davies, Demetriou, & Stimson, 19
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