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Title: Identifying priority areas for longitudinal research in childhood obesity: Delphi technique survey
Authors: Byrne,Susan;Wake,Melissa;Blumberg,Deborah;Dibley,Michael
Source: International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, 2008, 3 :2 ,pg 120- 122
Subjects: Experimentation Longitudinal Studies Obesity Pediatrics Environmental Effects Mental Health Physical Health Protective Factors Risk Factors Human Australia longitudinal research childhood obesity environmental factors
Additional Information: ID: 5563; FC: Electronic; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); GI: Dr Blumberg was funded by the Australian Child and Adolescent Obesity Research Network for this project. Dr Byrne is funded by an NHMRC Australian Public Health Training Fellowship, and Dr Wake is part-funded by NHMRC Population Health Career Development Award #284556.; LR: 20090706 (PsycINFO)
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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)
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Title: Poverty and Early Childhood Intervention. FPG Snapshot #42
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Source: , 2007, : ,pg FPG Child Development Institute; 2p-  
Subjects: Early Intervention Poverty Preschool Education Disadvantaged Youth Young Children Longitudinal Studies Child Development Intervention Outcomes of Education Program Effectiveness
Additional Information: ID: 5023; LV: Early Childhood Education
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Title: Poverty and Early Childhood Intervention. FPG Snapshot #42
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Source: , 2007, : ,pg FPG Child Development Institute; 2p-  
Subjects: Early Intervention Poverty Preschool Education Disadvantaged Youth Young Children Longitudinal Studies Child Development Intervention Outcomes of Education Program Effectiveness
Additional Information: ID: 5064; LV: Early Childhood Education
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Title: Poverty and Early Childhood Intervention. FPG Snapshot #42
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Source: , 2007, : ,pg FPG Child Development Institute; 2p-  
Subjects: Early Intervention Poverty Preschool Education Disadvantaged Youth Young Children Longitudinal Studies Child Development Intervention Outcomes of Education Program Effectiveness
Additional Information: ID: 5146; LV: Early Childhood Education
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Title: Poverty and Early Childhood Intervention. FPG Snapshot #42
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Source: , 2007, : ,pg FPG Child Development Institute; 2p-  
Subjects: Early Intervention Poverty Preschool Education Disadvantaged Youth Young Children Longitudinal Studies Child Development Intervention Outcomes of Education Program Effectiveness
Additional Information: ID: 5187; LV: Early Childhood Education
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Title: Patterns of stability and continuity in attention across early infancy
Authors: Bornstein,Marc H.;Brown,Elizabeth;Slater,Alan
Source: Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 1996, 14 :3 ,pg 195- 206
Subjects: stimulus habituation & recovery & duration & brief exposure stability & continuity of visual attention new-borns 5 mo study England Attention Habituation Spontaneous Recovery (Learning) Stimulus Duration Visual Stimulation Longitudinal Studies Visual
Additional Information: ID: 1781; ID: 677; ID: 865; 06806-003. First Author & Affiliation: Bornstein, Marc H.; National Inst of Child Health & Human Development, Bethesda, MD, US. Release Date: 19960101. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Language: English. Major
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Title: Infants' responses to frustrating situations: Continuity and change in reactivity and regulation
Authors: Braungart-Rieker,Julia M.;Stifter,Cynthia A.
Source: Child Dev., 1996, 67 :4 ,pg 1767- 1779
Subjects: continuity & stability & change in reactivity & regulation during frustrating situation male 5 mo olds longitudinal study Emotional Control Emotional Responses Frustration Longitudinal Studies
Additional Information: ID: 1790; ID: 680; ID: 803; The authors use Rothbart and Derryberry 1981 as their theoretical model - "that infant temperament involves variations in reactivity and regulation. Reactivity refers to an individual's somatic, endocrine, and autonomic reactio
Ref ID: 93882
 
Title: Continuities in emotion understanding from 3ΓÇô6 yrs
Authors: Brown,Jane R.;Dunn,Judy
Source: Child development, 1996, 67 :3 ,pg 789- 802
Subjects: Emotional Development Human Sex Differences Individual Differences Social Environments Childhood Development Longitudinal Studies Human sex & individual differences & social environment emotional development 2.8 yr olds 4 yr study
Additional Information: ID: 4626; OJ: Child Development: Abstracts & Bibliography; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); LR: 19960101 (PsycINFO) RX: 108 (on Apr 14, 2010)
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Title: Talk with your mother or your sibling? Developmental changes in early family conversations about feelings
Authors: Brown,Jane R.;Dunn,Judy
Source: Child development, 1992, 63 :2 ,pg 336- 349
Subjects: Childhood Development Emotions Mother Child Communication Sibling Relations Siblings Conversation Family Relations Interpersonal Communication Longitudinal Studies Mothers Human Female developmental changes in early family conversations about feelings mo
Additional Information: ID: 4631; OJ: Child Development: Abstracts & Bibliography; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 19920901 (PsycINFO) RX: 53 (on Apr
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Title: The relations among infant temperament, security of attachment, and behavioral inhibition at twenty-four months
Authors: Calkins,S. D.;Fox,N. A.
Source: Child Dev., 1992, 63 :6 ,pg 1456- 1472
Subjects: temperament & security of attachment & behavioral inhibition 2 day olds 24 mo study Attachment Behavior Personality Timidity Emotional Security Longitudinal Studies
Additional Information: ID: 1850; ID: 1032; ID: 209; 13100-001. First Author & Affiliation: Calkins, Susan D.; U Maryland, Inst for Child Study, College Park, US. Release Date: 19930401. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Attachment Behavior; Personality; Timidity. Minor Descriptor(s): Emotional Security; Longitudinal Studies. Classification: Psychosocial & Personality Development (2840). Population: Human (10). Age Group:Childhood (birth-12 yrs) (100); Neonatal (birth-1 mo) (120); Infancy (2-23 mo) (140); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs) (160);; ID: 44
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