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Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: I. Introduction
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2   20
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6206; ID: 2011-15673-002; UR:
Ref ID: 94012
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: II. General methodology
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 21- 33
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6207; ID: 2011-15673-003; UR:
Ref ID: 94013
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: III. Individual studies
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 34- 104
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6208; ID: 2011-15673-004; UR:
Ref ID: 94014
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: IV. General discussion
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 105- 115
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6209; ID: 2011-15673-005; UR:
Ref ID: 94015
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: I. Introduction
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2   20
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6237; ID: 2011-15673-002; UR:
Ref ID: 94016
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: II. General methodology
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 21- 33
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6238; ID: 2011-15673-003; UR:
Ref ID: 94017
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: III. Individual studies
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 34- 104
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6239; ID: 2011-15673-004; UR:
Ref ID: 94018
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: IV. General discussion
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 105- 115
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6240; ID: 2011-15673-005; UR:
Ref ID: 94019
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: I. Introduction
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2   20
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6282; ID: 2011-15673-002; UR:
Ref ID: 94020
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: II. General methodology
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 21- 33
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6283; ID: 2011-15673-003; UR:
Ref ID: 94021
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: III. Individual studies
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 34- 104
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6284; ID: 2011-15673-004; UR:
Ref ID: 94022
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: IV. General discussion
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 105- 115
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6285; ID: 2011-15673-005; UR:
Ref ID: 94023
 
Title: Posting from Texas Child Care
Authors:
Source: Texas Child Care, 2010, 34 :1 ,pg 42-  
Subjects: Parenting Posters
Additional Information: ID: 583; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89913
 
Title: Pregnancy intentions during the transition to parenthood and links to coparenting for first-time fathers of infants
Authors: Bronte-Tinkew,Jacinta;Scott,Mindy E.;Horowitz,Allison;Lilja,Emily
Source: Parenting: Science and Practice, 2009, 9 :1-2   35
Subjects: Father Child Relations Intention Pregnancy Fathers Human Male Female US pregnancy intentions transition parenthood links coparenting first-time fathers infants Infant/Toddler Symptom Checklist Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale
Additional Information: ID: 5701; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Prospective Study; Interview; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Neonatal (birth-1 mo); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20100927
Ref ID: 93918
 
Title: Pregnancy intentions during the transition to parenthood and links to coparenting for first-time fathers of infants
Authors: Bronte-Tinkew,Jacinta;Scott,Mindy E.;Horowitz,Allison;Lilja,Emily
Source: Parenting: Science and Practice, 2009, 9 :1-2   35
Subjects: Father Child Relations Intention Pregnancy Fathers Human Male Female US pregnancy intentions transition parenthood links coparenting first-time fathers infants Infant/Toddler Symptom Checklist Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale
Additional Information: ID: 5787; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Prospective Study; Interview; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Neonatal (birth-1 mo); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20100927
Ref ID: 93919
 
Title: Infant temperament, parenting, and externalizing behavior in first grade: A test of the differential susceptibility hypothesis
Authors: Bradley,Robery H.;Corwyn,Robert F.
Source: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2008, 49 :2 ,pg 124- 131
Subjects: Externalization Infant Development Parenting Style Personality Behavior Problems Child Care Human Male Female US differential susceptibility hypothesis infant temperament parenting behavior problems in first grade externalizing behavior Infant-Toddler Hom
Additional Information: ID: 4746; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: The research reported in this manuscrip
Ref ID: 93873
 
Title: Infant temperament, parenting, and externalizing behavior in first grade: A test of the differential susceptibility hypothesis
Authors: Bradley,Robery H.;Corwyn,Robert F.
Source: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2008, 49 :2 ,pg 124- 131
Subjects: Externalization Infant Development Parenting Style Personality Behavior Problems Child Care Human Male Female US differential susceptibility hypothesis infant temperament parenting behavior problems in first grade externalizing behavior Infant-Toddler Hom
Additional Information: ID: 5604; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: The research reported in this manuscrip
Ref ID: 93874
 
Title: Infants' Attention and Responsiveness to Television Increases with Prior Exposure and Parental Interaction
Authors: Barr,Rachel;Zack,Elizabeth;Garcia,Amaya;Muentener,Paul
Source: Infancy, 2008, 13 :1 ,pg 30- 56
Subjects: Infants Interaction Program Content Multivariate Analysis Television Viewing Attention Span Parent Child Relationship Reaction Time Verbal Communication Parenting Styles Interpersonal Communication Parent Influence Social Influences Time
Additional Information: ID: 3587
Ref ID: 93711
 
Title: Texas parenting news: Learn more about parenting
Authors:
Source: Texas Child Care, 2008, 32 :2 ,pg Insert-  
Subjects: Parenting - Study and teaching
Additional Information: ID: 9359; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 44805
 
Title: Resident Fathers' Perceptions of Their Roles and Links to Involvement with Infants
Authors: Bronte-Tinkew,Jacinta;Carrano,Jennifer;Guzman,Lina
Source: Fathering, 2006, 4 :3 ,pg 254- 285
Subjects: Childrearing Practices Father Child Relations Fathers Involvement Parental Attitudes Demographic Characteristics Role Perception Human Male father-child involvement father role caregiving activities resident fathers parenting sociodemographic correlates
Additional Information: ID: 5798; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: Research for this project was made possible by the generous support of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) through Grant #R0
Ref ID: 93914
 
Title: Afterword: The big mystery
Authors: Hoggard,James
Source: Texas Observer, 2005, 97 :6 ,pg 29- 31
Subjects: Parenting
Additional Information: ID: 71; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47572
 
Title: Early infant crying as a behavioral state rather than a signal
Authors: Barr,Ronald G.
Source: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2004, 27 :4 ,pg 460- 460
Subjects: Caregivers Child Care Crying Infant Vocalization Parent Child Relations Adaptive Behavior Child Abuse Theory of Evolution Human infant crying parenting environment caregiving behavior signal functions parent infant relations evolutionary theory Shaken Bab
Additional Information: ID: 5634; FC: Print; LR: 20080303 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93712
 
Title: Changing brain activation needs determine early crying: A hypothesis
Authors: Blass,Elliot M.
Source: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2004, 27 :4 ,pg 460- 461
Subjects: Caregivers Child Care Crying Infant Vocalization Parent Child Relations Brain Development Brain Stimulation Theory of Evolution Human infant crying parenting environment caregiving behavior signal functions parent infant relations evolutionary theory brai
Additional Information: ID: 5635; FC: Print; LR: 20080303 (PsycINFO) RX: 1 (on Aug 01, 2010)
Ref ID: 93824
 
Title: Family Process Investments That Matter for Child Well-Being
Authors: Bradley,Robert H.;Corwyn,Robert F.
Source: , 2004, :   32
Subjects: Childhood Development Parental Investment Parenting Style Family Relations Family Structure Family Psychosocial Development Safety Stimulation Human parental investments child development sustenance socioemotional support structure surveillance
Additional Information: ID: 5763; TA: Psychology: Professional & Research; FC: Print; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Adolescence (13-17 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20050307 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93871
 
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
Ref ID: 94006
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