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Theory and Research in Behavioral Pediatrics : Volume 3 - H.E. Fitzgerald

Theory and Research in Behavioral Pediatrics

Volume 3

By: H.E. Fitzgerald (Editor), B.M. Lester (Editor), M.W. Yogman (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 31st December 1986
ISBN: 9780306423284
Number Of Pages: 238

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Volume 1 of Theory and Research in Belwvioral Pediatrics drew attention to issues related to the assessment of the preterm infant, to organizational processes in infant development, and to the systemic nature of caregiver-infant relationships. Vol- ume 2 continued the theme of systemic organization while ex- amining various contextual and ecological factors that affect development during infancy and childhood. Volume 3 con- tinues these themes. Interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary studies, cross-cul- tural comparisons, prospective longitudinal designs, and so- phisticated multivariate correlational models have encouraged developmentalists to formulate new conceptualizations of the dynamic relationships among those organismic, transactional, and ecological variables that regulate organizational processes. As a result, many traditional models of development have been discarded or, at minimum, have been markedly transformed. Similarly, many time-honored "facts" of development have been seriously challenged both theoretically and empirically. In Chapter 1, Philip R. Zelazo challenges traditional ap- proaches to infant developmental assessment. Zelazo goes a step beyond noting the poor predictive validity of infant devel- opmental examinations, by arguing that such examinations bias the evaluation of infants with handicapping conditions. The emphasis in standard developmental examinations on motor performance, receptive language, and behavioral compliance Vll Vlll PREFACE works against infants whose handicapping conditions involve neuromotor, attentional, or auditory dysfunctions. Zelazo's pro- posed alternative is to directly assess mental activity using cog- nitive-behavioral measures of mental competence derived from central processing models of schema formation.

1. An Information Processing Approach to Infant-Toddler Assessment and Intervention.- 2. Assessing the Family Environment of Young Children.- 3. Environmental Toxins and Infant Development.- 4. Nutrition and Social Behavior.- 5. Depression in Childhood and Adolescence.- Author Index.

ISBN: 9780306423284
ISBN-10: 0306423286
Series: Theory and Research in Behavioral Pediatrics : Book 3
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 238
Published: 31st December 1986
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.54

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