Theory and Research in Behavioral Pediatrics / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer US
This volume posits two theories of behavioral pediatrics: that scientific and clinical study of organismenvironment transactions requires investigators to alter recognize the importance of systemic models over mechanistic models; and that attention must be given to environmental contexts of development, and to the events in the environment that trigger and regulate the organization, development, and expression of human behavior.
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Table of Contents
Maternal Cocaine Use: Neonatal Outcome (I.J. chasnoff et al.). Psychosocial Influences in the Etiology, Diagnosis, and Prognosis of Nonorganic FailuretoThrive (D. Drotar et al.). A Developmental Approach to Understanding and Controlling Violence (F. Earls). The Role of the School in Prosocial Development (V. Battistich et al.). The Human Infant in Studies of Lateralization of Function: An Historical Perspective (L.J. Harris). Organization of Lateralized Behavior during Infancy (H.E. Fitzgerald et al.). Clinical Application of Asymmetrical Behavioral Communication in ParentInfant Interaction (P. de Chateau). Author Index. Subject Index.