9780415933919

The Infant and Family in the Twenty-First Century

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415933919

  • ISBN10:

    0415933919

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-09-20
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

This book addresses the most significant and recent issues of infant and child psychiatry, examining topics from clinical care and research perspectives as well as from the perspectives of policies and programs. The first book in the Mentor Series of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions, it is written and edited by the foremost authorities in the field. Presented with clarity in a thorough and well-organized fashion to professionals caring for children across the world, this book refines the most significant current knowledge concerning infants to aid infants and families from the immediate care giving of a mother to the policy decisions concerning children by a government.

Table of Contents

Series Introduction ix
Preface and Dedication xi
Introduction xv
PART I. THE FAMILY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
The Child in the Twenty-First Century
3(20)
Joao Gomes-Pedro
Strengths and Stresses in Today's Families: Looking Toward the Future
23(8)
T. Berry Brazelton
On Becoming a Family: Bonding and the Changing Patterns in Baby and Family Behavior
31(14)
John H. Kennell
Preparing a World for the Infant in the Twenty-First Century: The Research Challenge
45(10)
Urie Bronfenbrenner
PART II. NEW DIRECTIONS IN INFANCY RESEARCH
Early Experience and Behavior in the Baby of the Twenty-First Century
55(24)
Lewis P. Lipsitt
The Fetus, the Newborn, and the Mother's Voice
79(8)
William P. Fifer
The Cultural Context of Child Development: Implications for Research and Practice in the Twenty-First Century
87(14)
J. Kevin Nugent
PART III. THE ONTOGENY OF THE PARENT--CHILD RELATIONSHIP
Parent-Infant Speech Patterns
101(8)
Hanus Papousek
Mechthild Papousek
The Onto en of the Baby's Interactions over the First Year
109(30)
Hubert Montagner
Promoting Awareness of the Infant's Behavioral Patterns: Elements of Anticipatory Guidance for Parents
139(22)
Kathryn F. Barnard
Georgina A. Summer
PART IV. INTERVENTION PRIORITIES FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Total Population Pediatrics for the Child of the Twenty-First Century
161(12)
Aiden Macfarlane
Child Development: Old Themes and New Directions
173(16)
Sheila Greene
The Educare of Children in the Twenty-First Century
189(14)
Bettye Caldwell
PART V. CULTURE, FAMILY, AND INFANT IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: CONVERGING CLINICAL SCIENCE AND NEUROSCIENCE VIEWS OF DEVELOPING ADAPTIVE MECHANISMS
Neural Mechanisms Underlying Parent-Facilitated Adaptation in Infancy
203(66)
J. Gerald Young
The Cradle of Adaptation: Models Describing the Experience-Responsive Development of Neural Structure and Adaptive Capacities in Infancy and Early Childhood
269(30)
J. Gerald Young
The Infant and Family in a New Century: Integrating Clinical and Neuroscience Perspectives
299(32)
J. Gerald Young
Joao Gomes-Pedro
J. Kevin Nugent
T. Berry Brazelton
Author Index 331(4)
Subject Index 335

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