Models of Achievement: Reflections of Eminent Women in Psychology - Vol. 3

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Horowitz, E D. (1985). Making models of development. Washington, DC: Zero to Three.

Horowitz, E D. (1987a). Exploring developmental theories: Toward a structural/behavioral model of development. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Horowitz, E D. (1987b). Targeting infant stimulation efforts: Theoretical challenges for research and intervention. In N. Gunzenhauser (Ed.), Infant stimulation, Pediatric Roundtable 13 (pp. 97–108). Skillman, NJ: Johnson & Johnson Baby Products Co.

Horowitz, E D. (1990). Developmental models of individual differences. In J. Colombo and J. Fagan (Eds.), Individual differences in infancy: Reliability, stability and prediction (pp. 3–18). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Horowitz, E D. (1992) The concept of risk: A reevaluation. In S. L. Friedman and M. D. Sigman (Eds.), The psychological development of low birthweight children (pp. 61–88). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corp.

Horowitz, E D. (1993). Bridging the gap between nature and nurture: A conceptually flawed issue and the need for a comprehensive new environmentalism. In R. Plomin and G. E. McClearn (Eds.), Nature, nurture and psychology (pp. 341–353). Washington, DC: APA Books.

Horowitz, E D. (1996). Facts, truth and social responsibility: Reflections of a developmental scientist. In Strozier, C. B. and Flynn, M. (Eds.), Trauma and the self (pp. 81–94). Savage, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Horowitz, F. D. (2000). Child Development&the PITS: Simple questions, complex answers and developmental theory. Child Development, 70, 1.


Colombo, J., Mitchell, D. W, O'Brien, M., &Horowitz, E D. (1987). The stability of visual habituation during the first year of life. Child Development, 58, 474–487.

Horowitz, E D. (Ed.) (1974). Visual attention, auditory stimulation and language discrimination in young Infants. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 39, 5–6.

Horowitz, E D., &Linn, L. R (1984). Recent NBAS research -The use of the scale in research. In T. B Brazelton, Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (pp. 97–104). Clinics in Developmental Medicine. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott.

Horowitz, E D., &O'Brien, M. (Eds.). (1985). The gifted and the talented: Developmental perspectives. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Horowitz, E D., &O'Brien, M. (1986). Developmental determinants and child health behavior: Research priorities. In N. Krasnegor, M. Cataldo, &J. D. Aresteh (Eds.), Child health behavior: A behavioral pediatrics perspective. New York: Wiley.

Horowitz, E D. (1988). A Jewish woman in academic America. In S. Brehm (Ed.), Seeing female: Reflections by women scholars (pp. 53–65). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.


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