Emotional Development in Atypical Children

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account a mother's feelings about herself and the child, and to study how these feelings affect her interaction with her child.


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Brooks-Gunn J., & Lewis M. ( 1982). "Affective exchanges between normal and handicapped infants and their mothers". In T. Field & A. Fogel (Eds.), Emotion and early interaction (pp. 161-188). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

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Field T. ( 1980). "Interactions of prcterm and term infants with their lower- and middle-class teenage and adult mothers". In T. Field, S. Goldberg, D. Stern, & A. Sostek (Eds.), "High-risk infants and children: Adult and peer interactions" (pp . 113-132). New York: Academic Press

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Fraiberg S. ( 1975). "Intervention in infancy: A program for blind infants". In B. Z. Friedlander , G. M. Sterritt, & G. E. Kirk (Eds.), Exceptional infant. Assessment and intervention (Vol. 3, pp. 40-61). New York: Brunner/Mazel

Freedle R., & Lewis M. ( 1972). Individual differences in play behavior: A mathematical analysis. In F. J. Monks, W. W. Hartup, & J. DeWit (Eds.), Determinants of behavioral development (pp. 461-465). New York: Academic Press

Freedle R., & Lewis M. ( 1977). Prelinguistic conversations. In M. Lewis & L Rosenblum (Eds.), Interaction, conversation, and the development of language: The origins of behavior (Vol. 5, pp. 157-185). New York: Wiley

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Leifer J., & Lewis M. ( 1983). "Maternal speech to normal and handicapped children: A look at question-asking behavior". Infant Behavior and Development, 6, 175-187

Lewis M. ( 1972). "State as an infant-environment interaction: An analysis of mother-infant interaction as a function of sex". Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 18, 95-121

Lewis M. ( 1978). Situational analysis and the study of behavioral development. In L. Pervin & M. Lewis (Eds. .), Perspectives in interactional psychology (pp. 49-66) New York: Plenum.

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