Frontiers of Infant Psychiatry - Vol. 2

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NAME INDEX
Abe, K., 64
Abelin, E. L., 102, 339, 354, 377
Abelson, R. P., 41
Abraham, K., 152, 435
Achenbach, T., 219-24
Acsádi, G., 285
Adams, J. L., 392
Adamsons, K., 184
Ahrens, R., 286
Ainsworth, M. D. S., 19, 102, 104, 122, 133, 134, 162-63, 166, 287, 289, 344-47, 351, 364, 422, 499
Ajuriaguerra, J. de, 326
Albon, S. D., 289
Alexander, R. D., 284, 289
Alfasi, G., 198
Allen, W., 113
Als, H., 40, 191, 202, 211-23, 267n, 269, 270, 274, 419, 425, 507
Altmann, J., 288-90
Amato, J. C., 183, 184
Amatruda, C. S., 318
Amiel-Tilson, C., 185
Amsterdam, B. K., 39, 105-7, 341
Anders, T. F., xxix, 16, 55-70, 73
Anderson, C. W., 352, 353
Anthi, P. R., 78
Anthony, E. J., xxxiii-xxxv, 152, 199, 259-66, 341, 423, 472
Arend, R., 43, 347
Arnold, M., 42n
Ashby, W. R., 65, 138
Ashmead, C. H., 95
Ashmead, D. H., 88
Ashton, R., 65
Atlas, P., 47
Aylward, G. P., 148
Ayonrinde, A., 428
Bak, R. C., 435
Bakeman, R., 146, 238
Balow, B., 211
Barahal, R. M., 351
Barchilon, José, 103n
Bardura, A., 50
Barglow, P., 300-306
Barnard, K., 202, 214
Barnett, C. R., 202, 238, 386
Barracco, M., 455-65
Bartak, L., 408
Barthes, R., 127
Bates, E., 12, 43
Bateson, G., 506, 519, 520
Bateson, P., 314
Baumrind, D. M., 288
Bayley, N., 121, 193, 205, 208, 215, 223, 230, 305, 416, 467, 473, 497
Beck, A. T., 83, 226
Beck, R., 226
Becker, J. N. T., 352-53
Beckwith, L., 146, 219, 371
Beebe, B., 11, 415, 418, 422, 507
Behrens, M. L., 413
Bell, R. Q., 60, 262, 305
Belsky, J., 133, 345, 386, 496
Bem, S. L., 387-89
Bender, L., 404, 423
Benedek, T., 249, 381
Benfield, D. G., 385, 393
Benjamin, J. D., 19, 72, 502
Benjamin, P., 397n
Bennett, E. L., 84
Beres, D., 31, 496
Berg, G. M., 402
Bergman, A., 260, 423
Bernal, J., 285
Bertalanffy, L. von, 138
Bettelheim, B., 325, 397
Bibring, G. L., 149, 240, 249, 271, 295, 373
Bick, E., 116
Biller, H. B., 345, 356, 357, 381, 386, 388, 392
Bion, W. R., 46n
Birdwhistell, R. L., 506
Black, R., 226
Blake, W., 381
Blanchard, M., 351
Blanchard, R. W., 357
Blehar, M. C., 349, 351
Bleier, M. R., 104
Bleuler, M., 429
Block, J., 43
Block, J. H., 357
Bloom, L., 12, 20
Blurton Jones, N., 285
Bonney, W., 184
Bornstein, M. H., 60, 280, 282
Borton, R., 9, 60, 61
Bower, G. H., 51, 100
Bower, T. G. R., 9, 12, 88, 269, 415
Bowes, W., 89
Bowlby, J., 42, 63, 102, 104, 106, 121, 122, 132, 133, 136, 152, 160-63, 175, 268, 271, 272, 276, 278, 285, 287, 288, 324, 345, 349, 364, 381, 422, 499
Boyle, M. P., 190-200
Brachfeld, S., 60
Brackbill, Y., 89
Bradley, R. H., 372, 473
Brazelton, T. B., 16, 40, 74, 79, 103, 121, 122, 154, 162, 174, 191, 193, 202, 214-15, 219, 261, 263, 267-75, 300, 326, 328, 364, 366, 381, 415, 419, 425, 473, 505
Brennan, J., 201-10
Brenner, J., 104
Brenot, J.-L., 176-80
Brenot, M., 176-80
Bretherton, I., 12, 43
Bricker, D. A., 368
Bricker, W. A., 368
Bridges, K. M. B., 44
Britton, S. B., 145
Brockington, I. F., 383
Bronfenbrenner, U., 353
Bronson, S., 379
Bronwich, R. M., 219
Brookhart, J., 351
Brooks-Gunn, J., 39, 104-6
Broussard, E. R., 227-28, 522-30
Brown, E., 211
Brown, G. W., 295
Brown, H., 302
Brown, J. V., 146, 238
Brudal, L. F., 381-84
Bruner, J. S., 12, 18, 23, 327
Brunquell, D., 166, 169
Buffet, Y., 540-55
Burlingham, D. T., 104, 116, 132, 133, 152, 340, 424, 496
Burns, 214
Bush, F., 19
Butterworth, C., 40
Byrne, 66
Caldwell, B. M., 350, 372, 473, 496
Calhoun, K., 352
Call, J. D., xxv, 15-29, 78, 82, 112n, 123, 124, 416, 449, 488, 502
Callender, W., 349
Campbell, B. K., 122, 504
Campos, J., 38, 42, 52, 422
Cantwell, D., 404, 413
Capers, O., 441-46
Caplan, G., 202, 304
Caputo, D. V., 201
Carey, W. B., 193, 205, 208
Caritis, S. N., 182
Carpenter, G. C., 60, 272, 415
Caruth, E., 20
Casadebaid, F., 538
Cassidy, Jude, 132-36
Cath, S., 295, 354, 381
Cattell, A. M., 121
Cervantes Saavedra, M. de, 113-14, 117-18
Cesarec, Z., 318

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