Infant Development: Ecological Perspectives

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Pathways to Developmental Outcomes in Preterm Infants 1
  • References 25
  • Infant Attention and the Development of Cognition 33
  • References 56
  • Nutrition 61
  • References 78
  • Ecological Influences on Mother-Infant Relationships 81
  • References 108
  • Understanding the Caregiving Practices of Adolescent Mothers 115
  • References 137
  • Daycare and Maternal Employment in the 21st Century 143
  • References 161
  • Infants’ Characteristics and Behaviors Help Shape Their Environments 165
  • References 186
  • Widening the Lens 193
  • References 217
  • Origins of Addictive Behavior 221
  • References 243
  • The Effects of Exposure to Violence on Infants 253
  • References 269
  • Early Childhood Interventions 273
  • References 290
  • Relationships at Risk 295
  • References 313
  • Subject Index 326
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