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Attachment Security: The Role of Infant, Maternal, and Contextual Factors
Research addressing the antecedents of attachment security has traditionally focused on maternal sensitivity, but it has become increasingly clear that attachment security is multiply determined, with infant, maternal, and ...
Temperament and behavioral difficulties across cultures: A comparison between German and U.S. toddlers
Research on temperament and the development of behavioral problems across cultures often focuses on comparisons of vastly different countries, such as North American and Asian countries. The present study compares toddler ...
Temperament in Young Children with Fragile X Syndrome
Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) is an x-linked, genetic disorder that represents the most common hereditary cause of mental retardation. While the literature suggests that there are very specific behavioral features associated ...
Knowing Your Baby Matters: The Impact of Temperament Guidance Materials for Parents
Past temperament guidance programs have been successfully utilized to improve caregiver understanding of temperament, foster responsivity in parent-child interactions, and teach strategies for appropriately responding to ...