Handbook of infant mental health / edited by Charles H. Zeanah, Jr.
- New York : Guilford Press, 2005.
- 2nd ed., pbk ed.
- Physical Description:
- xvii, 588 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Zeanah, Charles H.
- Sect. I. Context of infant mental health -- Ch. 1. Models of development and developmental risk -- Ch. 2. The psychology and psychopathology of pregnancy: reorganization and transformation -- Ch. 3. Neurobiology of fetal and infant development: implications for infant mental health -- Ch. 4. Infant social and emotional development in family context -- Ch. 5. The cultural context of infant mental health: the developmental niche of infant-caregiver relationships -- Sect. II. Risk and protective factors -- Ch. 6. The impact of poverty on the mental health and development of very young children, Ch. 7. Early parenthood in context: implications for development and intervention -- Ch. 8. Parental mental illness and infant development -- Ch. 9. Maternal substance abuse and child outcome -- Ch. 10. Prematurity and serious medical conditions in infancy: implications for development, behavior, and intervention -- Ch. 11. Exposure to violence and early childhood trauma -- Sect. III. Assessment -- Ch. 12. Clinical interviews with families of infants -- Ch. 13. Infant-parent relationship assessment -- Ch. 14. Development assessment of infants and toddlers, Ch. 15. The observation and assessment of young children including use of the infant-toddler mental status exam -- Sect. IV. Psychopathology -- Ch. 16. Mental retardation -- Ch. 17. Communication problems -- Ch. 18. Autism and the pervasive developmental disorders -- Ch. 19. Regulatory disorders -- Ch. 20. Sleep disorders -- Ch. 21. Feeding disorders, failure to thrive, and obesity -- Ch. 22. Disturbances and disorders of attachment in early childhood -- Ch. 23. Posttraumatic stress disorder -- Ch. 24. Depression -- Ch. 25. Aggressive behavior disorders, Ch. 26. Gender identity disorder -- Ch. 27. Somatic expression of disease -- Sect. V. Intervention -- Ch. 28. Prevention science and prevention programs -- Ch. 29. Parent-child relationships in early intervention with infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families -- Ch. 30. Infant-parent psychotherapy: core concepts and current approaches -- Ch. 31. Interaction guidance: an approach for difficult-to-engage families -- Ch. 32. Infant massage therapy -- Sect. VI. Applications of infant mental health -- Ch. 33. Early childhood policy: implications for infant mental health, and Ch. 34. Child care in infancy: a transactional perspective -- Ch. 35. Divorce and custody: development implications -- Ch. 36. Training in infant mental health.
- 1593851715 (pbk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
- Source of Acquisition:
- York copy: Purchased with funds from the Paterno Libraries Endowment Fund; 20045.
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