The Psychological Development of Low Birthweight Children

The Psychological Development of Low Birthweight Children

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780893918552
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/01/1992
Series: Advances in Applied Developmental Psychology Series , #6
Pages: 218
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.13(d)

Table of Contents

PART I. INTRODUCTION

Introduction, Irving E. Sigel

Past, Present, and Future Directions in Research on the Development of Low-Birthweight Children, Sarah L. Friedman and Marian D. Sigman

PART II. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL, MEDICAL, AND THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS

The Epidemiology of Low Birthweight, Joel C. Kleinman

Advances in Neonatal Intensive Care Technology and Their Possible Impact on the Development of Low-Birthweight Infants, Marie C. McCormick

The Concept of Risk: A Reevaluation, Frances Degen Horowitz

PART III. SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Very-Low-Birthweight Newborns and Parents as Early Social Partners, Carol O. Eckerman and Jerri M. Oehler

The Development and Social Competence of a Preterm Sample at Age 4: Predictors and Transactional Outcomes, Mark T. Greenberg, Heather Carmichael-Olson, and Keith Crnic

The Social and Emotional Development of Low-Birthweight Infants and Their Families Up to Age 4, Klaus Minde

Emotional and Behavioral Development of Low Birthweight Infants, Stephen L. Buka, Lewis P. Lipsitt, and Ming T. Tsuang

School Age Follow-up of the Development of Preterm Infants: Infants and Family Predictors, Diane Magyary, Patricia A. Brandt, Mary Hammond, and Kathryn Barnard

Behavior Problems and Social Competence During Early Adolescence in Children Born Preterm, Sarale E. Cohen, Arthur H. Parmelee, Leila Beckwith, and Marian D. Sigman

PART IV. INTELLECTUAL AND ACADEMIC COMPETENCE

Prematurity as Well as Intraventricular Hemorrhage Influence Developmental Outcome at 5 Years, Anita Miller Sostek

Predicting Future Cognitive, Academic, and Behavioral Outcomes for Very-Low-Birthweight Infants, Valerie E. Barsky and Linda S. Siegel

The Prediction of Cognitive Abilities at Age 8 and 12 Years of Age from Neonatal Assessments of Preterm Infants, Marian D. Sigman, Sarale E.

Cohen, Leila Beckwith, Robert Asarnow, and Arthur H. Parmelee

Further Investigations of Intellectual Status at Age 8 Years: I. Long-Term Consequences into Adulthood. II

Neonatal Predictors, Jane V. Hunt, William H. Tooley, and Bruce A. B. Cooper

PART V. INTERVENTIONS AND THEIR EFFECTS

Individualized, Family-Focused Developmental Care for the Very-Low-Birthweight Preterm Infant in the NICU, Heidelise Als

Evaluating Effects of Intervention with Parents of Preterm Infants, Leila Beckwith and Carol Rodning

Efficacy of Comprehensive Early Intervention for Low-Birthweight Premature Infants and Their Families: The Infant Health and Development Program, Ruth T. Gross, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Donna Spiker

An Interactionist Perspective on Interventions with Low-Birthweight Infants, Virginia A. Rauh and John Brennan

Author Index

Subject Index

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