The Infant and Family in the Twenty-First Century

The Infant and Family in the Twenty-First Century

Hardback The Mentor Series (Iacapap).

Edited by Joao Gomes-Pedro, Edited by J. Kevin Nugent, Edited by J. Gerald Young, Edited by T. Berry Brazelton

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  • Publisher: BRUNNER-ROUTLEDGE
  • Format: Hardback | 360 pages
  • Dimensions: 173mm x 220mm x 29mm | 676g
  • Publication date: 31 October 2002
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0415933919
  • ISBN 13: 9780415933919
  • Edition statement: New.

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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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"A high-quality compendium of information from notable experts in the field of mental health, this collection of scholarly and creative writings warrants attention from serious students of infant, child, and family mental health. There is a wealth of current, well-formulated and tightly-organized information in this first volume that sets a gold standard for future volumes."-Renee Mehlinger, M.Ed., M.D., Rush-Presbyterian, St. Luke's Medical Center

Table of contents

Series Introduction Preface and Dedication Introduction PART I. THE FAMILY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Chapter 1. The Child in the Twenty-First Century, Joao Gomes-Pedro Chapter 2. Strengths and Stresses in Today's Families: Looking Toward the Future, T. Berry Brazelton Chapter 3. On Becoming a Family: Bonding and the Changing Patterns in Baby and Family Behavior, John H. Kennell Chapter 4. Preparing a World for the Infant in the Twenty-First Century: The Research Challenge, Urie Bronfenbrenner PART II. NEW DIRECTIONS IN INFANCY RESEARCH Chapter 5. Early Experience and Behavior in the Infant of the Twenty-First Century, Lewis P. Lipsitt Chapter 6. The Fetus, the Newborn and the Mother's Voice, William P. Fifer Chapter 7. The Cultural Context of Child Development: Implications for Research and Practice in the Twenty-First Century, J. Kevin Nugent PART III. THE ONTOGENY OF THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP Chapter 8. Parent-Infant Speech Patterns, Hanus Papousek and Mechthild Papousek Chapter 9. The Ontogeny of the Baby's Interactions over the First Year, Hubert Montagner Chapter 10. Promoting Awareness of the Infant's Behavioral Patterns: Elements of Anticipatory Guidance for Parents, Kathryn E. Barnard and Georgina A. Sumner PART IV. INTERVENTION PRIORITIES FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Chapter 11. Total Population Pediatrics for the Child of the Twenty-First Century, Aiden MacFarlane Chapter 12. Child Development: Old Themes and New Directions, Sheila Greene Chapter 13. The Educare of Children in the Twenty-First Centry, Bettye Caldwell PART V. CULTURE, FAMILY AND INFANT IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: CONVERGING CLINICAL SCIENCE AND NEUROSCIENCE VIEWS OF DEVELOPING ADAPTIVE MECHANISMS Chapter 14. Neural Mechanisms: Underlying Parent-Facilitated Adaptation in Infancy, J. Gerald Young Chapter 15. The Cradle of Adaptation: Models Describing the Experience-Responsive Development of Neural Structure and Adaptive Capacities in Infancy and Early Childhood, J. Gerald Young Chapter 16. The Infant and Family in a New Century: Integrating Clinical and Neuroscience Perspectives, J. Gerald Young, Joao Gomes-Pedro, J. Kevin Nugent and T. Berry Brazelton Author Index Subject Index