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Author: Stanley I. Greenspan
ISBN: 0823626458
Pages: 608 pages
Publisher: Intl Universities Pr Inc (April 1, 1987)
Language: English
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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by Stanley I. Greenspan



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Stanley Greenspan and his associates in the Clinical Infant Development Program, between 1977 and 1983 conducted a study of infants in 47 multirisk, severely disturbed families, a monumental task. Comprehensive infant and family studies began in each instance while the infant was still in utero. The approach views the infant in a context that includes not only his or her own multiple lines of development, but also mother, father, other family members and relevant social structures

Clinical Infants Reports Series.

Clinical Infants Reports Series. Greenspan, Stanley . E. And Others. Work conducted by the Clinical Infant Development Program (CIDP) of the National Institute of Mental Health, involving 47 multirisk families and their infants over a period of several years, is described. Part I contains four detailed case studies by Delise Williams, Euthymia Hibbs, Serena Wieder and others, providing data for comprehensive clinical preventive approaches for infants and their families.

1987) Infants in multirisk families: case studies in preventive intervention

1987) Infants in multirisk families: case studies in preventive intervention. International Universities Press. Beginning in 1975, however, Stanley I. Greenspan and his colleagues in the Clinical Infant Development Program of the National Institute of Mental Health undertook to discover: (1) how psychopathology develops, and in what patterns and configurations, in infants from multirisk families; (2) how the adaptive and maladaptive caregiving patterns observed in these families affect the infants' development; (3) what ideal combinations of clinical.

Infantsin Multirisk Families: Case Studies in Preventive Intervention (Clinical Infant Reports). Series of the National Center for Clinical Infant Programs. By Stanley Greenspan, . Alicia Lieberman, P. Reginald Lourie, . and Mary Robinson, . d.

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Infants in Multirisk Families. Infancy and Early Childhood: The Practice of Clinical Assessment and Intervention with Emotional and Developmental Challenges. Madison, CT: International Universities Press. Playground Politics: The Emotional Development of your School-Aged Child with Jacqui Salmon.

Infant-Parent Intervention with Recent Immigrants: Reflections on a Study . In: Greenspan SI, Wieder S, eds. Infants in multirisk families: Case studies in preventive intervention.

Infant-Parent Intervention with Recent Immigrants: Reflections on a Study with Latino Families. Zero to Three: Bulletin of the National Center for Clinical Infant Programs. Clinical infant reports series of the National Center for Clinical Infant Programs, No. Madison, CT, US: International Universities Press, 1987. 2. Lieberman, AF. The emotional life of the toddler. 39-79. Madison: International Universities Press, Inc, 1987. 9. Lieberman, AF, and Pawl JH.

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