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245 00 Handbook of environment in human development /|c[edited 
       by] Linda Mayes, Michael Lewis. 
260    Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
       |c©2012. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tThe Cambridge Handbook of Environment in Human 
       Development --|tTitle --|tNotes on Contributors --|tThe 
       Role of Environments in Development: An Introduction --
       |tModels of Development --|tTrait or Status Model --|tThe 
       Environmental Model --|tThe Interactional Model --|tTypes 
       of Environments --|t"Material" or Constructed Environments
       --|tStructure of the Chapters --|gPart I.|tTHE 
       "ENVIRONMENTAL" VARIABLE --|g1.|tProximal to Distal 
       Environments in Child Development: Theoretical, Structural,
       Methodological, and Empirical Considerations --
       |tIntroduction --|tChild-Environment Interactions 
505 00 |tRoles of ExperienceMeasurement of the Environment, 
       Phenomenology, and Development --|tBioecological Theory --
       |tThe Person --|tThe Proximal Environment of Child 
       Development --|tMicrosystem --|tDIRECT FAMILY EFFECTS -- 
       HERITABILITY --|tDIRECT FAMILY EFFECTS -- EXPERIENCES --
       |tINDIRECT FAMILY EFFECTS: EXPERIENCE --|tFAMILY EFFECTS: 
       SIBLINGS --|tEffects of the Natural and Designed 
       Environments --|tDistal Environments of Child Development 
       --|tMesosystem, Exosystem, and Macrosystem --|tPeers --
       |tDay Care --|tSocioeconomic Status --|tCulture --
       |tConclusions 
505 00 |g2.|tRisk and Adversity in Developmental Psychopathology:
       Progress and Future DirectionsRisk Factors and Cumulative 
       Risk Index --|tStressful Life Events and Adversity 
       Exposure --|tMethodological and Conceptual Issues --
       |tDefinitions and Assessment of Risk --|tLongitudinal 
       Analyses of Risk and Adversity Effects --|tSpecificity and
       the Unique Contribution of Different Risk and Adversity 
       Factors --|tInteraction Effects between Different Sources 
       of Risk and Adversity --|tEthical Issues --|tConclusion --
       |g3.|tMaternal Care as the Central Environmental Variable 
505 00 |g1.|tIntroduction: Mothers in Focus --|g2.|tMaternal Care
       --|g3.|tMother and Child Moving toward Independence --
       |tThe First Three months --|tFour to (about) Eight Months 
       --|tNine to Eighteen Months --|tBecoming a Conversational 
       Partner --|tSummary --|g4.|tThe Relation between Maternal 
       Care and Infant Development --|tThe Impact of Postnatal 
       Depression and Maternal Anxiety --|g5.|tMethodological 
       Considerations in the Measurement of Maternal Care --|g6.
       |tConcluding Remarks --|tNotes --|g4.|tNovel Assessment 
       Techniques Aimed at Identifying Proximal and Distal 
       Environmental Risk Factors for Children and Adolescents 
505 00 |tAssessment of Proximal Risk FactorsEcological Momentary 
       Assessment --|tUtility of EMA with School Aged Children --
       |tUse of EMA to Identify Environmental Risks for Infants -
       -|tMethodological Considerations Use of EMA to Identify 
       Environmental Risks for Infants --|tAssessment of Home 
       Environment --|tThe Home Observation for Measurement of 
       the Environment (HOME) --|tStructured Parent-Child 
       Interactions --|tDynamic Systems Approach to Assessing 
       Parent-Child Interactions --|tMethodological 
       Considerations for Observational Assessments --
       |tAssessment of Distal Risk Factors --|tSystematic Social 
       Observation 
505 00 |tGeographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology. 
520    This volume takes the child's environment (culture, 
       education, family, peers and media) as an essential 
       component of child development. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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650  0 Child development. 
650  0 Child psychology. 
650  0 Environmental psychology. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Mayes, Linda C. 
700 1  Lewis, Michael,|d1937 January 10- 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHandbook of environment in human 
       development.|dCambridge ; New York : Cambridge University 
       Press, ©2012|z9780521868822|w(DLC)  2012000796
       |w(OCoLC)769430064 
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