New Directions in Developmental Psychobiology

  • Bernice C. Glenyn Rachel P. Zini
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Developmental psychobiology is an interdisciplinary field, encompassing developmental psychology, biological psychology, neuroscience and many other areas of biology. The field covers all phases of organismic ontogeny, with particular emphasis on prenatal, perinatal and early childhood development. This book presents the latest research from around the world in this growing field.
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Preface; The Time Window Construct in Early Memory Development; New Directions in Understanding Individuals with Autism: Integrating Research on Perception, Cognition, and Action Coupling within an Ecological Perspective; Enduring Changes in Reward Mechanisms after Developmental Exposure to Cocaine; Can Voice Cues Facilitate Newborns' Recognition of Faces Shown in Different Poses?; The Development of Object Recognition Through Infancy; Gender as a Determinant of Emotional Expressions in Spontaneous Infant-father Interactions: An Exploratory Study; Nature vs. Nurture in Infant Sleep: A Longitudinal Italian Study in the First Two Months of Life; Cycloheximide Exposure Systemically at Gestational Day 15 or Centrally into the Ventral Hippocampus at Postnatal Day 7 Disrupts Anxiety-related Behavior in the Open Field; Exploratory Behavior in Toddlers: Do Sleep Characteristics Play a Role?; Cortisol Circadian Rhythms and Response to Stress in Early Human Development- New Directions in Studies of Social-emotional Regulation; Women Exposed to Childhood Maltreatment: Impact on Parenting, Emotional Well-being, and HPA Functioning; Index.
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Uitgavejaar 2009
ISBN 9781606926345
Verschijningsdatum 28 jul. 2009
Omvang 261
Auteur(s) Bernice C. Glenyn Rachel P. Zini
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Taal Engels

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