WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health. Infant Mental Health in Groups at High Risk. Volume 4

  • ID: 2211683
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  • 618 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Keynote: This 4–volume set offers comprehensive coverage of children′s psychological development during the critical early years of life. Infancy––which is defined as the period from birth to 18 months of age––is the single most critical stage in cognitive and socioemotional development. The comprehensive WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health offers the first thorough interdisciplinary analysis of the biopsychosocial factors that impact normal and abnormal infant mental development. Assembled under the auspices of the leading international organization in infant development––the World Association of Infant Mental Health––this ground–breaking four–volume reference offers a state–of–the–art overview of the field by the world′s leading researchers, clinicians, and scholars.
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Foreword xiiiYvon Gauthier

Preface xviiJoy D. Osofsky and Hiram E. Fitzgerald

1 Ecological Perspectives on Developmental Risk 1

2 Remembering, Repeating, and Working Through: Lessons From Attachment–Based Interventions 35Byron Egeland, Nancy S. Weinfield, Michelle Bosquet, and Valerie K. Cheng

3 Attachment Disorders of Infancy 91Charles H. Zeanah, Neil W. Boris, Sudha Bakshi, and Alicia F. Lieberman

4 Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure to Parental Alcohol Use and Abuse 123Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Leon I Puttler, Eun Young Mun, and Robert A. Zucker

5 Infants and Violence: Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment 161Joy D. Osofsky

6 Infant Mental Health Perspectives on Peer Play Psychotherapy for Symptomatic, At–Risk, and Disordered Young Children 197Rebecca Shahmoon–Shanok

7 Child Maltreatment in the Early Years of Life 255Dante Cicchetti and Sheree L. Toth

8 Preterm Infants Benefit From Early Interventions 295Maria Hernandez–Reif and Tiffany Field

9 Perinatal Loss: Parental Grieving, Family Impact, and Intervention Services 327Robert J. Harmon, Nancy S. Plummer, and Karen A. Frankel

10 Adolescent Mothers and Their Children 369Tom Luster and Holly Brophy–Herb

11 Persistent Crying, Parenting, and Infant Mental Health 415Mechthild Papousek

12 Infant Depression and Withdrawal: Clinical Assessment 455Antoine Guedeney

13 Infant Mental Health and Social Policy 485Emily Fenichel

14 An Attachment Theory Perspective on Early Influences on Development and Social Inequalities in Health 521Peter Fonagy and Anna Higgitt

Author Index 579

Subject Index 597

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