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Research and Practice in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
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Research and Practice in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
von: Cory Shulman
Springer-Verlag, 2016
ISBN: 9783319311814
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Preface 6  
  Contents 10  
  Chapter 1: Conceptualization of the Field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 15  
     Introduction 15  
     History 16  
        Beginning Steps 16  
        Formulation of Core Concepts 17  
        Attachment Becomes One of the Central Constructs 18  
        Mindfulness and Reflective Thinking 20  
     Defining Infant Mental Health 21  
        Defining Organizations in Europe and the United States 22  
        The Role of Emotions in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 22  
        Early Mental Health and Later Development 23  
     Theoretical Models of Infant Mental Health 24  
        Normative Theories of Development and Infant Mental Health 25  
        The Effect of the Quality of Early Experiences 25  
     Development in the Earliest Years 26  
        Developmental Change 27  
        Implications of Early Development for Later Development 28  
        The Developing Sense of Self 29  
     References 30  
  Chapter 2: Social and Emotional Development in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 37  
     Introduction 37  
     Conceptualizing Early Development 38  
     Brain and Behavior in Early Development 40  
        Cognitive Development 40  
        Developmental Tasks: Reciprocal Connections 42  
     Developmental Context of Social and Emotional Functioning in the Early Years 43  
        Bonding 43  
     Research Paradigms 44  
     Individual Differences in Emotional Development 45  
        Temperament 45  
        Developmental Stages and Social and Emotional Growth 48  
        The Underpinnings of Theory of Mind 49  
        Foundation for the Concern for Others 50  
     Issues of Concern 51  
     References 52  
  Chapter 3: Social and Cultural Contexts in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 57  
     Introduction 57  
     Understanding Social Behavior in the Early Years 58  
        Conducting Research into Socialization of Young Children 59  
        Changes at the End of the First Year in Gaze Behavior 61  
     Infant Socialization in the Home Culture 62  
        Implicit and Explicit Socialization 63  
     Parenting 65  
        Parental Awareness 65  
        Parenting Styles 66  
     Research Methodology in Cross-Cultural Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 68  
        Research Strategies and Instruments 68  
        The Culturally Determined ``Ideal Child´´ 69  
        Cultural Differences in Childrearing 70  
        Cultural Differences in Attachment Behavior 72  
        Risk Factors Perceived Through a Cultural Lens 74  
     References 75  
  Chapter 4: The Nature-Versus-Nurture Controversy and Its Implications for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 80  
     Introduction 80  
     History of the Nature Versus Nurture Controversy 81  
     Individual Differences in Infancy and Early Childhood and Behavioral Genetics 82  
        Research Methods for Studying Behavioral Genetics 83  
        Findings from Behavioral Genetics Research 84  
        Intervention Strategies Based on Behavioral Genetics 85  
     Gene-Environment Interplay 85  
     General Models of the Nature-Nurture Controversy 88  
     References 89  
  Chapter 5: Risk Factors in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 93  
     Introduction 93  
     The Conceptualization of Risk 94  
     Identifying Risk Factors 96  
        Longitudinal Research 96  
        Changes in Familiar Situations as a Risk Factor 97  
        Parental Characteristics and Risk 98  
     Research Methodologies for Studying Risk 99  
        Employing Statistical Models to Explain Risk 101  
     Environmental Risk Factors in Infancy: Poverty 102  
     Parental Risk Factors: Depression 105  
     Child Risk Factors: Prematurity 106  
     Risk Factors for Early Infant and Child Mental Health in Developing Countries 108  
     References 109  
  Chapter 6: The Relational Context of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 113  
     Relationships as a Bridge Between Theory and Intervention 113  
     The Relational Imperative in Infant Mental Health 114  
        Zero-to-Three Diagnostic System 115  
        Emotional Availability 117  
     Parenting Across Cultures 120  
     Attachment 123  
     Interrelational Context 124  
        Child Characteristics in the Relational Context 124  
        Jealousy 124  
        Social Cognition in Infants 126  
     Attunement 129  
     References 130  
  Chapter 7: Resilience in Children and Families 136  
     Introduction 136  
     Resilience Models 137  
     Risk and Resilience in a Relational Context 139  
     Family and Community Resilience 140  
     Research in Resilience 142  
        Longitudinal Resilience Research Designs 143  
        Longitudinal Resilience Research Statistics 144  
        Longitudinal Resilience Research Models 146  
        Applications of Resilience Research 148  
     Implications for Intervention 149  
     References 151  
  Chapter 8: Theoretical Bases of Intervention in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 156  
     Introduction 156  
     Psychodynamic Theory 157  
     Attachment-Based Theory 159  
     Developmental Theories of Infant Mental Health 161  
        Sameroff: Transactional Model 161  
        Greenspan: Developmental, Individual-Differences, Relationship-Based Model (DIR) 163  
        Bagnato: Convergent Model 164  
        Als: Synactive Theory of Development 164  
        Ayres: Sensory Integration Theory of Development 165  
        Brazelton: TouchpointsModel 166  
        Guralnick: Multidisciplinary Collaborative Team WorkModel 167  
     References 167  
  Chapter 9: A Survey of Evidence-Based Interventions in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 170  
     Introduction 170  
     Research Methodology and Designs Which Assess Intervention Effectiveness 172  
     Evidence-Based Practice 173  
     Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP: Lieberman and Van Horn) 175  
     Incredible Years (IY: Webster-Stratton, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006) 178  
     Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT: Eyberg) 181  
     Interaction Guidance (IG: Susan C. McDonough, 2000, 2004) 182  
     Home Visiting Intervention 185  
     References 186  
  Chapter 10: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 191  
     Introduction 191  
     Issues to be Considered in Mental Health Consultation in Early Childhood 192  
     The Consultative Model and Its Principles 194  
     The Consultation Setting 196  
     The Adult Client 197  
     The Consultant 198  
     The Consultative Relationship 200  
     Consultative Skills 202  
        Reflective Practice 202  
        Problem-Solving 203  
        Capacity Building 205  
     Research Findings 206  
     Challenges in Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 208  
     References 209  
  Chapter 11: Applications of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Research in Policy and Practice 212  
     Introduction 212  
     Policy Agenda: Promoting Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health 213  
     Policy Agenda: Creating Mental Health Informed Systems 214  
        Support Programs for Families at Risk 216  
        Incorporating Mental Health Perspectives in Policy Decisions 218  
     Policy Agenda: Establishing Prevention Programs 219  
     Policy Agenda: Training Professionals 221  
     Policy Agenda: Incorporating Diversity-Informed Tenets 222  
     Conclusions and Recommendations for Policymakers, Researchers and Practitioners 223  
     References 225  
  Index 228  


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