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JurnalDevelopment and Psychopathology vol. 23 no. 1 (Feb. 2011)
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0954-5794    Year:: 2011    Bulan: 02    Edisi: Feb 2011    
Penerbit: Cambridge University Press
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  1. Differential Susceptibility to the Environment: Toward an Understanding of Sensitivity to Developmental Experiences and Context, halaman 1-5
  2. Differential Susceptibility to the Environment: An Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Theory , halaman 7-28
  3. Prenatal Programming of Postnatal Plasticity?, halaman 29-38
  4. Differential Susceptibility to Rearing Environment Depending on Dopamine-Related Genes: New Evidence and a Meta-Analysis, halaman 39-52
  5. Heritability of Children's Prosocial Behavior and Differential Susceptibility to Parenting by Variation in the Dopamine Receptor D4 Gene, halaman 53-67
  6. Reported Early Family Environment Covaries with Menarcheal Age as a Function of Polymorphic Variation in Estrogen Receptor-a, halaman 69-83
  7. Quality of Early Family Relationship and the Timing and Tempo of Puberty: Effects Depend on Biological Sensitvity to Context, halaman 85-99
  8. The Interactive Effect of Marital Conflict and Stress Reactivity on Externalizing and Internalizing Symptoms: The Role of Laboratory Stressors, halaman 101-114
  9. Hippocampal Volume and Sensitivity to Maternal Aggressive Behavior: A Prospective Study of Adolescent Depressive Symptoms, halaman 115-129
  10. Enhancing Infant Attachment Security: An Examinantion of Treatment Efficacy and Differential Susceptibility, halaman 131-148
  11. Biological Sensitivity to Context Moderates the Effects of the Early Teacher-Child Relationship on the Development of Mental Health by Adolesence, halaman 149-161
  12. Brain and Personality Bases of Insensitivity to Infant Cues in Neglectful Mothers: An Event-Related Potential Study, halaman 163-176
  13. Emerging Self-Regulation in Toddlers born Preterm or Low Birth Weight: Differential Susceptibility to Parenting?, halaman 177-193
  14. Efficacy of Home-Visiting Intervention Aimed at Improving Maternal Sensitivity, Child Attachment, and Behavioral Outcomes for Maltreated Children: A Randomized Control Trial, halaman 195-210
  15. Relationship of Maternal Negative Moods to Child Emotion Regulation During Family Interaction, halaman 211-223
  16. Reciprocal Relations Between Parents' Physical Discpline and Children's Externalizing Behavior During Middle Childhood and Adolescence, halaman 225-338
  17. Child and Context Characteristic in Trajectories of Physical and Relational Victimization Among Early Elemenatry School Children, halaman 239-252
  18. Individual Differences in the Development of Early Peer Aggression: Integrating Contributions of Self-Regulation, Theory of Mind, and Parenting , halaman 253-266
  19. Early Adolescents' Temperament, Emotion Regulation During Mother-Child Interaction, and Depressive Symptomatology, halaman 267-282
  20. Subgenual Anterior Cingulate Responses to Peer Rejection: A Marker of Adolescents' Risk for Depression, halaman 283-292
  21. Exposure to Peer Deliquency as A Mediator Between Self-Report Pubertal Timing and Delinquency: A Longitudinal Study of Mediation, halaman 293-304
  22. Identity Disturbance in Adolescence: Association with Borderline Personality Disorder, halaman 305-313
  23. Longitudinal Predictors of Adult Socioeconomic Attainment: The Roles of Socioeconomic Status, Academic Competence, and Mental Health, halaman 315-324
  24. Changes in Women's Alcoholic, Antisocial, and Depressive Symptomatology Over 12 Years: A Multilevel Network of Individual, Familial, and Neighborhood Influences, halaman 325-337
  25. Gyrification and Neural Connectivity in Schizphrenia, halaman 339-352

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