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JurnalDevelopment and Psychopathology vol. 29 no. 2 (May 2017)
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0954-5794    Year:: 2017    Bulan: 05    Edisi: Mei 2017    
Penerbit: Cambridge University Press
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  1. Attachment States Of Mind And Inferred Childhood Experiences In Maltreated And Comparison Adolescents From Low-Income Families, halaman 337-345
  2. Childhood Abuse and Neglect and Insecure Attachment States of Mind in Adulthood: Prospective, Longitudinal Evidence from a High-Risk Sample, halaman 347-363
  3. Attachment States of Mind among Internationally Adoptive and Foster Parents, halaman 365-378
  4. Preoccupied but Not Dismissing Attachment States of Mind Are Associated with Non suicidal Self-Injury, halaman 379-388
  5. Attachment in Young Children With Incarcerated Fathers, halaman 389-404
  6. Atypical Dimensions of Caregiver–Adolescent Interaction in an Economically Disadvantaged Sample, halaman 405-416
  7. A Process Model of the Implications of Spillover from Coparenting Conflicts Into The Parent–Child Attachment Relationship In Adolescence, halaman 417-431
  8. New Insight on Intergenerational Attachment from a Relationship-Based Analysis, halaman 433-448
  9. Poverty, Early Care, and Stress Reactivity in Adolescence: Findings from a Prospective, Longitudinal Study in South Africa, halaman 449-464
  10. Brain Activity and Infant Attachment History in Young Men during Loss and Reward Processing, halaman 465-476
  11. Caregiver Maltreatment Causes Altered Neuronal DNA Methylation in Female Rodents, halaman 477-489
  12. Methylation Matters: FK506 Binding Protein 51 (FKBP5) Methylation Moderates the Associations of FKBP5 Genotype and Resistant Attachment With Stress Regulation, halaman 491-503
  13. Insensitive Parenting May Accelerate the Development of the Amygdala–Medial Prefrontal Cortex Circuit, halaman 505-518
  14. Positive Valence Bias and Parent–Child Relationship Security Moderate the Association between Early Institutional Caregiving and Internalizing Symptoms, halaman 519-533
  15. Parent–Child Intervention Decreases Stress and Increases Maternal Brain Activity and Connectivity During Own Baby-Cry: An Exploratory Study, halaman 535-553
  16. Proof of Concept of a Mind–Mindedness Intervention for Mothers Hospitalized for Severe Mental Illness, halaman 555-564
  17. Testing the limits: Extending attachment-based intervention effects to infant cognitive outcome and parental stress, halaman 565-574
  18. Enhancing executive functioning among toddlers in foster care with an attachment-based intervention, halaman 575-586
  19. Attachment Security Mediates the Longitudinal Association between Child–Parent Psychotherapy and Peer Relations for Toddlers of Depressed Mothers, halaman 587-600
  20. Developmental Cascade Effects of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Mothers: Longitudinal Associations with Toddler Attachment, Temperament, and Maternal Parenting Efficacy, halaman 601-615
  21. Mothering from the Inside Out: Results of a Second Randomized Clinical Trial Testing a Mentalization-Based Intervention for Mothers in Addiction Treatment, halaman 617-636
  22. Assessing a Change Mechanism in a Randomized Home-Visiting Trial: Reducing Disrupted Maternal Communication Decreases Infant Disorganization, halaman 637-649
  23. Circle of Security–Parenting: a Randomized Controlled Trial in Head Start, halaman 651-673
  24. Signs of Reactive Attachment Disorder and Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder at Age 12 Years: Effects of Institutional Care History and High-Quality Foster Care, halaman 675-684

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