By Maurice A. Feldman
Chapter 1 Effectiveness of Early Intervention for susceptible young ones: A Developmental viewpoint (pages 8–50): Michael J. Guralnick
Chapter 2 utilizing the Findings of Developmental Psychology to enhance Early adolescence Intervention (pages 54–74): Edward Zigler and Sally J. Styfco
Chapter three chronic results of Early early life schooling on High?Risk little ones and their moms (pages 75–103): Craig T. Ramey, Frances A. Campbell, Margaret Burchinal, Martie L. Skinner, David M. Gardner and Sharon L. Ramey
Chapter four Day?Care Participation as a protecting consider the Cognitive improvement of Low?Income young ones (pages 105–128): Margaret O'Brien Caughy, Janet A. DiPietro and Donna M. Strobino
Chapter five The Effectiveness of Early Intervention: interpreting hazard elements and Pathways to greater improvement (pages 134–150): Lisa J. Berlin, Jeanne Brooks?Gunn, Cecelia McCarton and Marie C. McCormick
Chapter 6 Randomized Trial of in depth Early Intervention for kids with Pervasive Developmental affliction (pages 153–182): Tristram Smith, Annette D. Groen and Jacqueline W. Wynn
Chapter 7 Effectiveness of Home?Based Early Intervention at the Language improvement of youngsters of moms with psychological Retardation (pages 188–211): Maurice A. Feldman, Bruce Sparks and Laurie Case
Chapter eight results of Early Intervention on Psychiatric indicators of teens in Low?Risk and High?Risk households (pages 214–235): Eeva T. Aronen and Terttu Arajarvi
Chapter nine Long?Term results of nurse domestic Visitation on kid's legal and delinquent habit: Fifteen?Year Follow?Up of a Randomized managed Trial (pages 238–256): David Olds, Charles R. Henderson, Robert Cole, John Eckenrode, Harriet Kitzman, Dennis Luckey, Lisa Pettitt, Kimberly Sidora, Pamela Morris and Jane Powers
Chapter 10 Revisiting “Rethinking Early Intervention” (pages 262–284): Carl J. Dunst
Chapter eleven The impact of Early Intervention companies on Maternal Well?Being (pages 285–310): Marji Erickson Warfield, Penny Hauser?Cram, Marty Wyngaarden Krauss, Jack P. Shonkoff and Carole C. Upshur
Chapter 12 kinfolk Predictors of Maternal and Paternal Involvement in courses for kids with Disabilities (pages 311–338): Susana Gavidia?Payne and Zolinda Stoneman
Chapter thirteen end: the way forward for Early Intervention learn and perform (pages 341–346): Maurice A. Feldman
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