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Culture and infancy : variations in the human experience / edited by P. Herbert Leiderman, Steven R. Tulkin, Anne Rosenfeld.

; Tulkin, Steven R ; Rosenfeld, Anne H ; Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
New York : Academic Press, 1977.
ISBN 0124420508

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Other Authors Leiderman, P. Herbert.
Rosenfeld, Anne H.
Tulkin, Steven R.
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
Subjects Child Development -- Congresses.
Child development -- Congresses.
Child development.
Child psychology -- Cross-cultural studies -- Congresses.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Congresses.
Enfants -- Développement -- Congrès.
Enfants -- Psychologie -- Études transculturelles -- Congrès.
Mère et enfant -- Congrès.
Mères et enfants -- Études transculturelles -- Congrès.
Mother and child -- Cross-cultural studies -- Congresses.
Ontwikkeling (psychologie)
Socialisatie (sociale wetenschappen)
Socialisation -- Congrès.
Socialization -- Congresses.
Series Child psychology series.
Description xvii, 615 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1977.
Notes Based on a conference held June 1973, sponsored by Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Overview of cultural influences in infancy / P. Herbert Leiderman, Steven R. Tulkin and Anne Rosenfeld -- Child rearing as cultural adaptation / Robert A. LeVine -- A model for psychocultural research / John W.M. Whiting -- Attachment theory and its utility in cross-cultural research / Mary D. Salter Ainsworth -- Evolution of human behavior development / Melvin Konner -- Infant development and mother-infant interaction among Ganda and American families / Mary D. Salter Ainsworth -- Implications of infant development among the Mayan Indians of Mexico / T. Berry Brazelton -- Biological, cultural, and social determinants of nutritional status / H.H. Draper -- Infant development and mother-infant interaction in urban Zambia / Susan Goldberg -- Mothers' speech and the early development of vocal behavior : findings from a cross-cultural observation study in Israel / Charles W. Greenbaum and Rivka Landau -- The uses of cross-cultural research in early development / Jerome Kagan -- Infancy among the Kalahari Desert San / Melvin Konner -- Variance and invariance in the mother-infant interaction : a cross-cultural study / Michael Lewis and Peggy Ban -- Biological variations and cultural diversity : an exploratory study / Peter H. Wolff -- Relationship of infant/caretaker interaction, social class, and nutritional status to developmental test performance among Guatemalan infants / Robert E. Klein [and others] -- Economic change and infant care in an East African agricultural community / P. Herbert Leiderman and Gloria F. Leiderman -- Relations between maternal attitudes and maternal behavior as a function of social class / Howard A. Moss and Sandra J. Jones -- An ecological study of infant development in an urban setting in Britain / M.P.M. Richards -- Social class differences in maternal and infant behavior / Steven R. Tulkin -- Mother-infant interaction and development in infancy / Leon J. Yarrow, Frank A. Pedersen and Judith Rubenstein -- Dimensions of multicultural research in infancy and early childhood / Steven R. Tulkin -- Ethics, politics, and multicultural research / Susan Goldberg -- Looking toward the future / P. Herbert Leiderman, Steven R. Tulkin and Anne Rosenfeld.
Production Credits Based on an interdisciplinary conference held in June 1973 at Burg Wartenstein, Austria, under the sponsorship of the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2798182
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