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The early development of inferences about the visual percepts of others.
MASANGKAY, ZENAIDA S.; McCLUSKEY, KATHLEEN A.; MCINTYRE, CURTIS W.; SIMS-KNIGHT, JUDITH; VAUGHN, BRIAN E.; and FLAVELL, JOHN H. The Early Development of Inferences about the Visual Percepts ofExpand
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Attachment behavior at home and in the laboratory: Q-sort observations and strange situation classifications of one-year-olds.
This article reports Attachment Q-set data and Strange Situation classifications of 58 1-year-old middle-class infants. Security, dependency, and sociability were scored from Q-sort reports of homeExpand
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Maternal secure base scripts, children's attachment security, and mother – child narrative styles
Abstract This paper reports the results of a study examining links between maternal representations of attachment, child attachment security, and mother and child narrative styles assessed in theExpand
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Social competence, social support, and attachment: demarcation of construct domains, measurement, and paths of influence for preschool children attending Head Start.
Two studies designed to (1) explore measurement issues for the construct domains of social competence and social support and (2) test a model relating social competence to social support and toExpand
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The attachment script representation procedure in an Italian sample: Associations with adult attachment Interview scales and with maternal sensitivity
Abstract This study provides data supporting the reliability and validity of an Italian version of the adult attachment script representation task, designed by Waters & Rodrigues-Doolabh (2004).Expand
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Caregiving antecedents of secure base script knowledge: a comparative analysis of young adult attachment representations.
Based on a subsample (N = 673) of the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development (SECCYD) cohort, this article reports data from a follow-up assessment at age 18 years on the antecedentsExpand
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Relations among sustained engagement during play, quality of play, and mother-child interaction in samples of children with down syndrome and normally developing toddlers
Thirty-three children with Down syndrome (DS), whose developmental ages (DA) ranged from 17 to 44 months, and 39 normally developing (ND) children, whose DA levels were approximately equivalent, wereExpand
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Negative Interactions and Social Competence for Preschool Children in Two Samples: Reconsidering the Interpretation of Aggressive Behavior for Young Children
Two samples of preschool children (471 attending Head Start, 472 in a community sample) were observed with regard to their initiations of negative interactions. Scores for three dimensions ofExpand
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Preschool children's mental representations of attachment: antecedents in their secure base behaviors and maternal attachment scripts
This study examined the antecedents of preschool age children's mental representations of attachment, assessed using the Attachment Story Completion Task (ASCT). Antecedent predictors were maternalExpand
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