Neuroimaging is continuously advancing at a rapid rate and has progressed from excluding relatively uncommon secondary causes (stroke, tumor) to assisting with early diagnosis and subtype of dementia. Structural imaging has given way to functional, metabolic and receptor imaging.
Previous research on infant temperament has implicated a variety of prenatal and perinatal conditions, but most studies have investigated a single source of infant variability. This study examined the impact of several prenatal and perinatal factors on infant outcome according to a conceptual system of hypothetical models of influence. Seventy-five couples… (More)