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Attractive Faces Are Only Average
Scientists and philosophers have searched for centuries for a parsimonious answer to the question of what constitutes beauty. We approached this problem from both an evolutionary andExpand
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Parent Involvement in Early Childhood Home Visiting
This review provides an overview of an important aspect of early childhood home visiting research: understanding how parents are involved in program services and activities. Involvement is defined asExpand
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Parenting Interactions with Children: Checklist of Observations Linked to Outcomes (PICCOLO) in Diverse Ethnic Groups
Parenting interactions are important for children's early development, but existing observational measures of parenting are often difficult for practitioners to use in their work with parents andExpand
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Sexual Selection, Physical Attractiveness, and Facial Neoteny: Cross-cultural Evidence and Implications [and Comments and Reply]
L'attirance physique et sa relation a la theorie de la selection sexuelle meritent une attention renouvelee de la part des anthropologues culturels et biologiques. L'A. s'interesse a une anomalieExpand
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Modeling the Dynamics of Paternal Influences on Children Over the Life Course
Modeling the Dynamics of Paternal Influences on Children over the Life Course Is a heuristic model, which identifies sets of variables that predict father involvement, variables that interact toExpand
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Who Drops Out of Early Head Start Home Visiting Programs?
Research Findings: Early Head Start home-based programs provide services through weekly home visits to families with children up to age 3, but families vary in how long they remain enrolled. In thisExpand
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Infant preferences for attractive faces: Rudiments of a stereotype?
Deux experiences etudient aupres d'enfants âges de 2 a 3 mois et de 6 a 8 mois les preferences envers des visages de femmes dont le caractere attractif a ete evalue par des adultes
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What Is Average and What Is Not Average About Attractive Faces?
We reported in this journal (Langlois & Roggman, 1990) findings showing that attractive faces are those that represent the mathematical average of faces in a population These findings were intriguingExpand
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Stress, maternal depression, and negative mother–infant interactions in relation to infant attachment
This research examined factors contributing to infant attachment security such as stressful events, maternal depression, negative parent- infant interactions, and spanking. The sample included 169Expand
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The Ecology of Father‐Child Relationships: An Expanded Model
We expand our 2007 heuristic model of father involvement using recent research on the dynamic and reciprocal processes by which fathers influence children's development over time. Based on newExpand
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