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Sleep-wake disturbances and quality of life in patients with advanced lung cancer.
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To examine the scope and severity of subjective sleep-wake disturbances in patients with lung cancer and compare them to a group of healthy adults who were similar in age, gender,Expand
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Origins of language delay in abused infants.
This paper presents a reanalysis of data collected in a study of abusing mother-infant pairs, emphasizing the failure of infants with a history of physical abuse to develop appropriate languageExpand
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At-risk toddlers and their mothers: the special case of physical handicap.
Previous studies of school-aged children with physical handicaps indicate passivity, inhibition, and deficits in cognitive-linguistic functioning, sometimes interpreted as consequent to parent-childExpand
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Going beyond abuse: maladaptive patterns of interaction in abusing mother-infant pairs.
Twelve abusing and 12 control mother-infant pairs, matched for infant age, sex, race, and socioeconomic status were videotaped during free play. Standardized coding revealed differences in theExpand
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Maternal withdrawal from handicapped toddlers.
  • G. Wasserman, R. Allen
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
  • 1 May 1985
Videotaped observations of the free-play interaction of mothers and (a) 12 physically handicapped, (b) 14 premature and (c) nine healthy 2-year-olds were evaluated. Mothers of handicapped toddlersExpand
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Productive language of premature and physically handicapped two-year-olds.
Structural and functional features of the productive language of healthy and at-risk 2-yr-olds were compared. Subjects were normal, full-term toddlers (n = 15), toddlers with either cosmetic orExpand
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Children with congenital anomalies: the preschool period.
To address a gap regarding the development of preschool children with physical congenital anomalies and the adaptational responses of their caretakers, 37 children with anomalies and 44 controlExpand
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Interactions between abused infants and strangers.
Abstract Twelve infants abused by their mothers were observed in interaction with mothers and with strangers, as were 12 matched control subjects. Standardized coding of interaction examined infantExpand
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Limit setting in mothers of toddlers with physical anomalies.
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Contributors to attachment in normal and physically handicapped infants.
Abstract To assess whether contributors to attachment security vary with infant risk, this study examined contributors to attachment in normal infants and in those born with physical handicaps.Expand
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