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Child Care and Culture: Lessons from Africa
A comparative study of child care in subsaharan Africa and early child development in an African context: Comparative lessons is presented.
The Cultural psychology of development : one mind, many mentalities
The discipline called “cultural psychology” has been experiencing a major revival since the early 1980s. The aim of cultural psychology is to document historical and cross-cultural diversity in the
Fusion of NUP214 to ABL1 on amplified episomes in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia
The extrachromosomal (episomal) amplification of ABL1 in 5 of 90 individuals with T-ALL, an aberration that is not detectable by conventional cytogenetics, is described and a previously undescribed mechanism for activation of tyrosine kinases in cancer: the formation of episomes resulting in a fusion between NUP214 and A BL1 is identified.
Acupuncture versus venlafaxine for the management of vasomotor symptoms in patients with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer: a randomized controlled trial.
Acupuncture appears to be equivalent to drug therapy in menopausal women and is a safe, effective and durable treatment for vasomotor symptoms secondary to long-term antiestrogen hormone use in patients with breast cancer.
Human parental care: Universal goals, cultural strategies, individual behavior
Parents seek to promote the survival and success of their offspring, but their behavior is adapted to the socioeconomic and demographic conditions of agrarian and urban-industrial societies and
Ethnographic Studies of Childhood: A Historical Overview
In this article, I briefly survey the ethnographic research literature on childhood in the 20th century, beginning with the social and intellectual contexts for discussions of childhood at the turn
Cultural and Educational Variations in Maternal Responsiveness
Maternal responsiveness is usually associated to varied forms of behavior contingent on a variety of infant signals. This article on cultural and educational variations in maternal responsiveness
Love and Marriage in Eleven Cultures
College students from secondary population centers in India, Pakistan, Thailand, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, England, and the United States were asked to rate the