T. Berry Brazelton

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BACKGROUND Previous literature suggests an association between organochlorines and behavioral measures in childhood, including inattention. OBJECTIVE This study was designed to assess whether prenatal organochlorine exposure is associated with measures of attention in early infancy. METHODS We investigated an association between cord serum(More)
The procedures for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Network Neurobehavioral Scale includes a brief background, description of the examination, key concepts, a summary of the procedures, and order of administration of the items described in "packages," information about the testing kit, scoring issues, and summary scores. This is followed by presentation of(More)
  • Jodi Whiteman, Nancy L Seibel, Jennifer Moon, Li, Deborah Eckbreth, Matthew E Melmed +48 others
  • 2014
This issue of Zero to Three focuses on the work of the federally funded National Quality Improvement Center on Early Childhood (QIC-EC) which supported four research and demonstration projects that tested new approaches to preventing child maltreatment of very young children. The authors are from the Children's Bureau, which funded the work; The Center for(More)
  • Jennifer Moon, Li Production, Anne Brophy, Michelle Martineau Green, Richard Cohen, Ann Pleshette +45 others
  • 2008
F or decades, students of early childhood development learned about the egocentric nature of the young mind. Theories of early cognitive development characterized young children as incapable of taking another's perspective and unable to separate their own beliefs, thoughts, and ideas from others. Over the past 10 years, however, researchers have gained(More)
  • Spectrum Disorders—stanley, I Greenspan, Wieder, Osnat B Teitelbaum, Joshua Fryman, Ralph Maurer +60 others
  • 2002
Differences in Affect Cuing: A window for the identification of risk patterns for 23 autism spectrum disorders in the first year of life—Stanley Traditionally, autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) have been thought of in two ways. One is as a unitary syndrome with different types of " treatments " for the syndrome. The other is as a number of different (though(More)
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