Why We Think We Can Make Things Better with Evidence-Based Practice: Theoretical and Developmental Context

@inproceedings{Timmer2014WhyWT,
  title={Why We Think We Can Make Things Better with Evidence-Based Practice: Theoretical and Developmental Context},
  author={Susan Goff Timmer and Anthony J. Urquiza},
  year={2014}
}
More than 20 years ago, Cicchetti and Lynch (Psychiatry 56:96–118, 1993) developed a theory to explain how child maltreatment could have such a potent effect on children’s development: the ecological-transactional model of development. Ecological-transactional theory is founded on an understanding that different qualities of children’s environments—their cultural environments, social resources, family environments, and individual differences all combine to shape the way children respond to the… CONTINUE READING

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