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EPSY 5133: Infant and Child Development: Required Readings

Useful library information for EPSY 5133, Infant and Child Development, Cynthia A. Frosch, PhD, IMH-E

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Required Readings for EPSY 5133

Tuning In:  Zero to Three’s National Parent Survey

State Baby Facts:  Read About Texas + Two More States (student choice)
Hughes, V. (2014).  Epigentics: The sins of the father.  Nature/News Feature.
Eiden, R. D., Godleski, S., Schuetze, P., & Colder, C. R. (2015).  Prenatal substance exposure and child self-regulation:  Pathways to risk and protection. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 137, 12-29.
Environmental Working Group (2005).  Body burden: The pollution in newborns.

Reisz, S., Jacobvitz, D., & George, C. (2015).  Birth and motherhood:  Childbirth experience and mothers’ perceptions of themselves and their babies.  Infant Mental Health Journal, 36, 167-178.
Cox, M. J., & Paley, B. (2003).  Understanding families as systems.  Current Directions in Psychological Sciences, 12, 193-196. 

Siegel, D.J.  (2012). The developing mind: How relationships and the brain interact to shape who we are, 2nd ed.  Chapter 1.  New York:  Guilford Publications.
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child - Key Concepts:  Brain Architecture
McHale, S. M., Dotterer, A., & Kim, J.-Y. (2009). An Ecological Perspective on the Media and Youth Development. The American Behavioral Scientist, 52(8), 1186–1203.
DeLoache, J., & Gottlieb, A. (2000).  A world of babies: Imagined childcare guides for seven societies (pp. 1-28).  Cambridge University Press.
Tamis-LeMonda, C. S., Kuchirko, Y., & Song, L. (2014).  Why is infant language learning facilitated by parental responsiveness?  Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23, 121-126.
Bernier, A., Calkins, S. D., & Bell, M. A. (2016). Longitudinal associations between the quality of mother-infant interactions and brain development across infancy.  Child Development, 87, 1159-1174.
Fraiberg, S., Adelson, E., & Shapiro, V. (1975) Ghosts in the nursery: A psychoanalytic approach to the problems of impaired infant-mother relationships. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 14, 387-421.

Adolph, K. E., Cole, W. G., Meghana, K., Garciaguirre, J. S., Badaly, D., Lingeman, J. M., Chan, G. L. Y., & Sotsky, R. B.  (2012).  How do you learn to walk? Thousands of steps and dozens of falls per day.  Psychological Science, 23, 1387-1394. 
DeLoache, J. S., Chiong, C., Sherman, K., Islam, N., Vanderborght, M., Troseth, G. L., Strouse, G. A., & O’Doherty, K. (2010).  Do babies learn from baby media? Psychological Science, 21, 1570-1574
Volkmar, F. R., & Reichow, B. (2013).  Infants and toddlers with autism: The promise and the challenges.  International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16(1), 11-14. doi:10.3109/17549507.2013.862859.
LoBue, V., & DeLoache, J. S. (2011).  Pretty in pink: The early development of gender-stereotyped colour preferences.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29, 656-667. 
Lillard, A. S., Lerner, M. D., Hopkins, E. J., Dore, R. A., Smith, E. D., & Palmquist, C. M. (2013).  The impact of pretend play on children’s development:  A review of the evidence. Psychological Bulletin, 139, 1-34.   
Lillard et al. (2013).  Concepts and theories, methods and reasons:  Why do the children (pretend) play?  Reply to Weisberg, Hirsh-Pasek, and Golinkoff (2013); Bergen (2013); and Walker and Gopnik (2013).  Psychological Bulletin, 139, 49-52.
Leong, D. J., & Bodrova, E. (2012).  Assessing and scaffolding make believe play.  Young Children, 28-34.
Manaster, H., & Jobe, (2012).  Bringing boys and girls together:  Supporting preschoolers’ positive peer relationships.  Young Children, November, 12-17.  
Penela, E. C., Walker, O. L., Degnan, K. A., Fox, N. A., & Henderson, H. A. (2015).  Early behavioral inhibition and emotion regulation:  Pathways toward social competence in middle childhood.  Child Development, 86, 1227-1240.  
Black, D. d., & Fernando, R. (2014). Mindfulness Training and Classroom Behavior Among Lower-Income and Ethnic Minority Elementary School Children. Journal Of Child & Family Studies, 23(7), 1242-1246.
Hoffman, K. T., Marvin, R. S., Cooper, G., & Powell, B. (2006).  Changing toddlers' and preschoolers' attachment classifications: The circle of security intervention.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 1017-1026.
Campbell, F. A., Pungello, E. P., Burchinal, M., Kainz, K., Pan, Y., Washik, B. H., & …Ramey, C. T. (2012).  Adult outcomes as a function of and early childhood educational program:  An Abecedarian Project follow-up.  Developmental Psychology, 48, 1033-1043.

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