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Title Infants, toddlers, and families in poverty : research implications for early child care / edited by Samuel L. Odom, Elizabeth P. Pungello, Nicole Gardner-Neblett
Published New York, NY : Guilford Press, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 382 pages) : illustrations
Contents Introduction -- Poor and low family incomes, infant/toddler development and the prospects for change : back to the future / Lawrence Aber -- Cognitive development -- The development of attention in infancy and early childhood : implications for early childhood and early intervention / John Colombo, Kathleen N. Kannass, Dale Walker, & Caitlin C. Brez -- Facilitating learning and memory in infants and young children : mechanisms and methods / Patricia J. Bauer -- Language development -- How babies talk : six principles of early language development / Kathy Hirsh-Pasek & Roberta Michnick Golinkoff -- Bilingual language learners / Erika Hoff & Silvia Place -- Social-emotional development -- The development of self-regulation in infancy and early childhood : an organizing framework for the design and evaluation of early care and education programs for children in poverty / Clancy Blair, Daniel J. Berry, & Allison H. Friedman -- Temperament as a tool in promoting early childhood development / John E. Bates -- Leveraging attachment research to re-vision infant/toddler care for poor families / Lisa J. Berlin -- Health and physical development -- Nutrition and physical activity / Robert C. Whitaker & Rachel A. Gooze -- Impact of early childhood on health throughout the lifespan / Barry S. Zuckerman -- Implications for families -- An ecological view of the socialization process of latino children / Natasha J. Cabrera -- Infant/toddler care and high-risk families: quality services for "omitted" children / Brenda Jones Harden, Colleen Monahan, & Meryl Yoches -- Infant/toddler care and education -- Beginnings of school readiness in infant/toddler development : evidence from early head start / John M. Love, Rachel Chazan-Cohen, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Helen Raikes, Cheri A. Vogel, & Ellen Eliason Kisker -- Research-based approaches for individualizing caregiving and educational interventions for infants and toddlers in poverty / Judith J. Carta, Charles Greenwood, Kathleen Baggett, Jay Buzhardt, & Dale Walker -- Translating contemporary developmental and health science : designing an early -- Index
Summary Identifying factors related to poverty that affect infants, toddlers, and their families, this book describes promising early child care and intervention practices specifically tailored to these children and families' needs. Leading authorities from multiple disciplines present cutting-edge research and discuss the implications for practice and policy. Contributors review salient findings on attention, memory, language, self-regulation, attachment, physical health, family processes, and culture. The book considers the strengths and limitations of existing early intervention services for diverse populations and explores workable ways to improve them
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Child Welfare.
Child welfare -- United States.
Early childhood education -- United States.
Infants -- Services for -- United States
Poor families -- United States.
Toddlers -- Services for -- United States
Child welfare.
Early childhood education.
Infants -- Services for.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
Poor families.
Toddlers -- Services for.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Gardner-Neblett, Nicole.
Odom, Samuel L.
Pungello, Elizabeth Puhn.
ISBN 1283598248