By Dante Cicchetti, Elaine F. Walker
Highlighting the significance of medical development in knowing the neurodevelopmental origins of psychopathology, this research offers the paintings of a few of the main gifted researchers within the box. Its chapters illustrate the interactional techniques that represent the genesis and maturation of the mind. They show how constitutional vulnerability to psychological illness can come up from the interaction of a number of elements. Dante Cicchetti and Elaine Walker supply precious views for the pursuit of additional study.
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The Environmental Context and Conditions Most Related to the Exposure. Sample selection issues and considering the environmental context related to the exposure are closely related issues and particularly important in the human model. In animal models, cross-fostering designs are available to sort through a direct effect of the teratogen on infant behavior versus an indirect effect through alterations in maternal behavior (Vorhees, 1986b; Vorhees & Butcher, 1982). But these models are not available experimentally in studies of humans where often the teratogenic agent may be a marker for particularly compromised environmental conditions that impact how adults are able to care for the infant postnatally.
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