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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 1 2004: At-risk children from birth to elementary school age

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 1 2004: At-risk children from birth to elementary school age

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is At-risk children from birth to elementary school age: Research findings and reflections on intervention from an international perspective.


 

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Editorial

Growing up in poverty as a developmental risk: Challenges for early intervention
Hans Weiss

The development of at-risk children in early life
Manfred Laucht, Martin H. Schmidt and Günter Esser

Conceptualising risk in relational terms: Associations between the quality of child-adult realtionships prior to school entry and children's development outcomes in first grade
Robert C. Pianta and Megan W. Stuhlman

The contribution of attachment theory to early and preventive intervention and to professional training
Ute Ziegenhain

Successful application of a dynamic assessment procedure with deaf students between the ages of four and eight years
Carol S. Lidz

Age differences in patterns of spontaneous production of strategies for analogy problems among five- to eight-year-old children
Erika Tunteler and Wilma C.M. Resing

Preparing practitioners to work with families in early childhood intervention
Franz Peterander

 

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