• • VOLUME 39 NUMBER 2 MARCH–APRIL 2018 INFANT MENTAL HEALTH JOURNAL ARTICLES Predictors of Self-Reported Gains in a Relationship-Based Home-Visiting Project for Mothers After Childbirth MARSHA KAITZ, MIRIAM CHRIKI, NAOMI TESSLER, AND JUDITH LEVY 123 Maternal Depression and the Development of Executive Function and Behavior Problems in Head Start: Indirect Effects Through Parenting CLAIRE E. BAKER 134 Early Parenting Support and Information: A Consumer Perspective ALINA MORAWSKA, KATE WESTON, AND COURTNEY BOWD 145 Development of The Parent-Child Play Scale for Use in Children with Feeding Disorders IRENE CHATOOR, SUSANNE HOMMEL, CRISTINA SECHI, AND LOREDANA LUCARELLI 153 Early Regulation in Children Who are Later Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A Longitudinal Study Within the Danish National Birth Cohort SANNE LEMCKE, ERIK T. PARNER, MERETE BJERRUM, PER H. THOMSEN, AND MARLENE B. LAURITSEN 170 Temperamental Adaptability, Persistence, and Regularity: Parental Ratings of Norwegian Infants Aged 6 to 12 Months, with some Implications for Preventive Practice ˚ • KARE S. OLAFSEN, STEIN ERIK ULVUND, ANNE MARI TORGERSEN, TORE WENTZEL-LARSEN, LARS SMITH, AND VIBEKE MOE 183 Postpartum Bonding Difﬁculties and Adult Attachment Styles: The Mediating Role of Postpartum Depression and Childbirth-Related PTSD ILANA S. HAIRSTON, JONATHAN E. HANDELZALTS, CHEN ASSIS, AND MICHAL
Infant Mental Health Journal – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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